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Download your copy of the Active in Scotland 2014 - 2015 brochure.
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View the official guide to adventure activities in Scotland

Sea kayaking at Seacliff beach, with a view to Tantallon Castle and the Bass Rock beyond, East Lothian
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  • A windsurfer stands on the edge of Loch Morlich, Glenmore National Park
    Loch Morlich Water Sports Centre, Glenmore National Park
  • A windsurfer tackles the wave at the Tiree Wave Classic Windsurfing Competition at the Isle of Tiree, Argyll & The Isles
    A windsurfer tackles the wave at the Tiree Wave Classic Windsurfing Competition at the Isle of Tiree
  • Windsurfing on Loch Earn at Lochearnhead, Stirling
    Windsurfing Loch Earn, Stirling
  • Windsurfing on Loch Bee in South Uist
    Windsurfing on Loch Bee in South Uist

The temperate weather in Scotland is perfect for windsurfing and there are plenty opportunities to enjoy this exciting sport both inland and down by the coast.

While spectacular jumps, riding big waves and sometimes reaching speeds of over 45 knots can be impressive, it is actually a sport that can be enjoyed by all the family and makes for a great active day out on the water. It is an ideal adventure sport for beginners who are keen to try something different.

The prevailing and stronger south westerly winds which blow over the west coast mean that the Isle of Tiree, Islay and the area around the Kintyre peninsula are among the best places to windsurf in Europe.

Every year, the beautiful Inner Hebridean island of Tiree plays host to the Tiree Wave Classic, one of the most prestigious windsurfing events on the British calendar for over 25 years. Admire the talent of some of the best windsurfers from around the world as they demonstrate their skill amid the crashing waves.

In Ayrshire, the Isle of Cumbrae is home to Scotland’s premier watersports centre. Windsurfing is just one of sports that can be enjoyed in the calm waters that surround the island.

Away from coast, head inland and enjoy a variety of windsurfing opportunities at locations including Loch Ken in Dumfries & Galloway, Loch Morlich near Aviemore or the loch at James Hamilton Hermitage Park in East Kilbride. 

Across Scotland there are around sixteen Royal Yacht Association (RYA) recognised school, many of which offer windsurfing classes and guidance.

Browse the listings below for more windsurfing in Scotland.

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  1. Gradings


    Enjoy a fun day out for all the family at Monikie Country Park. Adventure play parks, family walks, BBQ hire, adventure activites, environmental walks and talks with the rangers and many more.

  2. Findhorn Marina Activity Centre


    Marinas, Harbours & Moorings


    • 3 Activity Centre
    3 Activity Centre


    Welcome to Findhorn Marina Activity Centre

  3. Gradings

    • 3 Activity Centre
    3 Activity Centre


    Enjoy a variety of fun activities on a beach in the mountains at Loch Morlich Watersports.

  4. Sportscotland National Centre Cumbrae


    Sailing Charter Companies



    One of Scotland’s premier watersport centres, Sportscotland National Centre Cumbrae offers a variety of activities to enjoy.

  5. Strathclyde Country Park


    Multi-activity Centre



    Strathclyde Country Park has a wide variety of activities available throughout the year.

  6. Harris Outdoor Activity Centre


    Multi-activity Centre



    Welcome to Harris Outdoor Activity Centre

  7. Galloway Activity Centre


    Multi-activity Centre


    • 4 Activity Centre
    4 Activity Centre

    New Galloway

    Experience a range of water sports and land based activities at this activity centre situated on the shore of Loch Ken.


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