Skagen, Denmark: wind and beautiful beaches for kitesurfing

Kitesurfing is growing fast in Denmark. The Danish are known for enjoying sailing and other water sports like windsurfing. Kenneth Danielsen is one the most hyped windsurfers in Denmark.

In the end of the 90's there were only a few hundred windsurfers in this country. Today, the number of kite fans has increased. Denmark has 7,314 kilometres of coastline which is absolutely great for kitesurfing fans.

The climate is temperate with Autumn being the wettest season and Spring the driest one. SurferToday.com thinks every pro or amateur kitesurfer should try some of the spots Denmark has to offer.

Basically, this country is a large peninsula, Jutland, and many islands, bordering the Baltic and the North Sea. The best kitesurfing spots in Denmark are:

Åkrogen (inland, near Horsens)
Allerød (near Copenhagen)
Amager (near Copenhagen)
Bork Havn (W)
Bugten near Aarhus (E)
Hanstholm (NW)
Hvide Sande (W)
Ishøj (near Copenhagen)
Klitmøller (NW)
Klitmøller (NW)
Øer ved Ebeltoft (NE)
Ringkøbing Fjord (W)
Rømø, (W)

In 2008, wind power produced 18,9% of all electricity of Denmark. The country holds the largest wind turbine industry of Planet Earth. So, it's time to pack your kite and enjoy the power of Denmark.

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