WHY IT’S SO GREAT TO BOOK WITH VELAIR KITESURFING SCHOOL TARIFA?
Velair Kitesurfing School Tarifa is a licenced AT/MA/00143 and Limited Company B931899827. We meet all the legal requirements to carry out Kitesurfing Courses in Tarifa as insurances, permits and licences.
Our teaching procedures have been developed following official standards and our experience to ensure that learning is effective and safe.
Velair Kitesurf Tarifa School only hire qualified instructors (RFEV and IKO) with demonstrated skills and experience organizing courses and kitesurfing activities.
Velair Kitesurf Tarifa organizes a bunch of activities as 4×4 routes, windsurfing, paddle surfing, sports trips in Morocco. If there is no wind, we will always have alternatives.
We love Kitesurfing and Tarifa and you’ll notice the effort to demonstrate it on our kitesurf Tarifa Courses. We are cheerful and we love to help, we try to be empathetic with our clients.
In Velair Kitesurfing Tarifa School we like to commit ourselves to what we do and we are always proud of seeing one of our students enjoying kitesurf in the water. So for us, you will always be part of the Velair family.
Velair Kiteboarding School Tarifa offers an agile, clean and secure booking engine through calendars. Payments are secured by PayPal, Redsync and if you just want to reserve a date, a simple deposit will be requested.
BOOK YOUR CONFIRMED COURSE VIA DEPOSIT OF 20€ AND PAY THE REST AT ARRIVAL.
WHERE DO WE TEACH KITESURF TARIFA
PHONE AND WHATSAPP:
+34 615 90 79 79
+34 661 95 12 40
Valdevaqueros Beach. . En casa Porro. Tarifa. Cadiz.
Paseo maritimo de la playa de Getares. 11207. Algeciras. Cadiz.
Our Schools open from June to September but we still organize courses during the rest of the year.
Open all year from 10:00 to 20:00.
Just want meeting us call us and we will arrange a meeting
HISTORY OF KITESURFING
Also called sometimes kitesurf kiteboarding flysurfing kitesurfing. Although it seems like an idea a few years ago, the first to use kites to navigate were the Indonesians, you can see some of these kites that used to drag boats in the Museum Layang-layang Indonesia in Jakarta. Already in the 19th century an Englishman, George Pocock, invented the “Charvolant” which was a kite that dragged a car and developed traction and loading systems based on comets. The Charvolant used lines of 459 meters in length! And reached speeds of 32 km / h and became one of the fastest means of land transport at the time. Later the American Samuel Cody (1867 – 1913) fascinated with the idea of flying kites that carried human beings at high altitude with military uses and that later managed to cross the Channel in a boat drawn with kites. As early as October 1977 a Dutchman with an unpronounceable name, Gijsbertus Adrianus Panhuise, patented the first kitesurfing but did not develop it commercially. Later on he developed and improved this idea, Dave Cult designed the first comet with swellable edge of attack and in the 80 Arnaud de Rosnay began to use a board of windsurfing with comets; Finally in 1987 the Dominique brothers and Bruno Legaignoux (France) patented the first comet that could take off from the water, I still remember those reports of the magazines Surf a Vela or 360 (I do not remember) where they spoke of the advances of these madmen with the Comets. The final impulse to this sport was given by windsurfing gods as the only and unmatched Julian Zuñiga Errazuriz or rather Robby Naish. At his feet Monsignor!