Kiteboarding and Kite surfing

The map of Kite Surfing pinpoints kite surfing locations in the UK.  The Hoylake and West Kirby area is the prime Kite surfing area of the UK.  This is the main spot for kite surfing in the UK and coincides with the Kite Centre in West Kirby.  The usual Kite Surfers tend to take off from Leasowe, Hoylake, or the West Kirby Dunes. As North Wirral has the closest views of the famous Scotland Rocks, it is a prime location for kite surfing in the UK.

Cleethorpes is another prime kite surfing spot with the Grimsby area also seeing Kite Tourists due to the strong winds that sweep through from the Irish Sea.  Cleethorpes s famous for hosting the world's biggest kite festival.  This will happen again in 2021, with an estimated 800 paid entries in the festival. Kitesurfing holidays have grown in popularity significantly over the last few years.  Funboardkiteboarding has developed whole holidays around kitesurfing, too; perfect for people that want to combine kite surfing with other activities.

Also, the Poole Harbour and Sandbanks Beach is another kite surfing location on the Isle of Wight which hosts regular kitesurfing sessions for tourists. Also,  Poole Harbour and Sandbanks Beach is a perfect location for beginners to begin their journey into kitesurfing, thanks to the shallow waters and the wide beaches.

Allonby Beach in Cumbria is a great spot for kitesurfing as well, providing the perfect place to practice new things in shallow water so that you can get your kiteboarding off to a great start.  Kitesurfing in Allonby Beach is not a lonely sport as you'll always find someone else on the water, ready and willing to give you some tips on how to make yourself more agile and get better at your kite performance.

Aberavon is another good kitesurfing beach near Swansea.  Probably the best value for money given its proximity to the city and how good this place is, but it is also close to the famous watersports spot of Swansea Bay. Other less busy spots are available near West Kirby and Baltimore.

The Watergate Bay kite surfing in the UK is  a popular spot for kitesurfing.  Its shallow, flat waters with consistent winds make it one of the best kite spots across England.  The coast has an average wind speed of 7.4 m/s with gusts of 15 knots.  The month between April and September offers ideal winds conditions for kite surfing in the area. The Watergate Bay has a  wide variety of kitesurfing spots, from flatwater to light chop, making it one of the world's top destinations for kite surfing.