Flag Beach is located in the far north of Fuerteventura. This beach marks the beginning of nearly 7 kilometers of pristine white sand, about half of which is marked off for kitesurfing. The wind blows 15-20 knots cross-shore during the high season, which makes for favourable learning conditions. The kiteboarding season runs from March until November (though it's still possible to kite during the winter months, the conditions can get pretty wild with strong unreliable wind and big waves). During the peak season, the most common kite sizes are 9 and 12 meters (for average weight riders). During the summer months, you most likely won't need a wetsuit (though some do still choose to wear a shorty). However, the autumn and early spring months can be somewhat cooler, so expect to wear a full wetsuit (2/3/4mm).
The Canary Islands are known for their beautiful beaches, warm weather, and easy-going way of life; Fuerteventura in particular has a worldwide reputation for its stellar kitesurfing conditions. Surfers, windsurfers, sailers, and kitesurfers make their way to this little island to take advantage of the world-class wind and spacious, sandy beaches. Water sports aside, Fuerteventura is a popular holiday destination for world travelers who value sun, sea, tasty food, and beautiful nature.
Touted by previous guests as being one of Corralejo's best places to stay, the Sol Y Mar Surf Hostel sits between the surf washed shores of Corralejo Beach and the vibrant streets of the old town. Located in a beautiful, cultural, and fun-loving island setting and with a world class kitesurfing beach within arm's reach, this experience will hit the spot for traveler's who value a mix of sun, surf, and socialising.
The surf hostel is located just 5 kilometers away from the legendary kite spot, Flag Beach. Renowned for its white sand and spacious beach area, Flag Beach is a great spot for beginners to make their first steps in the world of kiteboarding. It's also a favourite spot for intermediate and advanced riders thanks to the reliable wind and varied water conditions- there's even some nice waves for the surfer's among you. There are plenty of club facilities here, so you'll have access to all you need in terms of gear, storage, and lessons.
Fuerteventura is filled with adventure potential; hiking, biking, diving, surfing, windsurfing, and kiteboarding are all on the menu here. Bicycle rentals are available at the surf hostel, and there's extra storage space provided for surfboards and kite gear. The host also knows all the right people in town to hook you up with the best diving and surfing experiences.
The most convenient way to get to the surf hostel is to fly into the nearest airport, Aeropuerto de Fuerteventura. The next nearest airport is Lanzarote-Arrecife Airport.
The Sol Y Mar surf hostel is well equipped with its own BBQ, sun terrace, and free wifi. Guests also have access to the communal kitchen, complete with an oven, microwave, kettle, and toaster. Whether you choose to stay in a shared dormitory or a single room, each guest will have access to one of the shared bathrooms with complimentary hairdryers and towels. Minimum stay: 4 nights
Your Host: Ben
Ben is your host for this accommodation and will take care of everything during your trip. Furthermore the host knows everything about this trip and will provide you will all information needed.