This versatile spot on the Isefjord is sailable in all wind directions except north-easterly. It’s best-known as a slalom and beginner venue, even though the mussel-beds demand boots in summer. Just like Rinkøbing Fjord, shallow water calls for small fins – which may even be too long in southerly winds, when the water gets blown out of the bay. There’s another side to Lynæs too, as a few days of strong south to south-westerly produces clean 1m-high wind-waves.
Kite and Windsurfing Guide