It forms a chained set of successive and paradisiacal beaches. Kilometers of golden sand extend along a coastline bathed by crystal clear and calm waters.
The term leeward means ‘opposite place from where the wind blows’. That is why these beaches are free from both the influence of the sea currents from the north and the strong trade winds, enjoying excellent conditions for bathing.
Some stretches of the coastline are up to sixty meters wide between the beginning of the sand and the coastline.
Every year the Windsurfing and Kiteboarding World Championships are held there.