Windsurfing is an exciting sport for everybody, irrespective of age and sex. No special body strength is needed as only correct technique is required.
Apart from being fun and an Olympic sport, windsurfing has also been a professional sport since 1985, as well as a demonstration and competition sport in indoor areas, where the necessary conditions are artificially created.
Since weather conditions in Greece are ideal (mild climate, suitable wind strength, etc), the sport’s popularity has increased tremendously as more and more Greeks are “playing” systematically. In fact, European and World competitions (tournaments) –some of which rank among the more important international events- are held in various parts of the country during the summer months. At many of the country’s organized beaches you have the opportunity to windsurf or take lessons given by trained instructors.

Some organized areas for Windsurfing:
Attica: the beaches of Anavissos, Varkiza, Lavrio, Loutsa, Rafina, Schinia (Marathona) and Galazia Akti (Marathona)
Cyclades Islands: on Paros (beaches Chysi Akti, Nea Chrysi Akti, Tsoukalia, Santa Maria and Pounta), on Mykonos (beaches Ftelia and Kalafatis), on Naxos (beaches Aghios Georgios and Mikri Vigla), on Ios (beach Mylopotas), on Santorini etc.
Dodecanese Islands: on Rhodes (beaches Trianda, Fanes, Prassonisi and Theologos), on Karpathos (Bay of the Devil), on Kos etc.
Patra (the Peloponnese): beaches of Drepano and Zacharo
Ionian Islands: on Lefkada (beach Vasiliki), on Zakynthos
Sporades Islands: Skiatho
Macedonia: The prefecture of Thessaloniki (beaches Aghia Triada and Nea Michaniona and Lake Volvi), Chalkidiki (Sunny Beach)