foiling

Kite foil

Wind surf FOil

private classes
semi private classes
full courses
rentals

 

EVL stays up to date with the evolution and the technical progression of the wind and surfing sports to be able to offer our students and practitioners the latest options. Adding the hydro foil board to classic sports like kite surfing and wind surfing gives those looking for new and exciting experiences the possibilities to try new sports. Whether you are a beginner that has never been on a foil board or an advanced practitioner looking for a great spot to continue your progress, have a look at kite foil and wind surf foil to see which one suits you best. 

Foil sports

Kite foil 
 

If you're looking for an alternative sport to kite surfing, then try kite foil surfing. Combining the kite with the foil board changes the experience for the practitioners. 

If you want to know more about this new sport, the equipment, lessons and more just click here

Wind surf foil

 

Adding the element of the foil board to wind surfing makes a new and exciting sport. With our lessons, you can learn this new sport in a few hours! 

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rentals

Whether you want to practice kite foiling or wind surf foiling, the rental system is perfect for good riders who want to enjoy the lagoon but who do not have or cannot bring their equipment. For beginners and intermediates who don't need lessons and just need to multiply their hours in the water. At EVL, you will find top notch equipment for either sport. However, to rent equipment you must ensure that you have the following skills:

  • Know how to swim and be comfortable in deep water;

  • Keep the navigation line and do not drift excessively;

  • Being able to relaunch the kite without difficulties, even in light wind;

  • Good bodydrag capabilities;

  • Know how to do a Self-rescue;

  • Know how to do a self-launch and a self-landing;

  • Have a good spatial awareness and be able to manage your position in the pond;

  • Getting to avoid collisions.