At Levante Beach Resort we have a purpose-built tennis centre boasting seven astroturf courts - one being a show court - all of which are floodlit, a tennis bar and a superb team of professional LTA accredited coaches all ready to help you improve your game.
Our team of dedicated Mark Warner qualified tennis coaches are on hand to put you through your paces whatever your standard.
Group coaching is run over the course of the week and groups are split according to ability. Tennis coaches also offer private one-to-one tuition for adults and children of 3 years upwards. Private lessons can be booked at resort. It is €50 for one lesson and €135 for three lessons.
On the first day of your holiday come along to our Taster Tennis to chat to our coaches about your game and and see first-hand what is happening during the week. We ensure that there is always a court available for social play. Plus you can borrow HEAD tennis racquets and balls throughout your stay.
We have various free sessions on offer from social tennis to speed serve however for those that want to take things a little more seriously we have a range of courses for adults and children from group coaching and signature intense courses to private tuition.
For further information on our tennis courses visit tennis holidays.
For details on all on-shore activities at this resort visit Levante activities.
We are running more of our popular Intensive Tennis Weeks this year. During this weeks Mark Warner coaches will be on hand to take you through your paces and help bring your tennis to the next level. This course can be pre-booked in the UK.
The course consists of:
Our intensive week is at Levante Beach Resort on 9 October.
Andrew is an Accredited LTA coach and has been coaching and managing tennis programmes in the UK for many years. He was a member of the Levante team in 2016 and 2017 and has a particular interest in junior development, disability tennis and prompting competition.
Away from the courts Andrew is a passionate supporter of Spurs, English cricket and cites a “red labelled” copy of The Beatles’ Love me Do as his most treasured possession.