Blog – Kitesurf Regulations
REGULATIONS FOR KITESURF INSIDE OUR FACILITIES
- Don’t go kitesurfing in the swimmers area and leave a safety distance for the swimmers and other users of min. 50 meters.
- It is recommended to surf at a minimum distance of 250 meters from the coast and not to jump or do tricks between the bouys.
- It is required to learn in specialized kite centres before lifting the kite.
- If you think you don’t control the kite you put yourself and others in danger. Don’t go out kitesurfing.
- It is recommended to use a lifejacket and helmet to avoid accidents. Take whistle and knife with you in case of an emergency.
- Check the weather conditions.With offshore wind it is not recommended to go out surfing.
- Leave your material correctly on the beach covered with sand or something else that’s heavy, respecting the other users.
- Act respectfully to beginners and starting kitesurfers.
- Make sure your material is in a good condition.
- Use a safety system on your kite in case of an emergency.
- Leave a safety distance on your leeward side of 50 meters when jumping.
- Don’t go surfing too far away on the water in case you have to swim back.
- In case your kite breaks or damages: 1st collect the lines from the bar; 2nd let some air out off the leading edge; 3rd take the ends of the kite with both hands; 4th go to the beach direction.
- In order to avoid annoyances to the swimmers and other people, avoid walking on the beach with your kite in the air.
- For security reasons it is recommended for swimmers not to use the zones reserved for the practice of this sport.
The campsite is not responsible for the kitesurf activity outside of the permitted areas.
The right admission is reserved.
It is suggested to read in the authorized kite area the “BEHAVIOUR RECOMMENDATIONS” for the good practice of this sport.