Kitesurfing in Sicily:
Courses and rentals

Progress with your Kitesurfing in Sicily with a beginner or advanced course in full safety in the shallow and flat lagoon of Lo Stagnone. In addition, all instructors are IKO (International Kiteboarding Organization) licensed, experienced and multilingual. Moreover, if you are an independent rider, you can rent RRD equipment from the school and enjoy the spot with fellow freestylers.

This introductory course starts with a brief general theory of Kiteboarding. Followingly, you will learn to set-up the kite, and its safety systems. And after the first piloting on land, you will feel the sensation of the power generated by the kite in the water. Most probably it will make it hard to resist the temptation to continue on to a full course and keep enjoying this wonderful sport.

SKC Theory
Introduction to Kiteboarding
Kite lesson
Full course

Discover Kiteboarding or boost your progression in the easy conditions of the lagoon. The instructors will take you step-by-step to the first water-starts if you are a total beginner. On the other hand, if you are already intermediate or advanced, instructors will check on your fundamentals and take you to the next level.

Kitesurfing in Sicily:
Special lessons and rentals

The safe and easy conditions of Lo Stagnone allow riders to try and practice new tricks. It makes it worth to take an advanced lesson on freeride, freestyle, or even start strapless kitesurfing. The school also gives you the option to combine the courses with a rental service of RRD gear.

Kite surf aerial
Freestyle Strapless Kitesurf

F.A.Q.

About Kitesurfing in Sicily.

Our courses take place in Lo Stagnone lagoon in Marsala, near Trapani. The nearest airports are Birgi (15 minutes from the spot), and Palermo (around 1,5 hour drive).

The spot of Lo Stagnone is now famous for its easy conditions of flat and shallow water, great for beginners and freestylers. Moreover, the winds are constant and the temperatures allow for practicing the sport almost year round.

The warmest months are July and August, but it is also the busiest time, especially August. So it is recommended to travel to Sicily in earier times, between April and June, and during the later months of September to November. 

There are several B&Bs and hotels near the school so you can ask us and we will be happy to help you find accommodation.

There are plenty of excursions to make around Marsala and Palermo. And if you want to explore more of Sicily, we will be happy to give you some options according to your interests.