Do you want to take the first steps in your windsurfing career with cool people, an experienced and fun team in a family environment? Then you've come to the right place!
First windsurf, then cook together and tell your teammates about your most daring maneuvers. Our leisure time in Elburg on Lake Veluwe in Holland offers a relaxed introduction to windsurfing. Just a 5-hour drive from Kaiserslautern, you will find a first-class surfing spot for beginners and returners.  We stay at the surf school in simple but very comfortable bungalows. Meals are organized jointly, with everyone helping out with the cooking and chopping. If, contrary to expectations, the weather should throw a spanner in the works, the area invites you to go for a bike ride or a stroll through the pretty little town. Amsterdam can also be reached within an hour. A weekend full of windsurfing action awaits you on our first leisure trip of the season - perfect for learning this fascinating sport in a fast-paced way or consolidating your basic knowledge.

Course program

Due to the proximity to the North Sea and the Nordic lowlands, sufficient wind is virtually guaranteed and the pure standing area (!) provides security when taking your first steps or learning new skills. Therefore, this leisure time is ideal for beginners to make good surfing meters in safe waters with constant conditions, guided by our experienced windsurfing instructors. The equipment is provided by our local partner, the surf school, lifetime-sports.


Cooking together, bike tours and exploring Elburg are just a small part of the varied program. Let yourself be surprised!


Where:  Elburg / Niederlande

When:  Unfortunately canceled this year due to low registration numbers!

Accommodation: Bungalows at the Surfschool

Services included
  • Overnight stay in bungalows
  • Water sports course
  • T-shirt


Organized privately among the participants (not included in the course fee). We will help you find a group during the preliminary meeting.


Is organized jointly (not included in the course fee).

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