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If you are looking for a lovely accommodation with stunning panoramas of the sea to stay during your windsurfing expedition, then join this surfcamp with Force 7 Paros! It is the best accommodation solution for a windsurfer like you who want to spend holiday by learning to windsurf on Golden Beach all week long. The familiar atmosphere makes you feel at home and gives you a real taste of Greek hospitality. Be part of this windsurfing surfcamp!
You will be staying at Louridis Studios that offers direct view to the famous Drionisi Island, the trademark of Golden Beach. This studio consists of 10 studios and 5 rooms with double bed.
The windsurfing teaching programs are designed for beginners to advanced windsurfers. The experienced and qualified instructors can take you from your first ride to advanced jumps and tricks. Force 7 Paros can help you choose the best windsurfing program that suits your goals and level. Those who want to progress even faster, have the ability to do lessons with the continuous supervision of the instructor. The wind conditions are perfect for advance or beginner windsurfers.
This surfcamp takes place at Golden Beach, which is considered to be one of the best beaches in Paros, Greece. Golden Beach (Chrissi Akti) is a long golden sandy beach extending for 700 meters, well known by windsurfers for its ideal wind conditions. Paros itself is located at the heart of the island complex of Cyclades and is one of the most popular holiday destinations due to its exceptional natural beauty, vast sandy beaches, crystal-blue waters, impressive landscapes, and remarkable historical monuments.
If you are coming from abroad, it is most likely that you are going to land at Athens International Airport (ATH). Book a domestic flight from Athens International Airport (ATH) to Paros Airport (PAS) at least one month and half in advance.
You can also come to Paros by ferry or boats from different parts of Greece, such as Port of Pireaus, Rafina, and Lavrio.