Kite Surfing Ada Bojana

The Ada Bojana island is surely a rare gift of nature, surrounded by the deep blue of the Adriatic Sea on one side and the Bojana river on its two other sides, forming a triangular shape.

Published: Thursday 13th of May 2021 Updated: Sunday 11th of July 2021

The Ada Bojana island is surely a rare gift of nature, surrounded by the deep blue of the Adriatic Sea on one side and the Bojana river on its two other sides, forming a triangular shape.








Its sandy beach, famed for its beautiful sunsets and fine grainy sand is three kilometers long and faces the sea. Favorable winds create waves perfect for all kinds of extreme water sports, especially windsurfing and kitesurfing, and this is one of the best locations for these types of sport in the Adriatic. Advanced surfers will love the strong mistral wind which blows in from the sea in the afternoons, while amateurs can take lessons at the windsurfing school here.







Kitesurfing is a fairly new extreme sport, combining elements of wakeboarding, windsurfing, surfing, and paragliding, together with elements of gymnastics, and is a very dynamic sport. There are a number of styles of kiteboarding, which is why it has been likened to  “horse-riding on water”. Kiteboarding is done using small (7 to 15m2) specially-designed kites or wings. According to the ISAF and IKA, there were 1.5 million kitesurfers worldwide in 2012. We aim to popularize this attractive sport in the region and in Montenegro, where there is huge potential for its development.