Spring Break Tennis Camps Add a Whole New Spin!

spring-break-barcelonaLet’s face it, if you’re hanging around this post, chances are a Spring Break Tennis Camp may be in your future!

Spain’s Mediterranean is a seriously cool trip. With beaches, culture, architecture and nightlife … it’s almost unreasonable not to choose Spain for a Spring Break Tennis Camp destination for college players. I have yet to experience anyone (old or young) return from Spain with a lukewarm love affair to the Mediterranean.  On the contrary, it always excites feelings of; ahhhmmazzing, beautiful, blast, friendly, best tennis ever, can’t wait to return – how do I study abroad in Spain!?!

Spring Break Tennis from Spain with love…

We know you love tennis, but it’s certainly not the only thing on your radar when you visit a city like Barcelona.   Nevertheless, the tennis will be educational and competitive! The match play not without challenge. The coaches not without heart.

The idea of Florida or Mex for Spring Break seems, well, ordinary. Spain tennis camps are not only a top choice for training or competition, but airfares are sometimes lower to fly to Spain at this time of year than within the USA.  And we’re pretty sure we’ve nailed the price making it a budget trip in style.  Spring Break Tennis Camps only take a mild case of tennis, adventure and the travel bug to set you straight.

The landscape will be different, so will the teaching, culture and food.  The neighborhoods in Barcelona (barrios) are some of the coolest spots curious minds want to know and in Mallorca you’ll explore a very special mini continent. Gran Canaria will certainly welcome you with great weather and high level friendly players ready to compete.

spring-break-tennisThe language is beautiful to the ear so do try and speak to the locals & challenge your language skills, they’re always eager to assist if you stumble in any way.

Now check your passport and let’s fly!

View Barcelona Easter Tennis Camps

View Junior Boarding Mallorca

View Gran Canaria Easter break

  • frankination 2013, 12:42 pm

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  • tenniscoach 2013, 8:43 pm

    Hey, super idea here. As a former small college coach, I wished we had trips like this available for my teams and the young players I worked with.

    In this increasingly globalized world, no tennis experience is complete without some kind of international competition or training. Not everyone is going from juniors/college to the Pro tour. My best advice is to take your tennis skills and have as much fun as humanly possible with them. What better place to do that than Barcelona!

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  • aqueela 2014, 4:48 am

    super idea here. As a former small college coach, I wished we had trips like this available for my teams and the young players I worked with.

    In this increasingly globalized world, no tennis experience is complete without some kind of international competition or training. Not everyone is going from juniors/college to the Pro tour. My best advice is to take your tennis skills and have as much fun as humanly possible with them. What better place to do that than Barcelona!

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