Octogono Tennis Club-Sotogrande Spain
Tennis in Romantic Andalusia Spain
Perched alongside the sunny Costa del Sol in one of Spain’s most southerly regions, Ocotogono Tennis Club in Sotogrande Spain offers tennis and padel in an excellent facility. Surrounded by a renowned polo club, golf courses and marina, it is a beautiful setting in one of the country’s most sought after regions.Drop in social tennis
Octogono Tennis Club-Sotogrande Spain. Three clay, three hard court and five padel courts are available for drop in use at the Octogono Tennis Club in Sotogrande. There is an active drop-in social program. Ian McDougall, the manager is a former World Padel Champion for England who organizes programs and runs a lively club house.The Octogono hard courts
Soto Tennis Academy is led by former British Number 1 Doubles player Daniel Kiernan, STA has quickly established a reputation for tennis excellence and sporting development in Spain and Europe, attracting high-quality coaching staff and players. STA offers full-time tennis training programmes combined with education to players aged 12 and above. They also offer tennis camps and tennis holidays for adults and children all year round.
What To Do After Playing Tennis at Octogono Tennis Club-Explore Sotogrande
A beautiful community with one of Spains most notable marinas. Crashing waves and beachside eateries. It’s a great place to hang out after playing tennis at Octogono. Sotogrande is the largest privately owned residential development in Andalusia.
Originally a gated community, it is located in the municipality of San Roque, Cádiz, Spain, southern Europe and is composed of a 20 square kilometres (8 sq mi) stretch from the Mediterranean Sea 25 km east of Gibraltar, back into the foothills of Sierra Almenara, providing contrasting views of sea, hills, cork forests andgreen fairways, including the Rock of Gibraltar and Morocco. (information courtesy of Wikipedia)
Where to Stay When Playing at Octogono Tennis Club in Sotogrande-El Diplmatico Feo (The Ugly Diplomat)
El Diplomatico Feo B&B is a lifelong dream realized for a couple who are recently retired Canadian diplomats. Each of their spacious and comfortable suites have been decorated in a theme that reflects their postings, Sri Lanka, Phillipines, Thailand, with treasures gathered throughout their travels. Bruce and Ingrid are amazing hosts, serving a breakfast that is beyond belief. The bonus, the couple plays tennis twice a week at mixer at the Octogono Club in nearby Sotogrande, and they’d be happy if you dropped in with them.
Their spectacular B&B in Andalucia’s sun-drenched southwest backs onto a natural park with the largest concentration of cork trees in the world. It is a gateway to Seville, Gibraltar, Jerez, Ronda and the Costa del Sol.