Club La Santa - the world's number one active holiday resort
Club La Santa is the world’s number one active holiday resort. Based on the sun soaked island of Lanzarote, the facilities boast 80 different sports and activities to choose from. This unique destination is the perfect place for you experience so much more than just a holiday.
Dive into any one of the three 50 m swimming pools! Take a swing at racket sports, relax and unwind by the pool, or jump on your bike and explore wall that the magical island of Lanzarote has to offer.
The greatest thing about Club La Santa is that is fully inclusive! There is something for everyone, and what you do is entirely up to you! You are free to do as much or as little as you like.
Club La Santa welcomes everyone, whether you are a solo traveller, part of group, or visiting with your family, Club La Santa can facilitate the perfect holiday for you.
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Here at Sports Travel International, we are the official Club La Santa agent for Ireland, and together we proudly offer a brilliant active holiday experience.
The resort is due to reopen soon, with the latest COVID- 19 information available here.
If you are going to Club La Santa with your family, you can rest (or train) easy, knowing that everything you could possibly need is available within the Club La Santa resort. Our Green Team will be on hand, with a wide range of activities and specialist sports courses, to keep the youngsters busy and entertained, while you do … whatever takes your fancy!
Club La Santa is the perfect resort for those wanting to participate in warm weather training camps. It combines brilliant facilities with expert coaching to ensure people can achieve whatever goals they have set themselves.
For the Runners
Everyday, there is the option to take part in a morning run around the lagoon. The run is led by the Green Team and is a great opportunity to meet other guests. This run follows the traditional 8 am Morning Gymnastics (think warm up) and combining the both is a great way to start the new day with a boost at Club La Santa.
Throughout the week there are several running activities and events on offer; all hosted by the expert Green Team. These include: a running technique session, interval training at the track, 8 km Hill Run, and Off Road runs, as well as various informal races, ranging from 5k all the way up to half marathon. Participation in everything is free of charge and gives you the chance to meet other running enthusiasts. The off road runs in particular also give you an excellent opportunity to take in the beauty of Club La Santa and the surrounding area.
The routes are available for you if you want to head out and try them on your own. There are also lots of options available involving trails or on the safe quiet roads, and the Green Team are always on hand to offer any route advice or assistance you may require.
For the Cyclists
Consistent, dry weather is a given almost all year round. Rainy days are a rarity, and it will certainly never snow, as it can on other islands such as Mallorca, over the winter. It can get a little warm in the peak summer months, but if you get out early and finish around early afternoon, you should be fine, and can enjoy an easy recovery swim when you get back. Of course, whenever you go to Lanzarote, you have to be prepared for the wind, it’s famous for it. You can expect some winds most days (speeds of 10mph or 16kph are typical).Try to plan your routes, so you don’t have to deal with a headwind for the whole time (unless of course, you want the extra challenge). If you do, ensure you can share the work as part of a group.
The road surfaces, across the entire island, are excellent. The tarmac offers just the right amount of grip, without feeling heavy, and traffic is super quiet. On many rides, you can count the number of cars that pass you on a couple of hands. The island’s terrain offers plenty of variety; there are climbs to be sought out, especially on the volcanic side of the island; but the majority is flat and undulating, which is great for keeping groups together.
The volcanic landscape is unique and dramatic, especially through Timanfaya National Park. A day on a bike probably offers one of the best ways to appreciate the incredible landscape; the entire island has been designated a UNESCO biosphere reserve.
Finally, if you really want to challenge yourself, you can take on the complete Club La Santa IRONMAN Lanzarote bike route. At 112 miles and over 8000 ft it certainly makes for a decent day out.
For the Triathletes
Home of the Europe’s oldest IRONMAN, and indeed the oldest IRONMAN event outside of the USA; CLS and the Club La Santa IRONMAN Lanzarote has beyond any doubt been absolutely instrumental in the rich triathlon tradition on the island. From the three, heated, Olympic sized swimming pools, to the recently resurfaced running track, not to mention the miles and miles of pristine, smooth, and quiet roads; there are countless reasons why Europe’s number one sports and active holiday resort, Club La Santa, has been a haven for triathletes, the world over, for decades.
Top pros, including 2019 IRONMAN World Champion and Club La Santa athlete Anne Haug, take advantage of the unbeatable training facilities for several weeks each year. It is not uncommon to find yourself swimming in a lane, or running on the track, close to one of your sporting heroes. However, it’s not just the pros that can feel the benefit of time spent at Club La Santa. With focused triathlon training camps, catering to a range of abilities, experience levels, and even race distance preferences; you can be sure to find the perfect option for you at Club La Santa.
Three Sports; one destination, for triathlon Club La Santa really is the place to be.