The Viana Kite House: a kiteboarding palace

A new kite palace has opened in the windy Cabedelo Beach, in Viana do Castelo, Portugal. The Viana Kite House can take up to 18 kitesurfers and is fully equipped with kiteboarding gear.

The new kite project stands is one kilometer away from the iconic Cabedelo Beach, in the North of the country and has what it takes to enjoy epic sessions in the Atlantic Ocean.

The Viana Kite House offers five independent rooms. There are four bathrooms, showers, a big kitchen and even a jacuzzi. In the basement, there's plenty of gear in the kite shop.

The Viana Kite House is run by Tiago Neves and Joao Fontainhas. They even give you a ride from the Francisco de Sa Carneiro International Airport, in Oporto, to Viana do Castelo.

The Cabedelo Beach offers splendid wind conditions for downwinders, wave riders and tricksters.

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