With its thousands of islands, Greece is ideal for wakeboarding, which combines surfing, snowboarding, skating and water-skiing. Wakeboarders have their own spots along the Greek beaches and every year they renew their rendevous with the waves for impressive raleys, hoochies, vulcans and tantrums.
In Greece wakeboarding can be carried out on any beach – organized or not. However, the more suitable places are:
Attica (Anavyssos, Varkiza, Lavrio, Loutsa, Galazia Akti Marathonas); Thessaloniki (Agia Triada, Volvi Lake, Nea Michaniona); Chalkis (Sunny Beach); Paros (Chrysi Akti, Nea Chrysi Akti, Tsoukalia, Santa Maria, Pounta); Naxos (Agios Georgios, Mikri Vigla); Mykonos (Ftelia, Kalafati); Ios (Mylopotas); Rhodes (Trianta, Fanes, Prassonisi, Theologo); Achaias (Drepano, Zacharo); Lefkada (Vasiliki); Karpathos (Ormos tou Diavolou); Irakleion (Ammoudara); Skiathos; Kos; Zakynthos; and Santorini.
There are also private and public clubs throughout Greece that teach windsurfing and skiing, while many also give wakeboarding lessons.