Is your family looking for a new summer activity to try? Kitesurfing could be a perfect choice! This extreme sport is exhilarating and fun for people of all ages. Is your child itching to try kitesurfing? The good news is, that kitesurfing is a great activity for kids of all ages. Actually, it’s not about how old your child is, but about his weight. Don’t panic if your child has asked you to learn kitesurfing. In this blog post, we’ll discuss the basics of kitesurfing and how to get started with your little one. Keep reading for tips on how to choose the right gear and find the perfect spot for your family’s next adventure!

 For us, teaching children is a priority within our school model and in which we have extensive experience. There must be a series of minimum parameters within which a child can be taught kitesurfing: their age, weight and cognitive abilities, as well as learning.

All children are especially attracted to the color and liveliness of a kite. And the truth is that watching a child make kites is a real pleasure, since they learn quickly and safely with a series of minimum requirements.


Kitesurfing for children: an amazing sport for the little ones


Kitesurfing, also known as kiteboarding, is an extreme sport that combines elements of wakeboarding, snowboarding, and windsurfing. The rider uses a kite to propel themselves across the water at high speeds. Kitesurfing is a relatively new sport, but it has quickly gained popularity around the world even among the youngest.

There are two main types of kitesurfing: freestyle and wake-style. Freestyle kitesurfing is all about performing tricks and jumps, while wake-style focuses on riding behind a boat or jet ski to create a big wake. No matter what style you choose, kitesurfing is an exhilarating experience!

It doesn’t matter which discipline your child chooses because fun is guaranteed! 


Getting your kid to the kitesurfing world

If your kid is interested in learning to kitesurf, the first step is to find a good spot and a good kite school. Look for a location with steady winds and shallow water.

Nowadays, many kitesurf instructors have a special certificate to teach children. Teaching the little ones requires a lot of patience and special skills. That is why the importance of hiring someone who knows what they are doing with your child

Find the right spot and the right teacher, and your child will learn super well

 The following questions are important if you want your child to learn to kitesurf:

What is the minimum age to learn to kitesurf?

There is no minimum age to start kiting. As we have remarked before, it is more about the weight and not the age

What is the minimum weight that a kid can have to learn to kitesurf?

We would say that 30kg is the minimum weight for a child to learn kitesurfing and become an independent rider. Below 30kg could be dangerous, especially as the wind can change at any moment.

How many hours kids require to learn kitesurfing?

 Children have a very fast learning capacity. The risk? they are not afraid of anything. In general, children start kitesurfing very easily, and we would say that a 9h course is enough for your child to navigate both sides.



the ultimate guide to kitesurf with kids


 My son has already learned to kitesurf. Now what?


Once your kid becomes an independent rider, it’s time to start shopping for gear. If he is just getting started, we recommend renting gear from a local shop. This way, your kid can try out different types of equipment to see what works best for him

No matter what type of kitesurfing your kid wants to do, the next step is to choose the right gear for him. Your kid will need a kite, a board, a harness, and a bar. The kite is the most important piece of equipment, and it comes in a variety of sizes and shapes. It’s important to choose a kite that’s the right size for your kid´s weight and the wind conditions. The board is another important piece of equipment, and it’s what your kid will stand on while kitesurfing. You can choose from a variety of boards, including wakeboards, snowboards, and surfboards.

Always let the seller advise you, but usually your child will need small kites. If he is between 6 and 12 years old, he will need a 3-8 meter kite and a 126-130 cm board, depending on the wind and the weight of your child.

The harness attaches your child to the kite. By choosing a seat harness, your child will be more comfortable. The bar is attached to the harness and is what you hold on to while kitesurfing. It is important to choose a bar that is the right size for your child’s hands.

The length of the lines is also an important factor when it comes to kitesurfing for children. Normally, for children who weigh little (between 30 and 60 kilos), it is advisable to use shorter lines, about 12 – 15 cm.

Now that your kid knows the basics of kitesurfing, it’s time to get out there and give it a try! With a little practice, your child will be kitesurfing like a pro in no time.

