Kitesurfen im Stadtzentrum von Madrid

Barock, Kunstsammlungen, königliche Boulevards, die Hauptstadt Spaniens ist ein beliebtes Reiseziel für Touristen. Bis hierhin nichts neues. Dass man mitten in der Stadt allerdings auch vor beeindruckender Kulisse Kitesurfen kann, war bislang jedoch nicht unbedingt ein Aushängeschild Madrids. Auch wenn es sich hier sicher nicht um einen zu empfehlenden Spot handelt, sind die Aufnahmen mit Antoine Auriol im Retiro Park wirklich schön geworden!

Der Inhalt wird geblockt.
Bitte erlaube Cookies und akzeptiere unsere Datenschutzbestimmungen, indem du auf Akzeptieren oder diesen Banner klickst.

Und das sagt Antoine über diesen Tag:

« A few days days ago I received an email from Windy – an app that allows me to forecast the wind anywhere in the world – telling me that it was going to be windy in Madrid. The really good thing with this app is that you can personalize it, and program it so that they can send you a notification whenever they forecast the type of weather that you want. We had been waiting for this moment with Alexandre for more than eight months. There is barely any wind in the Spanish capital. So we jumped on a train with my kite and my board ! I knew it was going to be complicated because in this sort of park with many trees around the wind would be gusty. I was lucky to meet a couple of kitesurfers that were walking there who helped me to launch my kite on a strong gust of wind. Then I jumped in the water and flew with the ducks for a while ! Madrid was a special project for me because I have been living in Spain for many years and I love this country, its society and especially the people. I read that this artificial lake was a place that was used in historical times to reproduce big naval battles for the entertainment of kings. Today the Retiro park is considered as the lungs of Madrid, where the people comes to walk, jog and breath fresh air. For me it was so good to be able to kite in that mythical place. I’ll never forget the moment ! » Antoine