Dreaming about a tennis holiday right next to the sea? We know the coronavirus makes traveling complicated at the moment, but hopefully, better days will come soon and you can book any of the following destinations.

A real Tennis Freak always stays close to the court….and if lucky to the sea as well.

We listed the most amazing seaside tennis courts that you might want to visit to test your skills while enjoying the spectacular setting and amenities offered at the beach. Can you imagine a better combination for your perfect tennis holiday?

POSITANO, ITALY, IL SAN Pietro RESORT for the peace seekers

Il San Pietro in Positano on the famous Amalfi coast is a resort with a one-of-a-kind tennis court located in a small natural cove right next to the sea. It can be accessed by an elevator carved into the cliff. Next to the tennis court, you will find a beach bar, where you can enjoy a cocktail or even take a complimentary boat ride. The tennis court and bar are exclusively available for hotel guests. Booking a double room for a night can cost well over €1000.

BerMUDAS, FAIRmount southhampton tennis club for the luxury travelers

Fairmont Southampton Tennis Club is located on the south coast of the Bermudas right next to a small bay with white sand. It has 6 hard-court, beach-front tennis courts – 3 of which are lit for play nightly. Whether you are looking for a tennis clinic, private tennis lesson, or simply a court to play on, the club offers services for non-guests as well. The rate for playing is $19 per person per day for non-guests and free for hotel guests. You will also find an award-winning golf course in the resort if you feel like doing some other sports or you can simply enjoy the beach bar and the sea on a marvelous beach.

Hawaii, Mauna kea seaside tennis club for the demanding travelers

Along the stunning ocean coastline of the Island of Hawaii at Mauna Kea Beach Hotel is the award-winning 11-court Seaside Tennis Club, one of the largest and most sought-after tennis experiences in Hawaii. Enjoy daily clinics, round-robin tourneys and private and group lessons, offered by Director of Tennis Craig Pautler, Head Tennis Pro Wayne Barnes and Tennis Pros Brad Karen, Hector Mendoza and Dan Klug. After your game, relax in the shade on the club’s comfortable lanai overlooking the sea and later play some golf on the nearby courses. The resort offers luxury services at the highest level, be prepared to pay the price.

Puerto Vallarta, MEXIco, Playasola VILLA the ultimate private getaway for GRoups

If you are looking for a private estate for a group of people up to 22 persons with staff taking care of cooking, cleaning and service, then Villa Playasola is perfect for you. This 3-acre oceanfront property at the south end of Las Animas beach with its own private sandy beach keeps away the crowds – no neighbors or public on your beach. It has a private sports complex with a lighted tennis court, a basketball court, a sand volleyball court and a gym.

Rhodes, GREECE, TENNIS CLUB at elli beach for the Buzz and history lovers

The Elli Beach Tennis Club is located on the island of Rhodes in the heart of Rhodes Town next to the famous Elli beach. The location will amaze you with a unique mix of history, crystal clear water and trendy bars. The 3 courts are surrounded by historic monuments from Italian and Ottoman times. After taking a lesson you can simply splash into the blue sea or you can even jump from the 6-meter high diving tower if you seek some thrills. Discover the chic beach bars offering great seafood and drinks at a reasonable price. If you want to take your chances at the local casino, it is right in the corner, no need to walk long. You can book a court with the help of a local couch. Rhodes is a great option for those with a tighter budget, but still want to play tennis at an exceptional place. The standards are lower than on the previously mentioned destinations, which is reflected in the prices as well. The good thing is that you can find accommodation in any price range fitting your needs.

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