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Your tennis pro has gathered a group of players (and may be non-playing life partners) from your club to enjoy a tennis vacation with a definite French touch. Or you might have taken the bull by the horn and gathered a group of friends with a passion for the game and a craving to experience the art of living the French way.

Imagine:

  • Your villa in St Jean de Luz welcomes up to 14 friends ( 7 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms!) and is located right on the coast with a private tennis court overlooking the Atlantic Ocean.
  • After a morning game, anyone can decide at their leisure to immerse themselves in French culture as the center of historic St Jean de Luz is within walking distance.
  • Once in a while Boris, your local & bilingual yoga instructor, pops in to keep everyone at their optimal level of tennis by sharing his best practices with the group on the beach. His yoga specialty is to cross-train athletes while helping them to avoid injury,
  • A local pro has arranged for friendly games with local tennis players on clay courts
  • Your meals are catered by a French home chef whenever you are not out checking out cafés, tapas bars or having a picnic by the ocean in France or on the nearby Spanish side.
  • Many options of activities can be arranged to cater to the diverse interests of everyone in the group. Read What to do and other Special Interests to incorporate what works for your group.
  • Early July, you can pop in by the Gaz de France Open in Biarritz to catch an international crowd of top women’s tennis players refining their play on clay competing for the 100,000euros prize. Mid May- early June, on your way in or out of the Basque country, you can stop in Paris to catch a game at Roland Garros, the French Open in Paris.

Note to tennis pros and club directors:
Share your vision for your tennis trip to France and I will hand-design it as per your criteria