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Point Break Watersport Center is pleased to present you many offers with combined housing and water courses. By partnering with real estate partners, this holiday offers you a beautiful accommodation and a week of windsurfing courses at an unbelievable price. You will be surrounded by stunning beaches and mesmerizing views of Spain's waters. Book your holiday now while you still have the chance!
Point Break Watersport Center is located in the center of the beautiful Corralejo, the northeast of Fuerteventura, Spain. All apartments feature a lounge with a kitchenette, bedroom, bathroom, and everything necessary for living and cooking. The place is ideal for those who want to surf, kitesurf, and windsurf in the ideal position that is bringing you directly to the spot on foot.
The basic course is aimed to everyone who wants to try this wonderful sport. You do not need an experience in water sports but you just need a great desire to be fascinated by the charm of the old fashion windsurfing. The basic course consists of a practical part where you will learn the basics of windsurfing and a theoretical part where the instructors will explain the safety rules of the wind and tide.
The aim of the course is to put you in a position that will enable you to do windsurfing independently. During the basic course, you will learn how to manage the sail and rigging techniques departure. In the advanced course, instead, you will have a deepening of practical theoretical notions with a portion centered on the conduct of the board with the movement of the wing and then get to the first basic maneuvers of tacking and gybing.
In the courses, you will get the latest materials in excellent condition which will be adapted to your skills. Point Break Watersport Center also takes care of the transfer from your accommodation to the spot and clearly insurance is included. The number of students is always proportional to the presence of the instructors so as to ensure maximum attention to all.
The entire course takes place under the eyes of experienced instructors that do not only help customers understand this wonderful sport safely, but are also experts in giving a prompt and personal service.
Stefano's first encounter with kitesurfing was back in 2001 in Brazil when he was thunderstruck. From that moment on, all the decisions that he has made in his life have had everything to do with this wonderful sport. Today, after years of teaching, he manages the school along with this great team of instructors to give the best possible service to the customers.
Mario has been kitesurfing since 2003 and he thought about becoming an instructor since 2008. One reason is to follow a dream and the second is to see the world. So he did it from Italy to Mexico, from Venezuela to Australia, and New Zealand. He tries to convey passion and responsibility with all the irony and professionalism you need.
Daniele started windsurfing in Sardinia when he was 15, in 2008. He learned to kitesurf and later he received the title of instructor. In 2010, he came to live in Fuerteventura and started practicing surfing and stand up paddle boarding. The waves are his passion. In fact, he finds that he is most dedicated when he rides the wave.
Andrea started kitesurfing in 2003 and started to teach in 2005, becoming an IKO instructor. Since then, she started traveling and always tried to transmit this passion to others. After 2012, she has been living in Fuerteventura and now to her, this island feels like home.
Pol is 22 years old and has been surfing since he was 16. He's been teaching for more than one year. He has to say that his biggest gratitude is giving lessons to children.
Fuerteventura is considered by many experts as the windsurfing capital of Europe. The world championships make a stop here, on the fantastic beach boat Sotavento in the south to be exact. Fuerteventura is full of nice places to windsurf including the coast calm lagoons of Cotillo passing Flag Beach. Furthermore, the various citizens of Corralejo often enjoy the bay of Waikiki.
The north of Fuerteventura is a playground for surfers, a succession of spots behind each other. From the beaches of ‘moro’ and ‘burro’ to the 4 beaches of Cotillo through the rocks of the north coast and citizen spots including the mythical island of Lobos, you will find the longest and most popular right coast in Europe.
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