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Simposium Participant                            210 €
Simposium Companion                            80 €
BC Sea Kayaker Award                            200 €
BC Coastal Sea Kayaker Award              210 €
BC Sea Kayak Leader Award                  250 €
BC Sea Kayak Coach  Award                  320 €
Insurance                                                    16 €
3 Breakfasts                                                 20 €
7 Breakfasts                                                 45 €
3 Picnics                                                        21 €



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The participation in the Symposium and the Paddling week includes access to the area of free camping, participation in the activities and two dinners (Sunday and Thursday).

The modality Symposium and Paddling week companion includes access to the area of free camping and two dinners (Sunday and Thursday).


Insurance fee is compulsory for those participants not helding a personal insurance


We offer a free camping site within as area provided by the Town Hall.

Access available from 17h00 on Friday April 12 th to April 20th. The area should be free at 14h00.

In case of other accomodation requirements should be arranged separately by the participants.

For other accommodation please check:

Pets / Animals

Pets or animals are not permitted in the camping site.


For the 3 days of the Symposium there is the possibility to book breakfast and/or lunch (picnic).

For the 4 days of the Paddling week there is the possibility to book breakfast.

Kayak rental

You may rent kayaks at:

SK Kayak

Kayak Palamos

Kayaking Costa Brava


In case a person who has registered is unable to participate in the Symposium, the Pagaia Club will pay the registration fee back (deducted bank charges), providing that the registered person informs Pagaia at least 30 days before the Symposium start date.

The fact of registering and paying the registration fee does not entitle a registered person to transfer their registration fee to other person.

In any case would the change of a registered person be accepted, and no person could take part in the Symposium unless they have correctly registered in advance of the symposium.

Expert international coaches

These are the coaches of 2019 Edition


Anna Moreno

Anna started kayaking on 2003 and she got very soon hooked on it and on the contact with nature. She loves paddling close home, in the Costa Brava…..

Ashley Williams

I started kayaking when I moved to Norway in 2010. I found myself working in a camp school where kayaking and canoeing were lead activities so I soon became introduced to the water.

Catriona Nicol

Catriona is an advanced water endorsed coach and current BCU 5 star leader in sea kayaking and is from Shetland!

Daniel Julian

The kayak had a special impact on my life during the 15 years that I spent working in the Raid Gauloises [adventure races], creating the diffusion of the greatest competition that has existed of sport in nature

David Appéré

Start kayaking in 1987 at Landerneau with the club “Les Alligators de l’Elorn”, where he was volunteer since 1989

Eila Wilkinson

I started sea kayaking in 2008 and completed my first solo circumnavigation of Anglesey the same year in 14.40 hours. After this trip Nigel suggested I circumnavigate Ireland

Elke Grunwald

Elke Grunwald, a primary school teacher, is now paddling for more than 20 years. She started with a folding boat on the rivers around her hometown Bremen and later she was guiding tours with her family and friends in Germany, Poland, Denmark and Sweden.

Eva Lotta Backman

Eva-Lotta is a recognized BCU 5 star paddler from Finland. She has also obtained coach level 3 (BCC/UKCC).

Greg Stamer

Greg Stamer is the past-President and founder of Qajaq USA, the American Chapter of the Greenland Kayaking Association (Qaannat Kattuffiat) and is a current member of the Qajaq USA board of directors. Greg is a frequent instructor / contributor at Qajaq...

Jean Marc Terrade

An expert in coasts and coastal management, nature guide, specialist in nature and outdoor sports education and particularly in water sports.

Jerome Leray

I started sea kayaking 15 years ago and soon become a nice passion.

Joan Ramon Pros

Sportsman and passionate of the sea, in 1978 he got his first kayak with which he “discover “ the Costa Brava and the incredible navigation qualities of this small boat.

Kai Urban

Kayaking is my perfect way of traveling along beautiful coastlines.

Kate Dufuss

Kate is one of only five women to achieve the BCU Level 5 Sea Kayak Coach Award. She is also a Level 4 White Water and Level 3 Canoe Coach.

Maligiaq Padilla

Taught youth through Elders traditional Inuit qayaq/umiaq building and paddling, rolling and safety from beginner through expert levels, power and hand tool use and construction safety:

Manolo Pastoriza

” I started canoeing at the age of 12 and my first sea kayak expereince was in 1997. What I like more is paddling all the year, specialy along the Galicia coast”.

Marc Martin

Marc Martin began sea kayaking in 2001 when his friend David came into the library of the Faculty of Computer Sciences, banged his hand on the table and said, “There, look what I’ve bought. I have a Kayak”.

Mark Vogel

At seakayaking I like the variety of holiday tours, playing in Rough
Water and rock hopping or the discovery of movement contexts in
paddling technique and rolling training.

Mirco Goldhausen

He bought a second hand NDK Explorer in 2006 whilst living in Switzerland and has been passionate about the sport and the versatility of the sea kayak ever since.

Nathalie Maderova

Nathalie, original from Czech Republic, has started to paddle in Britain, and considers the tidal Thames her home water.

Nigel Dennis

Nigel Dennis began sea kayaking at the age of 23, and within three years had completed the first circumnavigation of Britain, with fellow kayaker Paul Caffyn…

Nigel Foster

His kayaking mantra/philosophy is maximum effect for minimum effort.

Pau Calero

Kayak instructor since 1999, and has been a coach at every Pagaia Symposium.
He is a BCU Coach Level 2 and BCU (5 Star) Advanced Sea Kayak Leader, and Sea Kayak trainer (TD2) of the Catalan Canoeing Federation (FCP).

Phil Hadley

In his own words “I LOVE PADDLING!”

Phil is passionate about coaching people how to paddle any boat – canoe, kayak, sea kayak, paddleboard, even coracles!

Rai Puig

For more than 10 years, Rai has worked exclusively as a kayak instructor in different companies and schools in the sector, both in the Costa Brava, Costa Dorada, the Balearic Islands and even in remote places such as Patagonia and Greenland.

Richard Uren

Originally a farmer, I have been kayaking for over thirty years and have participated and competed in many aspects of the sport. Sea kayaking is my real passion, growing up in Cornwall you are always in sight of the sea and are aware of her moods.

Rick Cooper

I live near Plymouth – Britain’s Ocean City. It’s a great place to paddle – the wild coasts offer challenging conditions with big swells and rocky cliffs

Roger Rovira

Roger Rovira, 39 years old. I’m a trips, nature and adventure photographer and I share this activity with guiding sea kayak trips for the company KayakingCostaBrava during some months a year

Sid Sinfield

Sid has been kayaking and canoeing for over 35 years and first qualified as a coach in 1989. He has spent a large portion of his life exploring in different boats.

Stephen Miles

I have lived all of my life on Holy island off the west coast of Anglesey, North Wales, with its dramatic coast and fast flowing tidal streams the backdrop to my misadventures while growing up.

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