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Windsurfing in Poland

Windsurfing in the coast
The Hel Peninsula is a permanent for seasonal trips among fans of windsurfing. Extensive shoals of the Puck Bay, regular western winds blowing alongside the coast, a sandy bottom, clear weater which quickly warms up and proper surge provide perfect conditions for both beginner and advancved windsurfers. But if you want to avoid crowds at the Hel Peninsula, you can find similar comditions in the surroundings of Swinoujscie, Dziwnow and Miedzyzdroje.

Windsurfing at the mountain lake.
An alternative for windsurfers who don’t like the seasonally crowded Coast are Polish Lakes, countlessly scattered around the country. Windsurfing fans from the southern parts of Poland can do their favourite sport at lakes located at the south of the country without having to conquer hundreds of kiometers. The most atractive water area, considered the centre of windsurfing in southern Poland is the Rybnicki Lagoon. In this part of Poland, the windsurfing season is longer than anywhere else – from April to October. The hours spent on the board at the Rybnicki Lagoon will give you plenty pleasure, because the temperature never drops below 15 Celsius degrees. You can also surf in the mountains at another artificial water area – Lake Roznowskie, which was created after building a dam at the Dunjec. Every windsurfing fan is guaranteed to find their perfect place for water madness on their board.

Windsurfing at the Mazurskie Lake District
Windsurfing fans can’t stop appreciating the conditions offered by the Mazurskie Lake District. It is popular among sailors, but it can also satisfy amateurs of the board and sail. Lack of strong waves, gentle blows of wind and peace and quiet around are conditions that are sure to be appreciated by beginner windsurfers. A perfect place for beginning your adventure with the board is the village of Pisz by Lake Ros. The extensive shoal and windy coast create perfect conditions for first tries in windsurfing.

Windsurfing in Kujawy
The Koronowski Lagoon, as one of the most attractive lakes in Poland, guarantees unforgettable windsurfing experiences for the most die-heart fans. The water area is great for beginner surfers. But advanced windsurfers will also appreciate picturesque landscapes surrounding the Lagoon.

Widsurfing in Mazowsze
Citizens of Central don’t have to search far for water madness either. Surfing fans can go to the Zegrzynski Lagoon or the Sulejowski Lagoon, where they can always find perfect surfing conditions during the full season.

Windsurfing in the Ilawskie Lake District
Jeziorak – the longest Polish lake located in the Ilawskie Lake District, is a friendly place for windsurfing fans. And the possibility of encountering beautiful nature upgrades the qualities of this water area. Apart from windsurfing fans you can also meet kitesurfers and scuba divers at Jeziorak.

Poland provides perfect conditions for mastering your windsurfing abilities no matter where you live. All you need to test your surfing skills is a bit of willingness and a proper water area. Beginner windsurfers will appreciate the Puck Bay, Nowe Guty and Lake Sniardwy and the peaceful Jeziorak.

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