Top 7 most suitable places to play paragliding in the world (Part 2)

Neuschwanstein castle, Germany

If you’ve ever wanted to fly like Peter Pan through a fairy castle, then choose Neuschwanstein Castle (New Swan Stone) near Füssen as your inspiration.

There are many starting points for you but the best climb through Tegelberg is a bit higher. From here, just without the fog or other adverse weather conditions, you will find your umbrella going very fast.

Annecy, France

Annecy is a place often used for paragliding courses because it has a large lake, suitable for safe landing only need to wear full protective gear to avoid drowning. The parachute driver usually takes off from Col de La Forclaz, dives above the lake, and begins to practice difficult movements.

Annecy is a very beautiful land, with great mountains and beautiful lakes. Although sometimes a bit crowded but still very valuable.

Treh, France

Strangely, this place is very popular with Germans, more than half of the people who come here to hang out are German. Indigenous people can also speak German fluently. Services for renting wooden houses, camping tents here are quite cheap.

In summer, the weather in Treh is quite hot. Clear skies, wide open views, and paragliders can fly very far. Paragliding landing area is located at the foot of the mountain, right in front of the local school, there is a paragliding shop. After landing, the parachute player can take the bus back to high position to play.

Babadag (Olüdeniz), Turkey

Paragliding in the mountains of Babadag, Turkey, pilots are flying through the gorgeous Olüdeniz lagoon before landing at one of the top 5 beaches in the world. With temperatures never below 25 degrees C (77 degrees F), and 80% of the days of the year can fly makes it a popular spot on paragliding holidays.

Dune du Pyla, France

Dune du Pyla is Europe’s largest sand dune with a width of 500m, a length of 3 km and a height of just over 100m. This sand dune is constantly expanding, each year encroaching deep and land a few meters.