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Wingfoil course

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Welcome to the exciting world of Wingfoiling!

If you are looking for a unique experience that combines the excitement of surfing with the elegance of flight, this is the right sport for you to enjoy the sea in a different way.

What is Wingfoiling?

Wingfoil is a sport that combines kitefoiling and windsurfing in which a high-volume board, a hydrofoil and an inflatable wing are used to glide over the water propelled by the force of the wind.

The relative ease of learning this sport makes it an activity for people of all ages and skill levels.

Our course follows the methodology developed by the International Wingfoil Organization (I.W.O.). 

Because each person has different abilities and different needs,  we will adapt the training to your level and at the pace that best suits you.

Once you decide what type of service you would like to book, whether it's a single session or one of the packages (check "prices and bookings"), click the "book" button to connect you with one of our instructors to arrange schedules with you and address any questions.

Due to wind conditions, classes are typically in the afternoon, although during the winter season, there are days when morning training is also possible; our instructors will advise you on weather forecasts to choose the best time for your class.

What does the wingfoil course contain?

Whether you hire a session or a package of hours, we include: private class, complete wingfoil equipment to use during the class, international wingfoil certification and the use of the facilities at the "Beach Club Palmar" for you at no additional cost.

Classes are in a 1 to 1 ratio (one instructor and individual equipment per student - time or equipment is not shared with another person).


The total estimated time to learn this sport is approximately 10 to 15 hours, depending on the ability of each person (we recommend doing 1.5 to 2 hours per session).


1. Terminology

2. Setup, Secure and Packdown

3. Handling the wing on the beach

4. Enter/Exit the water

5. Self rescue

6. ROW rules

7. Ride on knees

8. Ride standing

9. Pumping/Getting on the hydrofoil

about the hydrofoil

10. Ride Upwind/Downwind

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