Windsurfing, Kayaking, Paddle Surfing… the white island is a veritable paradise of water sports in Ibiza.
If you fancy trying and discovering which one’s for you, keep reading, and wait no longer: Ascanio Surf School placed at the end of Playa d´en Bossa (next to tower of Sal Rossa) is offering up to 50% discount to Ayudaenibiza.com followers.
Windsurfing is a sport where technique is much more important than physical strength, despite it being also necessary. It requires a huge effort where little by little you start to improve. You quickly learn that you won’t be making huge jumps in the air on your second lesson, but the difficulty in the beginning is what makes it even more gratifying in the long run. One of the advantages of wind surfing is that unlike other aquatic sports such as kite surfing, windsurfing turns out to be a lot safer. If your one who like to get the adrenaline pumping, if you like sailing and feeling the breeze of the sea along side you, windsurfing is your sport.
Stand up paddle
Paddle surfing, is the “in” thing on the beaches of middle earth. It takes hold of you quickly, given that it’s not the most technical, and if you’ve any amount of balance you won’t be long standing up on the board (even though starting out on your knees is also acceptable. Paddle surfing is perfect for those who want to take it easy while practicing their sport, taking in the landscape and the sea.
Kayaking allows us to take excursions to parts of the world where we wouldn’t otherwise be able to get to. It’s a sport that requires a certain degree of physical effort, but also one that almost anyone can get the hang of, without having to be too fit. The effort you have to put in depends entirely on the pace at which you decide to go, the wind and the calmness of the sea. Routes taking you to see the sun set or the moon rise… any excuse to get out on the water is a good one.
All you have to do is download this flyer and present it when making your reservation.
Original text by: Alba Garcia