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AKS Hinitsa Bay Hotel Offers Greek Tennis Experience this Summer

AKS Hinitsa Bay hotel, Porto Heli

The AKS Hinitsa Bay hotel in Porto Heli, is offering its guests the opportunity to enjoy a premium sports tourism experience this summer with its “Tennis in Greece” camp.

From July 9-25, the hotel will host Greek experienced coach Filippos Karafylidis and the Tennis in Greece team who will offer tennis training courses against the backdrop of Porto Heli’s beautiful landscape.

According to an announcement, Tennis in Greece consists of experienced certified coaches, who, based on their love for tennis, can enhance the skills and improve the technique of each player through high-level group training and matches.

AKS Hinitsa Bay’s tennis camp is open to all, regardless of age or level.

For experienced players, it is a unique opportunity to practice their skills, get to know each other and share their love for the sport with other players.

Beginners can get familiar with the wonderful world of tennis and enjoy an alternative activity during your holidays.

The AKS Hinitsa Bay hotel (renovated in 2016) is located in one of the most picturesque areas of the Peloponnese overlooking the island of Spetses.

Its spacious landscape and secluded sandy beach with breathtaking views over the tranquil Hinitsa island and the town of Spetses, offers a great variety of opportunities to sun lovers. The hotel is situated in the midst of this natural beauty and serenity, and  considered ideal for families and couples.

The AKS Hinitsa Bay also hosts corporate events and large-scale conferences as a satellite hotel for the AKS Porto Heli Conference Centre.

It is accessible by car or hydrofoil in 2 ½ hours from Athens.

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