So you got the nerve to kite surf, you got the equipment to get started. The only thing you need now is the locations to pull it off. The best places to go kitesurfing will be anywhere that has a large body of water that has good wind. It can be a beach, but lakes and large bodies of water can also work.
All parts of the world have, not only spots where you can kitesurf, they will also have clubs, schools or other associated groups to either make friends or to enhance your skills. The other good thing about the sport is that, unlike skiing, this can be performed during any time of the year. Too cold? Just go on a holiday to somewhere nice and kitesurf all day long.
Regardless where you go, you will need to find out the local rules and also check for safety. Some of the areas will not allow non-members to surf, or you can wear a piece of clothing (such as a rashguard). There will be some areas that are restricted to kitesurfing in order to keep them from interacting with the general public. Some areas will ban kite surfing all together due to safety concerns or complaints from the public.