Top 5 Tennis Holiday Destinations
Every year many Wimbledon fans are inspired to embark on a tennis holiday. Tennis holidays are a fantastic way to enjoy the summer sun of an exotic destination, while also brushing up on your tennis skills. Take a look below at our top 5 destinations which are great if you’re new to tennis or an experienced tennis fanatic.
Cyprus – Aphrodite Hills
Aphrodite Hills in Cyprus is a fantastic destination if you’re looking to play some tennis while also exploring what Cyprus has to offer. Being part of the Annabel Croft Tennis Academy the resort boasts a range of world class tennis facilities perfect for even the pros. Some of the features available to guests include 9 floodlit tennis courts, tennis coaching and training, as well as having an onsite shop stocking all the latest tennis equipment.
The resort offers luxury accommodation both catered and self-catered as well as having a large range of tennis packages, ranging from single lessons to 20 hours of coaching over a 5 day stay allowing you to really tailor your holiday to your needs.
Spain – La Manga Club
La Manga Sports and Leisure Club really offers something for the whole family no matter of their age or tennis skill level. The club has previously been used for many prestigious tennis events including the Davis Cup matches and the ATP tournaments. The centre has a large number of facilities including 28 tennis courts, a racket centre, personalised coaching, a children’s club, gym, sauna, Jacuzzi, outdoor pool, crazy golf and bowls generating plenty to do at all times. The resort also specialises in many other sports such as golf, football, cricket and rugby so there’s plenty for the whole family to get involved in no matter what sporting interest they have!
Hawaii – Kapalua Tennis gardens
Jet off to the tropical gardens of Kapalua in Hawaii to experience fantastic tennis facilities in a natural tropical environment. The resort offers a number of maintained floodlit tennis courts, daily coaching packages for all skill levels and golf courses for those wanting to try something a bit different.
While on the exotic island of Hawaii there is plenty to see and do outside of the resort including the Mahana Ridge Trail, the Honolua Expedition and visiting one of the many beaches such Kapalua Beach.
Portugal -Vale Do Lobo, Algarve
Vale Do Lobo in Portugal is the oldest luxury resort in the Algarve featuring a friendly community lifestyle and a world known tennis academy. Just a few of the resorts key features are 14 tennis courts, a gym, sauna, swimming pool, restaurant and a pro shop for all your tennis needs. While on your holiday if you fancy a break from tennis the beach is only a short walk away and there is plenty in resort to keep you active.
Antigua – Carlisle bay
Carlisle Bay is a luxury award winning resort in Antigua overlooking the mesmerizing white sands of Antigua south coast. Carlisle Bay is one of the few resorts in the Caribbean with maintained tennis facilities, the hotel offers 9 floodlit tennis courts, professional tennis instructors and complimentary tennis rackets and balls. They also offer an extensive range of facilities onsite including bars, restaurants, a gym, library, spa and even yoga pavilion making the hotel the perfect wellbeing retreat!
The accommodation is luxury and modern, perfect for a family getaway or a romantic summer retreat. Each room features a day bed on every balcony and terrace, air conditioning, luxury bath room products, daily fresh fruit and a yoga mat!
Centre Parcs – Destinations across Europe
If you’re looking for an active break without a long flight, why not consider a holiday at one of the many Centre Parcs holiday villages. Centre Pacs have holiday villages across most of England and Europe, all boasting plenty to do for the whole family and many only a short drive away. Some of the activities available at the Centre Parcs resorts include tennis, badminton, swimming, fencing, cycling and fitness classes.
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Date Created: 25 April 2015 by Kim Coppins