SeaSports

Some popular beaches in the Greek islands and in top mainland destinations offer sea sports centers with many fun games. These sea sports in Greece are great for an adrenaline day in the sun with friends and family. Greece sea sports centers have sports for all ages and preferences, from typical turbo rides and bananas to jet ski, wake boarding and stand up paddle. Sea sports centers in Greece can be found in popular islands, such as Santorini, Naxos, Rhodes, Corfu and many more. There are also centers in smaller islands, run usually by hotels or beach bar owners.

Are you a sea sports enthusiast? Do you love sailing, scuba diving or kitesurfing? With the power of the wind, the magic of the deep and the energy of the waves, the Greek sea will spoil you with a plethora of opportunities for holiday adventures on and under the sea.

Sea Sports, the natural landscape in Greece has a place for every outdoor sport and activity. Ready for Greece holiday action? Slice through the waves on a windsurfer or fly over them as you kitesurf. Dive down to wrecks and into underwater grottos. Hire a yacht and island hop in the Aegean and Ionian seas at your own pace, enjoying your own private beach and the fish you’ve caught with your speargun.

Popular destinations for sea sports in Greece

Sea Sports, in every corner of Greece, you’ll get that rush that comes from a new sea sports experience. Top of the list: beach fun at the sea sports centres at Lefkada, Mykonos, Paros, Rhodes, Karpathos, Crete and the ‘Athens Riviera’; scuba diving in the sea caves of Skiathos, Zante and Corfu, off the Pelion coast and down to the wrecks off Santorini. Majestic landscapes against a backdrop of the big blue are ideal destinations, from spring until autumn, that invite you to come and challenge yourself. Will you succeed?

Sailing in Greece

With the meltemia (the prevailing north winds that blow every summer from about 5 to 7 Beaufort) in your sails, you’ll start your own Odyssey. The Cyclades, the Dodecanese, the Sporades, the islands of the North Aegean, Crete – wherever you may go in the Aegean – a sense of relaxation, vitality and wellbeing will flood over you. If you competition’s your thing, there’s the Aegean Regatta, the Cyclades Regatta, the International Aegean Sailing Rally, the Cretan Cup and the Rhodes Cup. Each event lasts from five to nine days and is an adventure, filled with fun and action. At the end you’ll celebrate with parties on the Greek islands.

The Ionian may not have the meltemia, but you’ll be awed by the exotic landscapes and hidden beauty. From Paxi and the paradisaical Antipaxi, to Lefkas with its Pringiponisa and the islets in its inland sea, the images and beaches you’ll encounter compete with each other for splendour and charm. If you’re an active competitor, you’re welcome to take part in the rally held here every July/August.

Diving in Greece

And while the wind guides you through the pure beauty, underwater a seabed full of secrets invites you to explore its mystical world. Scuba diving into impressive shipwrecks, underwater caves, reefs teeming with dozens of species of fish – from Skiathos to Lefkas and Zakynthos and from Santorini to Corfu. If you’re a beginner diver, specialised training schools with certified instructors are available, providing you with equipment and guidance, so that you can enjoy the underwater world of Greece in all its glory.

Surfing and Water Skiing In Greece

On the breaking waves, things are equally exciting. For surfing and kite surfing, you’ll head to Paros, Lefkas, Crete, Rhodes, Karpathos, Kos, Limnos, Samos and Lesvos. You’ll find water skiing and wakeboarding at organised greece beaches throughout Greece. From the Athens Riviera to Mykonos, Paros and Crete, from Rhodes to Lefkas and the Peloponnese, there are waves to be caught. Almost everywhere, there are facilities, trainers, equipment and certified schools where you can take surfing and water ski lessons.

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