Kitesurfing Lessons

Kitesurfing lesson / course

Our Kite school offers group and private kitesurfing lessons including full equipment. You can learn everything from the first piloting up to your first jumps, don't expect to be able to do all that in one week though. We always focus on your safety and pleasure. We recommend our students to do no more than 2 hours in a row, as fatigue slows down the progress later on.
We can teach in English, French, Greek, German, Spanish and Estonian. In the end of their course every student gets an IKO Member Card registered with their level that allows them to continue their course later and rent equipment (if the student has reached level 3K).

For prices and schedules contact us!

Iko kitesurfing member card

Course details


  • S.E.A. (Spot, Environment, Activity) assessment
  • Holding, Carrying and securing a kite on land
  • Kite set up


  • Safety system use
  • Pre-flight check


  • Launching and landing as an assistant
  • First piloting and exploring the Wind Window's edge
  • Let go of the bar
  • Twist and untwist the lines


  • Flying one-handed
  • Trim Discovery
  • Walking while flying the kite
  • Launching and landing as a pilot
  • Wind window theory


  • In flight quick release activation
  • Self-landing
  • Equipment packing

  • F

  • Enter and exit the water independently and safely while controlling the kite
  • Water re-launch the kite


  • Side body-drag with two hands
  • Body-drag with power strokes on both sides


  • Body-drag upwind
  • Body-drag with the board
  • Self-rescue and pack down discovery


  • R.O.W. rules introduction
  • Steady-pull
  • Water-start

  • J

  • Controlled stop
  • Control the riding speed by edging


  • Consistent riding in all directions including upwind
  • Ride amongst other riders and water users and respect right of way rules


  • Change of direction without stopping


  • Toe-side riding
  • Toe-side turn


  • Self-launching
  • Self rescue and pack down in deep water

  • Some tips for having quality kite lessons:

  • Avoid booking a full course online! Observe and check how a kitesurf lesson is done, before you book!

  • Never prepay many hours of lessons! Wind can change unexpectedly. Your lessons can get cancelled and in the worst case you will not get back the money. Also maybe you overestimate your physical condition.

  • Don't book group lessons with people you don't know!

  • Check the reviews of previous students!

  • Is the wind side on-shore and the beach sandy without rocks? Safety first!

  • You should not plan to do more than 2 hours in a row. You need a fresh mind and body to learn this sport.

  • Don't go for a lesson with less than 10 knots or more than 30 knots!