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Lithuanian surfer catches best waves around Christmas in Fuerteventura

Domas Peštenis surfs in Fuerteventura
Photo taken by Domas Peštenis.  Domas Peštenis surfs in Fuerteventura

Spring, summer and autumn at the Baltic coast, lakes and lagoons is a great time to go kiting, sailing and standup paddleboarding. But in order to keep in good shape and thirsty for a good adventure, we and the family went to spend the winter in Fuerteventura. Here the conditions for catching waves are excellent.

Fuerteventura is famous for its impressive sand dunes, beaches and fantastic waves. Many agree that the island is perfect for those thirsty for sun and waves – the Canary archipelago is one of the sunniest palces on earth, and Fuerteventura itself enjoys more than 3,000 hours of sunlight a year.

The climate is very temperate and warm, with the warm and cold seasons differing from each other only slightly. In summer the teperature rises to a maximum of 27° Celsius, not falling below 20 degrees, and in winter a temperature of 15-21 degrees prevails. This winter, however, we were fortunate to have constant warm weather – many days the mercury reached the 25-degree mark. The water temperature varies very little over the whole year, at around 22° in summer and 19° in winter.

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Video by Domas Peštenis.  

It doesn’t matter if you started surfing or paddleboarding 10 years ago or this morning, in Fuerteventura you’ll always get the waves you want.

The most popular beaches for surfing:

In the northern part – La Pared, Jandia;

In the southern part: El Cotillo, Majanicho.

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