Webcams & Weather forecast for Lake Garda, Soma Bay and Boavista.
Webcam Boavista - Cape verde islands
Together with Addicted Sports, we operate the only webcams on the island on Boavista. The webcams show our spots where you can windsurf, surf, stand up paddle and kite.
Planet Allsports Boavista "TORTUGA" shows you the bay of Sal Rei from the Tortuga Beach Restaurant. In the right background you can see the island of Sal Rei. On the left you can see our house reef, there you will find a world-class point brake. The wave breaks on both sides and is perfect for beginners and intermediates.
We have installed weather stations on both webcams that show you the current wind. Since the wind is offshore, you can add a few knots on the water.
The new Planet Allsports Boavista "BAHIA" webcam shows you the view from our second spot for about 5-10 minutes. walk from Tortuga. On the right edge of the picture far outside (approx. 2.5 km) you can see the outer reef "English Reef" when the swell is good. The wave can reach well over 7 meters. Pros like Jamie O'Brien have surfed here.
Webcam Soma Bay - EGypt
Together with Addicted Sports, we operate a high-resolution webcam in Soma Bay. The webcam shows the spot directly in front of our station at the Hotel Caribbean World Resort Soma Bay. From here you can go windsurfing and kiting. Kiters also have the option of using our boat shuttle (which is included in the rental and storage). We will take you to the lagoon in the windward area with standing area.
The windmeter is installed about 50 meters behind our surfing and kite station on the hotel roof. You can add up to 5 knots to the displayed wind strength, which corresponds to the wind about 300 meters in front of the beach where you surf and kiteboard.
Please note that our webcam is currently offline for technical reasons. By the end of February we will bring the webcam back online at the latest.
Webcam Lake Garda
The high-resolution webcam from Addicted Sports is installed on the roof of the Hotel Capo Reamol. The view shows north-north-east towards Torbole. At the end of the lake you can see Monte Stivo. Because of the cape (the Capo Reamol), the rocky outcrop that protrudes the most from the lake, a jet effect is created in the view of the webcam in front of our windsurfing and kite station, which is responsible for the high wind probability (over 90%). The Ora (south wind) together with the Hotel Pier achieve the most power here. The Vento or Peler (north wind) in the morning is usually the strongest on the entire lake.
Since the windmeter is installed on the roof of the hotel, it is only an indicator but it comes very close to the real conditions right on the lake.