Kitesurfing Lessons near London

The Kitesurf Centre is based on Kite Beach, Camber Sands, which is around 90 minutes south of London. With a wide, flat, sandy beach and waist deep water for a long way out, the beach offers the ideal learning conditions for everyone from beginners trying their first board starts to advanced riders wanting to nail a new trick.

Kitesurf School near London

kitesurfing cventre near London

The Kitesurf Centre is the largest kitesurfing school in the area, and around 80% of the regular kiters are from London. Groups such as the London Kitesurfers Associations also visit us regularly.

With high speed train services running regularly from St Pancras International and a bus service connecting Rye Train Station to the centre, or an easy journey by car down the A21 or M20, it’s an ideal day or weekend trip for kiters of all levels.

The Beaches

The Kitesurf Centre is the only licensed school at Camber with a designated teaching zone and the ability to teach at both Camber Sands and nearby Greatstone beach.

Giving the centre the ability to run lessons in any wind direction, some of the best wind stats in the country and the incredible backdrop of a Blue Flag rated beach situated between two nature reserves, Camber is the best place to head from London to learn to kitesurf.

The Team

kitesurfing instructors

With a group of some of the most experienced instructors in the country, many of whom are senior instructors, team riders and have competed in various kitesurfing disciplines, lessons at The Kitesurf Centre are always top quality, safe and good value.

Between them, the instructors are fully qualified to teach lessons in kitesurfing, powerkiting, kitebuggying, landboarding, hydrofoiling and Stand Up Paddleboarding.

Private tuition lessons for up to 3 people run all year round, with group lessons running from March – November. With a license to teach at two opposite facing beaches, lessons can go ahead in any wind direction.

Transport from London

By Car:

The Kitesurf Centre is an hour’s drive from South London and is accessible by the M20 or A21. Parking is free at the centre.

By public transport:

Trains run regularly from St Pancras International, Victoria and Charing Cross to Rye, changing at Ashford International. The 102 ‘Wave’ bus runs from outside Rye station and drives past the centre – most drivers will even drop you off right outside!