Alvor Kite Center Hot
Rua Humberto Delgado 9 Alvor, Portimão 8500, Portugal.
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Alvor Kite Centre
From €100 /day

For beginners we offer lessons from our experienced IKO qualified instructors in groups of up to 4 people with full insurance. We teach on the super friendly Best Kahoonas and all the latest kit from Best. Lessons run for 4 hours a day and take place in the lagoon where you are surrounded by nothing but sand and water; no buildings, trees, rocks etc. The beginner course is 3 days of lessons, by which stage students are usually up, riding short distances and bitten by the kitesurf bug! Advanced lessons are also available for those wanting to learn how to jump, unhook, kiteloop or just ride upwind. Prices include all safety equipment including harness, helmet, impact vest and wetsuit. We also have a safety boat for transport to the spot and rescues at high tide. Below is an idea of what you will learn in your lessons but we are flexible and can tailor the lessons to any ability and level if you have had lessons before or for learning at your own speed.


€100 /day
Price includes
All equipment, 4 hours lessons, max. 4 students per instructor + 1 assistant.
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