We form part of a network of windsurf, surf, and language centers in Galica, Spain. We specialize in language windsurf camps and cultural exchanges during the summer. Our camps aim to teach students a new language (English, Spanish, German) while they also learn to windsurf. We create an international environment with students and monitors from various countries. In addition to waters ports, we teach about ecology, meteorology, and caring for the environment. Our center in Playa de Limens is located on a precious beach in a small fishing community very close to the city of Vigo.
We are looking for candidates with experience working with KIDS, TEACHING SAILING; PHOTOGRAPHER or COOK.
Creating/ Cooking family meals
Help around the house
*️Learn to windsurf, paddlesurf, & sail Hobie Cats
*️Live on the beach with a group of like-minded instructors and adolescents.
*️Live in one of Spain's most beautiful & unexploited towns.
This host offers accommodation and payment.
Host has indicated that they will pay at least the minimum hourly wage of their country for each hour worked and that accommodation will also be provided. They are asking for help with a business or business activity. Contact the host directly via the site messenger for more information and details about the wage provided. Any arrangements should be agreed in advance with your host.
We are searching for a person to live with us during the summer and help out for 5 hours a day in:
- preparing breakfast, lunch and dinner, cleaning the house.
- teavhing windsurf, sailing catamaran, kayaking paddlesurf...etc
- Motor boat experience.
We will provide lodging, meals, and water sport lessons. The ideal person loves the outdoors, the ocean, and likes being around kids. We strive to create a family atmosphere between campers and counselors and want a volunteer who shares this vision. While living in our center you will meet people of various nationalities who share a love for the ocean.
Volunteers will share a room of bunk beds with camp instructors.
Volunteers can spend their free time on the beach, practice windsurfing, get involved with the community, or explore the coast. The peninsula where we are located has a very rich history: Celtics; Romans; pirates; vikings; etc. There are some nearby landmarks constructed by the Celtics and the Romans. There is also a huge fishing tradition and you can observe the Galician's artisanal fishing fleets every morning and evening. From the nearest town there is a 20 minute ferry that takes you to Vigo, Galicia's biggest city. You can also take the bus or train to visit Santiago de Compostela, one of Spain's most historic towns and the destination of the famous Camino de Santiago.
Limited internet access
We have pets
We are smokers
Can host families
More than two
5 hours a day, 6 days a week