Greece or Hellas is located on the southernmost point of the Balkan Peninsula washed by three seas; the Aegean Sea, the Ionian Sea and the Mediterranean Sea. The over 2000 islands and the beauties of mainland host a unique blend of culture, spectacular nature and friendly local people. With a coastline of 13,676 kilometers spread over the archipelagos, Greece is the perfect backdrop to stage kite vacations! Beginners and experienced kiters alike will find a big variety of kite-boarding playgrounds, from butter flat water to rolling swell. Wind conditions are strong and reliable for almost all of the year. Yet, the most popular period is between mid-April and September with daytime temperatures reaching 28 to 35 °c. Kite centers are located in various locations across the country offering Greece kite surfing courses or renting the necessary equipment. Some of the best spots for kiting in Greece are the beach of Punda in Paros, Mikri Vigla in Naxos, Rhodes and the beaches all around the Peloponnesian Peninsula.