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Want to try your hand in windsurfing? Join Antony Boy Camping as they bring to you an unique windsurfing and camping experience in one of the best wind spots in Europe. Learn windsurfing from a nearby school with over 30 years of experience in the field and take lessons from one of many WDWS trained instructors. Antony Boy Camping is ready to welcome you to come to one of the best windsurfing spots in the Mediterranean!
You will be staying in trailers on the camping grounds of Antony Boy Camping. Antony-Boy, is a family-run campground that stretches over more than 60.000 square meters of beautiful Pelješac coastline. Whether you are looking for a quiet and intimate spot to relax with friends and family, or if your dream vacation involves chatting and laughing with tons of adrenaline-junkie wind-seekers, Antony Boy Camping is the campground for you! Their eight-level campsite offers great variety so you can find you exactly what you’re looking for.
The camp also features a small shop at reception, as well as a convenient high-speed internet-cafe. You can rent windsurfing equipment with a discount, as well as attend a windsurfing school located in the Windsurf Center in the near-by camp Liberian, which is located just 100 meters west of Antony-Boy campground. In addition to campsites, they also offer rentals of Antony-Boy camping caravans, bikes, and small tents.
You will also have facilities to refill your gas canisters. You can find everything you need nearby the camp, with grocery stores just a short 500-meter walk in either direction in the villages of Kuciste and Viganj. You can usually find special items in nearby Orebic, a small city located six kilometers east of the camp.
During this seven-day windsurfing and camping experience in Croatia, you will be undergoing a beginner windsurf course with certified instructors. With over 30 years of experience, the windsurfing school at Viganj in Croatia is definitely a great choice to become a windsurfer. With the instructors ranging from freestyle riders with over 10 years of experience to race riders, you will definitely be in capable hands. %Especially since they have WDWS trained instructors. Also, their friendly approach and attitude within the school will rub off on you soon enough! The windsurfing school has a large range of JP-Australia boards which they use at their school and which you can also rent. They range from small freestyle boards to large school boards that provide more stability for the students. You will be more than pleased with our sail range from beginner sails, to bigger Neil Pryde monofilm sails for advanced riders.
They also have NPX harnesses, neoprene wetsuits, and swimming vests. Another plus is that the surf school is 40-meter distance from the camping grounds. No matter where you come from, you will get the best service because the instructors speak Croatian, English, and German.
The windsurf beginner course lasts six hours, divided into three to four days. Each day is spent in school with one of your instructors in groups with a maximum size of five. The windsurf courses usually takes place in the early afternoon. The gear you will be using are large JP Australia boards (215-liter) and small Severne school sails. If you wish, you can also use NPX neoprene and life jackets. The rent of all of the equipment during the course is included in the price.
The school days are divided as follows:
Learning the theory on land (wind theory, board, and sail theory). This plus learning how to sail in a straight line.
Learning to maneuver on water, staying upwind, riding in a group, and tack turn.
Improving what was previously learned under supervision of the instructor.
Accomplishing a group trip across the sea to Korčula Island.
There will be a group trip across the sea to Korčula Island.
This surf camp will take place in Viganj, Croatia. Viganj is a small village in the sunny south of Croatia. It is located on the shores of the clear and warm Mediterranean sea. It is known for its many days of sun and great winds conditions which attract surfers from all over Europe and the world.
It is filled with small cafes, bars, and restaurants. The cafes are filled with surfers every day which make up most of the population during the summer days. There are two most famous bars where the surfers gather, the Beach Bar and the famous K2. Both are right by the sea and present a place to chill or enjoy acoustic concerts during the day, or go party with live music by night. It is great that they are both filled with people every day!
There are numerous restaurants which all have excellent Mediterranean cuisine made from fresh local vegetables, fruits, and fish. There are also many outdoor activities which one can undertake: windsurfing, kitesurfing, scuba diving, snorkeling, mountain biking, and paragliding. The surrounding area also has many small, secluded beaches with clear sea. You can also go on a tour to visit the local small villages in the surrounding.
On the other side of the seashore, opposite from your camp, is the island Korčula. The island contains a preserved ancient city. This city, according to the legend, was founded by the Trojan hero Antenor in the 12-century BC. The city is also very known for being the birthplace of Marco Polo. Aside from this great cultural treasures, the island is also famous for its white wine, scuba diving, and nightlife. The island’s untouched shores present the visitors with a number of lagoons and beaches.