Tennis Holidays to France
A once in a lifetime opportunity for you to combine your passion for tennis with all that Southern France has to offer.
For a few years now we have been travelling to France with our top juniors.
For the first time in June 2014, we took a group of adults to France. It was a great success. Watch our video to see comments from those who joined us.
Since the 2014 tennis holiday to France proved such a success, we’re now planning further trips. Our 2017 trip is already fully booked so don’t miss your chance for 2016.
This is an opportunity for you to enjoy a tennis holiday in the South of France. Leaving Auckland 26 May, we include tickets to the French Open, around 13 nights staying and playing tournaments in the beautiful Bordeaux region, a further four nights in Biarritz and San Sebastien.
It’s a once-in-a-lifetime chance for you to combine your passion for tennis with all that Southern France has to offer; visits to wineries, golf, shopping excursions, time at the beach, as well as visits to some historical tourist spots such as Les Chateaux de la Loire.
You’ll play at 4-5 tournaments (singles) in the Bordeaux region, giving you lots of match play to develop your tennis. Some friendly matches can also be arranged.
The programme is very flexible so non-players could also come – if a friend or your husband or wife would like to come too but does not play there will still be plenty to see and do.
26 May to 15 June 2016
The cost for this trip is $5695 per person (to be confirmed at the time of booking).
This price includes:
- French Open tickets (3rd round, Suzanne Lenglen and Philippe Chatrier courts)
- Travel from Paris to Bordeaux, Biarritz, San Sebastien and back to Paris
- Transport every day to and from tournaments and scheduled excursions
- 20 nights accommodation, twin share
- Coaching support at tournament
The price does not include:
- Flight tickets to and from Paris
- Site visits (entry fees)
- Tournament fees ($12 to $20 euros per tournament)
- Food (You can cook in the villa while staying in Bordeaux or eat out, restaurant prices vary from $8 to $15 euros (lunch) to $15 to $30 euros (dinner). Food prices at supermarkets are cheaper than NZ.)
- Travel insurance
Places for each trip are strictly limited to a maximum of 10 people.
If you would like to find out more about joining us, please fill out the contact form below and we’ll get in touch with you as soon as we can. You can also download the booking form or flyer available on the right for more information.