RADIKITE IS AN OFFICIAL KITE SCHOOL LOCATED IN SPAIN. WE ARE SPECIALIZED TEACHING ALL KITESURF LEVELS FROM INITIATION TO ADVANCED. WE HAVE MORE THAN 10 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE GIVING LESSONS TO VISITORS FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD AND ALL AGES IN A FUNNY AND FLUID WAY PRIORITIZING SAFETY ALL THE TIME.

WE ARE THE ONLY KITESURFING SCHOOL IN TARIFA WITH FLOOR BEACH FACILITIES IN AN EXCLUSIVE AREA FOR BEGINNERS  WITH ALL THE SERVICES (PARKING,BEACH BARS,LOCKER ROOM, COMPRESSOR, ETC) WHERE YOU CAN RENT KITE EQUIPMENT, HIRING THE RESCUE SERVICE (INCLUDED IN THE COURSES) OR INFORM YOU AND RESOLVE ALL YOUR QUESTIONS.

 

https://radikitetarifa.com/en/

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Lesly Chacon (10 months ago)
Was visiting town and found this school and really enjoy my time there and my lesson with Blanca. She was patience and helpful, Javi as well. They’re friendly and kind. I’ll come back for sure.
Fleur Pels (10 months ago)
Great lessons and good value for money! I never felt like I was paying too much or for time I didn’t get to spend on the water. Instructors are great and communication is also very good! Will be coming back!
Belinda Jackson (10 months ago)
The whole family had lessons. They catered for all levels. My husband had done it before and got specific tips, the kids loved their experience and picked it up quickly. I made a lot of progress. We look forward to going back with them soon.
Rodolfo Rivera (11 months ago)
I took a 2 hours class with RadiKite @ June 2021. They are located just next to Chiringuito Agua @ playa los Lances. I had a great experience, they were really helpful and professional. My kite got broken and they have provided guidance for fixing it. The equipment for the class was recent and good quality! If you are in Tarifa and want to learn kite, this school you should definitely give a try!
Krystle Robba (13 months ago)
Great school and service and just by the beach!!! Instructor was also great and very professional, I would definitely recommend.
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