Fuerteventura is the Canary Islands' capital of water sports.

The second largest island of the Spanish archipelago offers 205 miles (330 kilometers) of coastline, and a broad range of swell and wind conditions for surfers, bodyboarders, windsurfers, and kiteboarders.

With its arid inland landscapes and sandy beaches, Fuerteventura is an Atlantic wave riding gem that can be appreciated all year round.

Jacek Banach flew his drone over Fuerteventura and captured beautiful surfing images of local and international riders having fun in multiple breaks.

August 3, 2016, was a day that surfers should never forget. For the first time in its long history, surfing was confirmed in the Olympic Games.

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When you're getting into kiteboarding and buying gear, you're investing in your physical and mental health. So, is kitesurfing an expensive hobby? What is the cost of entry into the sport?

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Is your bodyboard heavier than you think it should be? Are you unsure whether there's water in your boogie board? Here's how to check if you're board is soaked.

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Brad Domke calls Cylinders his home. He's been riding it for more than a decade. But you've never seen him in board transfers like these.

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The Wakesurf Edge Pro Shaper promises the biggest and longest wake wave in the world.

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