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Fitness Holidays on the Beach: Ultimate European Resorts



While beach holidays are never something to be sniffed at, being able to combine them with fitness holidays gives you the best of both worlds. Life at home may be hectic and, although you’re registered to that gym down the road, because of your busy schedule, you can’t remember the last time you managed to go there. If this sounds like you, a little activity in your vacation could be just what’s needed to help you feel invigorated. With so many fitness opportunities when you book into a beach club, it could mean the perfect break from the rat race for you. 
 
Alternatively, perhaps you want to get a little fitter and need a bit of a kick up the behind to get out and do it? There’s nothing more inspirational and motivational than working out and sampling fitness courses in destinations that don’t include drab dreary weather and the dull four walls of a gymnasium. Beginning your quest for health in a beautiful European resort could be all you need to turn over a new leaf. 

It’s completely up to you how hard you push yourself, too. From the relaxing stretches of yoga and aqua aerobics to the adrenaline fuelled triathlon training camps, there’s something for everyone. Check out some of the incredible resorts available and be inspired enough to book an active holiday this year. 

Sivota
Home to the Triathlon training camp, the fantastic Retreat beachclub offers expert coaching, intense schedules and a range of all-inclusive activities to keep you busy. This comprehensive fitness programme isn’t the only one that exists in the beach club, giving you plenty of options for an active holiday. 

Phokaia
Over the sea in Turkey, is the blissful resort of Phokaia, where you can sample the incredible facilities including an Olympic size swimming pool. It’s also home to a yoga retreat which will enhance emotional, physical and mental growth.
Decide which of the fitness holidays is perfect for you, take the plunge and book it for an active holiday to remember.

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