Do you want to go kitesurfing in Martinique and to know the details of the spots, or practical tips to avoid making the most trivial mistakes?

I’ve been in Martinique for three weeks and I’ve seen most of the spots and in this article you’ll find all the relevant information, as well as the rules to follow for each spot.

Martinique is a French island in the Caribbean sea, where it’s full of white sand beaches, coconut trees and crystal clear water. Martinique is not an exception and you are gonna find all those elemtns if you travel there. This verdant island offers loads of differents activities including kitesurf thanks to the tradewinds !

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In Martinica blow the tradewinds which are famous to be pretty constant. They blow pretty much in the same direction all the year-round, E – NE.

The best wind statistics are recorded between mid December and May.

The wind blows with an average of 10 – 20 knots.


The average temperature are between 20° – 30°.

The water temperature is around 26°-29°.

You can kite in swimsuite and lycra.


It’s adviced to take at least a couple of kites, giving priority to bigger size.

I’d say something between a 9m and 13m for a 70kg person.


February to April it’s the dry season.

July to November is the wet season.

Between December and January you will have lots of short rainfall during the day.


  • Good wind

  • Perfect for beginner

  • An huge flat lagoon for freestyle

  • Wonderful spots

  • Let your wetsuite at home

  • Loads of no windy activities

  • Limitate launch kite area

  • Main spot often overcrowded

  • Some spots are dangerous and just for experimented kiters




  • Beginner

  • Intermediate

  • Advanced