The word kite surfing is made up of surf and kite, which means kite. It is a surfboard similar to a surfboard on which a kite is mounted and which, propelled by the wind, can give you exceptional acrobatics in the water. Kitesurfing is a water sport that requires a wind parallel to the beach of between 8 and 13 knots. Here too, it is important to take a basic course before embarking on this sport.
The greatest difficulty is keeping your balance, but once you have mastered it, you can exercise simply by standing upright and the sensation of flying over the water.