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Tips for your kid to stay safe while kitesurfing

Before you start kitesurfing, it’s important to take some time to learn about the sport and the gear. This way, you can be sure that your kid is using the right equipment and following all of the safety rules. Here are a few tips to help you stay safe while kitesurfing:

1. Choose the right location: When you’re choosing a kitesurfing spot, it’s important to find a location with steady winds and shallow water. As we have discussed before, it will be easier for your child to start kitesurfing in flat and shallow water than in deep water. Never allow your child

2. Choose the right gear: Be sure to choose a kite that’s the right size for your kid´s weight and the wind conditions. He will also need a board, harness, and bar.

3. Follow the safety rules: Be sure that you kid is following all of the safety rules when you’re kitesurfing. This includes wearing a life jacket&helmet and staying away from power lines and other hazards.

4. Never let your child surf alone: Things can go wrong very quickly in kitesurfing. Always keep an eye on your child or at least have someone who can keep an eye on them, like a rescue boat.


The benefits of kitesurfing for kids


Kitesurfing is a great way for kids to stay active and have fun. It’s also a great way to teach them about the environment and how to respect it.

If you are still not 100% convinced that your child should start kitesurfing, here are some of the benefits of kitesurfing for children:

1. Kitesurfing is a great way for kids to stay active. It’s a perfect way to spend a summer day and it’s sure to get the whole family excited about adventure!

2. Kitesurfing is a great way to teach kids about the environment. When you’re kitesurfing, you’re relying on the wind for power. This is a great way to show kids how we can use renewable resources to have fun and stay active.

3. Kitesurfing is a great way to teach kids about safety. When you’re kitesurfing, you need to be aware of your surroundings and follow all of the safety rules. This is a great way to teach kids how to stay safe while they’re having fun.

4. Kitesurfing is a great way to bond with your kids. When you’re kitesurfing, you’ll have the opportunity to spend quality time with your kids and create lasting memories.

5. Kitesurfing is a great way to teach kids about responsibility. When you’re kitesurfing, you’re responsible for your own safety and the safety of others. This is a great way to teach kids the importance of being responsible.

 Kitesurfing is a healthy sport; helps children to be better people and cope with future problems in life. The sport of kitesurfing has beneficial results for health, such as the development of their potentials, communication, personal balance, social adaptation and favours being in a good mood.


 With these benefits in mind, it’s clear that kitesurfing is a great activity for kids. So, what are you waiting for? Get out there and start kitesurfing!


Kitesurfing is a great activity for kids of all ages. It’s a perfect way to spend a summer day and it’s sure to get the whole family excited about adventure! If you’re looking for a new activity to try, kitesurfing is a perfect choice. So, what are you waiting for? Get out there and start kitesurfing!


The educational situation and the different proposals that can be offered to motivate children and young people from the sport of Kitesurfing, as an alternative to the development of their personal and educational potentials.

Education has been, over time, a fundamental pillar of the entire society. We know that it is the prosperous path to social and cultural development.

Teaching our children and young people to develop their potentials, make them happier and thus achieve success.

Kitesurfing is an extreme sport, with controlled risks, since nowadays, the materials are safe and intelligent in the field of safety. I consider this sport really inspiring, and I know that kitesurfing becomes a way of life, in which it is enjoyed in contact with nature.

The child who chooses to kitesurf is because he likes and identifies with this sport, and wants it to be part of her life. Choosing to be an extreme athlete is to assume a way of life, it is to recognize that your life will depend on your skills in these sports, conditions and knowledge as an athlete.

It should also be emphasized that it is a sport that is in fashion in which there are no limitations since you are always learning new tricks or manoeuvres.

Some parents wonder: How do I know if my child wants to kitesurf?

Sports children are born with a vocation and have fully formed intelligence, to choose any sport, they carry it in their genes, or it has simply captivated them, and wanting to practice it cannot be removed from their mind, they are also capable of transmitting it and taking your own decision.

We recommend that children try this activity and determine whether or not they like to practise this wonderful sport.