A 5-day kitesurf course for beginners
Our beginner kitesurfing course is ideal to discover the activity and feel the first sensations of gliding!
The KGG Kitesurf School
Our kitesurf discovery course at the Almanarre allows you to learn the activity in a fun way and to live your first kitesurfing experience!
During the first lessons, you will learn about the equipment, the environment and the safety rules to be respected in order to practice the activity safely. You will quickly learn to control your kite sail, practice swimming with it and discover the first sensations of gliding and pulling.
At the end of each lessons you will feel the progress and you will get closer to your goal: to become autonomous in Kitesurfing!
Know how to swim and be comfortable in the water.
Our beginners' kitesurfing courses allow you to discover kitesurfing and to experience your first gliding sensations.
Conduct of the Kitesurf lessons :
- Schedule the time slot the day before by phone to determine the best weather slot
- Meeting at the nautical base 10 minutes before the lessons in order to validate the licences
- Allocation of equipment and briefing before departure
- Departure by boat directly to the base
- Practice kite lessons in the open water or on the beach
- Debriefing at the end of the lessons at the school
The KGG school in Hyères in the Var
On the programme, strong sensations and good humour!
Key stages in learning to kitesurf for beginners
Discovering the activity of kitesurfing for beginners in different stages: discovering the environment and the equipment, learning the safety rules, piloting the kite and mastering the glide.
Quality equipment adapted for an introduction to kitesurfing
so that you can attach your kite and use your body as an anchor point and have your arms available for steering the kite.
A wider board
and longer than the classic boards. It offers beginners more stability and facilitates the first water starts and first edges because it has more lift.
for beginners allow a better take off from the water. They are less reactive, less fast so as not to surprise the kiteboarding beginner who has not yet mastered the piloting of the sail.
In order to practice safely without risk of injury, beginners are equipped with additional protective equipment:
- A protective helmet.
- A buoyancy waistcoat, comfortable and adapted to kitesurfing.
- A 3 to 6 mm wetsuit adapted to various temperatures.
At the end of your course, you will have the possibility to transform your weekend course into a Kitesurf advanced lesson.
The reviews of our kitesurfing school
Come and meet us in Hyères on the bay of Almanarre in the Var (83)