Mövenpick @ El Gouna. Despite what the centre manager told me the area is severely tide dependent. So you have to hope that the tide and the wind allign.
I spent 2 weeks at the Mövenpick @ El Gouna in october.
This is true that the lagoon at low tide is shalow BUT there is always enough water to get out of the lagoon to the open water (at least when I was there).
Then you have a hudge second lagoon, which can be a problem as I was told that the rescue boat can enter it.
I was there with the wife and kid. The Mövenpick was really the perfect place for the three of us.
I did not kite to the second "public spot" in El Gouna (Mangroovy beach), but from the Mövenpick you can see that there was a lot of kiter over there.
deevious wrote:Moreover, not a lot of space to get out of the sun for a rest in between sessions.
I was a guest at the Mövenpick hotel you we had access to the beach beds and the beach umbrella. I do not know what is the situation if you are only kiting there.
But if you are not a guest at the Mövenpick. I guess that you will kite to Mangroovy beach.