A real playground for riders, the Libournais region has plenty of stunning spots with coaches and qualified instructors. If you’re looking to try some wakeboarding on the region’s waters, be warned: there are no tow boats! Here, you’ll be pulled by a two-way pulley system, which is a more environmentally-friendly towing method!
What are you waiting for? Discover our top 3 spots for wakeboarding in the Libournais region for wakeboarding, for beginners and advanced boarders alike.
In Sablons, on the world’s largest waterski-tow system
Dagueys Lake, the go-to spot for introduction sessions
On Izon Lake, 3 courses so you can progress at your own pace
You heard right: the world’s largest waterski-tow system is waiting for you in Sablons, on Gougeon Lake! To find it, just head to Dahu Wake Park! On the agenda: 300 metres of rope courses and 9 stunt units!
The result of a love story between Joris and Mélibée, the spot is open to all watersport lovers from around the region! The buzzwords: wakeboarding AND teaching are key focuses!
This place is an absolute must for any water fans visiting the town of Libourne. The shores of Dagueys have a fantastic nautical base, with something to delight the whole family. Beginners can opt for personalised lessons, adapted to their level: you may well discover a need for speed!
PS: Don’t worry if you’re not a board fan, there are plenty of choices for you: tubing, swimming (with a lifeguard on duty), inflatable water park… You certainly won’t be bored at Dagueys Lake!
Fancy a dip in cool waters, surrounded by luxuriant greenery? Head to Wakepark Izon to set off on a boarding session from its outstanding pontoon. Here, you have the choice of 3 courses (from beginner to advanced), so everyone can work on their skills!
Plus, everyone at the park is super friendly and more than happy to help! Instructors are on-hand to answer any questions you may have, and help take you from a newbie to a rider in less than an hour (challenge accepted)!