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There is simply so much going on at the Levante Beach Resort waterfront that you'll find it difficult to experience everything on offer in just a week. The hardest decision you need to make is choosing between a dinghy or windsurf board.
Our watersports activities aren't just about sailing and windsurfing. Kayaking and stand up paddle boarding is just as much fun or for those that prefer something a little faster, why not try your hand at water-skiing? If you prefer to spend your time exploring what's on offer under the water join our PADI dive instructors for an adventure underwater.
Our team of more than 20 qualified watersports instructors are great fun and extremely patient! Choose from free group lessons and clinics, PADI dive courses, RYA courses or private tuition. The waterfront is open Sunday to Friday 9am to 5.30pm. The waterfront will be closed on a Saturday. Hours of operation may differ in peak season.
The location lends itself to varied wind strengths making for some great sailing and windsurfing. Our extensive sailing area is perfect for launching and landing, it allows sailors and windsurfers a great opportunity to achieve long, broad reaches and creates a good degree of separation between beginners and intermediate windsurfers whilst allowing you to exploit the cleaner wind during Meltemi conditions.
Expect superb conditions at Levante Beach Resort. Typically the wind blows a gentle cross-offshore breeze in the morning from the North West (force 2-3) providing ideal conditions for beginners. This generally switches to a slightly stronger onshore sea breeze from the South East in the afternoon offering suitable conditions for improvers and intermediates.
Between late May and mid-September Rhodes is regularly frequented by the Meltemi wind. During this period (usually lasting 3-4 days) the wind will blow offshore from the West. Close in to the shore, the wind will be lighter and the water flat - again great for beginners. Whilst further out towards the back of the sailing area, the breeze is much stronger and creates some epic 'blasting' conditions.