Pádel is a hugely popular sport across the whole of Spain but especially in Jávea. If you have not played pádel before, it’s like a combination of tennis and squash, and depending on the level of skill of the players, can require a high level of athleticism. Javea has 2 main centres for pádel, the first is the ‘Club de Tenis Jávea’ which specialises more in Tennis, however it does have pádel courts available for rent, the second is ‘Paris 24’. Paris 24 is a local pádel club open to players of all skill levels, offering 6 pádel courts for either solo or team play.
You don’t have to bring your own racket or balls as these can be supplied by the club. The club also offers training for those in need from the friendly staff and often hosts tournaments with different categories for different skill levels, with prizes for the winners. It also has a pool with a built-in, swim up bar so the kids will be entertained splashing around, whilst the adults can relax with a freshly prepared mojito in hand… so everyone’s happy! If you start to get hungry, Paris also has a kitchen that serves food fresh to order, at very reasonable prices. You can find links to both of the clubs online web pages at the bottom of the page.
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Video – How to play Padel
What To Bring?
Comfortable Clothing – A game of pádel requires a lot of movement so it would be wise to wear non restrictive clothing. The usual attire seen at the club would be a pair of sports shorts, a sports top and some form of comfortable sports sneakers, but ultimately the choice is yours!
A Towel and Swimming Attire – After a long hard-fought game of pádel, you’ll most likely exit the courts a sweating mess and nothing will be more inviting than the club’s pool situated in between the courts and the exit… feel free jump in for the ultimate refreshment and dry off on one of the many sun loungers.
Water – Whether you buy it from the bar or bring your own water bottle, it’s essential to stay hydrated whilst playing, especially in the summer months when shade is practically non-existent!
How to get to Pádel in Jávea
The Paris 24 Pádel Club is located just over 250m SouthWest of the Arenal Beach. To get there from the Blanca Cars office one must…
Head southwest on the ‘Avenida Arenal’ and take your first left across the crossroads and find a parking space as the club is on the right hand side!
Arenal area in Javea
Arenal in Javea in Spain is the area located next to the main sandy beach of Javea. El Arenal is the town’s main tourist centre with many services such as restaurants of local and international cuisine, shops, bars and the Tennis Club. In Arenal in Javea you will also find beautiful residential apartments and bungalows with communal pool and gardens within walking distance of the sea.
At the promenade along Arenal beach you can find all kinds of shops and also there is a large number of apartmentbuildings that reach 100% occupancy in the summer months and a wide variety of restaurants. The Canal de La Fontana is another attraction of this area and has Marina Nou Fontana which is a unique nautical facility with almost 500 moorings designed for boats. It also has a nautical school and the possibility of practicing your favorite water sports.
This district has undergone major growth in recent years. In its northern end, there was a major Roman settlement, where the Parador de Turismo de Xàbia is now located. In the northern part is the Parador hotel that provides a special touch with its gardens and in its southern part is the Punta del Castell viewpoint.. View properties for sale in Javea Arenal
Contact information Club de Padel Paris 24
Address: L’ancora, Avinguda de Paris, 24, 03730 Xàbia, Alicante
Contact information Club de Tenis Jávea
Address: Club de tenis de Javea, Ctra. del Cap de la Nau Pla, 118, 03730 Xàbia, Alicante