Kitesurfing Holidays Punta in Trettu Sardinia

Are you considering the idea to take a Kitesurfing Holiday? In this case you may take in consideration to enjoy the fantastic kite spot of Punta Trettu in Sardinia, Italy.

Where is located the kite spot of Punta Trettu?

Punta Trettu is around an hour from Cagliari, located near the village of Matzaccara, district of San Giovanni Suergiu, in the south west of Sardinia Island.

Caractheristics of Punta Trettu

Independently from the wind strength and direction, the character of Punta Trettu Kite Spot can usually be described with flat and shallow water. By adding that the wind is almost always steady, we can say that this spot is perfect for kitesurfing, for all levels, from beginners to advaced riders. Especially the beginners, can profit from the shallow and flat water for learning fastly and easily.

Here under, they can be found listed the main feauter of Punta Trettu Kite Spot.

Punta Trettu Kite Spot Features

  • Spot type: kitesurfing
  • Required Spot level : beginners
  • Water: flat and shallow water
  • best wind direction: NW, SE
  • Beach: sand, grass.

Good accommodations can be found directly at Punta Trettu. If there is availability, we suggest you to book an accommodation at the Punta Trettu Kite Centre by KiteGeneration.

There is a Camp Village but is open only in the summer and it seems not official.

Kite Schools for your Kitesurfing Holidays in Punta Trettu

In Punta Trettu there are several Kite Centre. They also offer kite courses and services, of course, and in some of them, like the Punta Trettu Kite Centre by KiteGeneration, you can also spend the night on their accommodations.

Our Advice on Punta Trettu

Visit this spot if you like to kite and to learn to kitesurf with a good kite community and if you like to meet other kiters. There are super nice people at the kite spot and you will be warmly welcomed.

The spot is a good choice all year round with the right wind direction, since it is all about kiting and not annoying bathers disputing the beach.

And best of all, you are welcome at this spot all year round as a kiter and has no complicated tourist rules.


Sardinia Holidays: Dreamy Beaches and Wild Landscapes

Did you know that some of the most beautiful beaches in the Mediterranean are waiting for you in Sardinia? In addition to long and wide beaches in the south and east of Sardinia, romantics come to the Costa Smeralda in small dreamy bays at their expense. No wonder Sardinia’s beaches are regularly ranked among the top 10 most beautiful beaches in the world.
But those who are interested in culture can also explore Sardinia from its historic side on holiday: excavations from the Bronze Age or the UNESCO World Heritage Site, the nuraghe forture Su Nuraxi, make Sardinia an interesting and varied holiday destination. Enjoy in Sardinia sports activities, culinary delights and beautiful nature on holiday for two or with the family!
Lots of wind, empty spots, exciting nightlife or a relaxed barbecue? The choice is yours! Each destination has its own charm and offers different possibilities for different levels. If you want to improve your skills through intensive training, you should have a look at our events for advanced kitesurfers.
Here you can see an overview of the best December destinations for medium- and long-haul flights:


Dream Holidays in Sardinia: Even Cultural Holidays and Active Holidays

Sardinia also has a lot to offer culturally and historically. Impressive are the Nuraghi, conical towers, which date back to the Bronze Age and probably served as fortified and fortress towers. Phoenicians founded around 900 to 700 BC. first cities, including today’s capital Cagliari, then called Karali.
It flourished under the Romans. The Roman amphitheater is definitely worth a visit, but the medieval Castello district, museums and churches attract many tourists. In fact, Sardinia is surprised by the large number of churches.
Particularly striking are the striped outer walls of some Romanesque churches built in the Pisan style with variously colored stone blocks, such as the Church of Santissima Trinità di Saccargia, located between Sassari and Olbia.
One of the best-known coastal areas is the Costa Smeralda with the exclusive resort of Porto Cervo near Olbia in the north of the island. The mountainous interior of Sardinia invites to excursions or hikes. High plateaus, table mountains, volcanic cones and deep gorges form the retreat area of ​​many rare animal species. The highest altitudes are reached in the Gennargentu massif.
Among the mountains and along the coasts there are countless caves and caves, some of which can also be visited. The Grotta di Nettuno on the cliffs of the Capo Caccia and the Grotta di Ispinigoli near Dorgali are particularly worth seeing due to their dripstone formations.