from£279 – 3 Nights*(Excluding Flights)
Canal Olimpic Hotel***
- 23 Tennis courts
- 11 Padel courts
- 2 Swimming pools
- Free WiFi
- Gym and Sauna
Barcelona, the cosmopolitan capital of Spain’s Catalonia region, is defined by quirky art and architecture, imaginative food and vibrant street life. It has medieval roots, seen in the maze like Gothic Quarter, but a modernist personality represented by architect Antoni Gaudí’s fantastical Sagrada Família church. Its restaurant scene, anchored by the central Boqueria market, ranges from fine dining to tiny tapas bars.
It’s also home to the world famous FC Barcelona who play in the Camp Nou which is Europe’s largest football stadium with almost 100,000 people.
Located in the heart of the residential area of Castelldefels (outskirts of Barcelona), guests can enjoy a recently renovated colonial style building with restaurant, cafeteria, sauna, garden areas, swimming pool and a specially designed terrace which allow you to savour the peaceful and relaxing surroundings.The Barcelona Tennis Academy with it’s 22 clay courts is located next door and the beach is a 10 minute walk away.The city centre is easily accessible by bus, train or car taking approximately 15 minutes.
The Canal Olímpic hotel comprises 46 comfortable and functional guest rooms and 3 suites.
All the rooms have views out onto the surrounding areas, with their own terrace, air conditioning,digital television, free internet wireless and bathroom with hair dryer.
The Academy has 22 clay courts, 1 hard court, 2 mini tennis courts, 11 padel courts, gymnasium, swimming pool and sauna.
The BARCELONA TENNIS ACADEMY offers quality tennis programmes run by fully licensed coaches and cater for all ages and abilities, from beginners and social players through to club, county and performance players.
Our aim is to help develop your game in a fun but educational environment. This is why most of our programmes will have a maximum of four players per court at any one time and one coach assigned to eight players to provide expert tuition. Some of our programmes will have one coach per court with four to six players.
All our programmes include the following**
- Analysis and technique of every stroke
- Drills and real situation points
- Tactical training
- Learn how to finish the points
- Drills to improve your foot work and coordination
** Minimum five hours
The Hotel has a restaurant so guests can choose either bed and breakfast or half board.
Distinto Restaurant is located on the first floor of the tennis club.
It has excellent Mediterranean cuisine at affordable prices with a daily and weekend menu, breakfast and snacks, all of this elaborated with the freshest ingredients.
Castelldefels has a wide selection of restaurants on the beach or in the city centre by the castle.
In Barcelona eating comes first, when you taste the food you will discover why Spanish food is very good and one of the healthiest diets in the world.In Barcelona you will find all the Spanish food options and varieties.
Catalan cuisine is an ancient Mediterranean style of cooking, characterized by the aromas of the herbs that can be found on the mountains, the animals that are bred locally and the seafood harvested from the Mediterranean. If you visit the Barcelona food markets, like La Boqueria you will see all this delicious food on display.
Sports & Entertainment
Castelldefels is situated just 18 kilometres outside of Barcelona City, on a stretch of coastline known as the Costa del Garraf, in the Barcelona province of Catalonia.
The town offers good amenities, with a selection of shops, bars and restaurants. There is an attractive marina, from where you can partake in a number of water sports activities.
You can visit the ancient castle of Fels, from which the town takes its name and the 16th century medieval defence towers, Can Ballester and Barona tower.
The town boasts five kilometres of golden, sandy beaches, typically of those of the Costa Dorada, which leads off along the coastline.
Good football team, great beaches, delightful tapas, and dreamy architecture. There’s just nothing bad about Barcelona, the Mediterranean seaside captial of Spain’s Cataluyna region. Here are a few can’t-miss attractions to put on your itinerary.
Your Barcelona trip isn’t complete without a visit to the Sagrada Familia (named a minor basilica by Pope Benedict XVI in 2010), dreamt up by Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí.
Heading north from Plaça Cataluyna, Passeig de Gracia is the richest street in the city. Look up as you walk – you won’t want to miss the architecture along this road
If you’re a fútbol lover, you’ll be heading to Camp Nou. Spain’s biggest stadium, seating over 99,000 fans, has been home to the Fútbol Club Barcelona since 1957.
Barri Gòtic, located in the Ciutat Vella district, is the heart of Barcelona’s old city. Explore its romantic, tiny alleys — the perfect setting for lazy tapas and great photos.
The “King’s Square” is a 14th century square inside Barri Gòtic. The square and its Palau Reial Major, Cataluyna’s royal palace, paint a picture of Barcelona’s medieval history.