The most popular kiting grounds in Turkey are located in Gökova Bay. It's admired mainly for pure deep blue to light turquoise waters, moderate waves and just perfect winds, neither too weak, not too sharp. Being the most famous, it's not the only one—there's a plentitude of excellent kiting spots along the entire western coastline starting from the Black Sea beaches along the Marmara Sea and south to the Mediterranean. Turkey kite map spotlights Burç Beach, Kerpe, Derince, Altınova, Ayvalik, Çark Plaji, and other places.
The majority of the kiteboarding locations operate year-round, but the best winds are observed between mid-April and mid-October.