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Windsurfing around Prasonisi

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Prasonisi is the cape of Rhodes, disconnected from the rest of the Island by high water levels in Winter. Strong winds and plenty of sunshine mean is also a good place to windsurf. On one side of Prasonisi is the Mediterranean Sea which has flat water and is good for beginners and on the other side the Aegean Sea which has a lot more waves and is good for more advanced windsurfers.

The best time to windsurf at Prasonisi is the afternoons of the European summer when the wind picks up and the swell builds, however the calmer, flatter conditions in the morning are good for beginners.

Written by  JP Condella.

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