Tennis clubs

Tennis Clubs in Marbella

Puente Romano is a members-only tennis club with 10 tennis courts and four padel courts. Full membership of the club for adults is 720 euros a year for paddle and proper tennis, with a spouse… More →

Miraflores is located halfway between Marbella and Fuengirola, has six all-weather courts and the club organises round-robin Sunday tournaments, as do most clubs. Other facilities include two… More →

This club has clay courts, paddle tennis, private lessons and coaching in other languages, you will find it opposite Puente Romano Hotel past the Mosque.

This club has a total of six courts, and covers all three of the Grand Slam surfaces (hard, clay and grass.) Here you can enjoy playing tennis with amazing views of the Marbella mountainside.… More →

The Hofsaess Tennis Academy is a centre for aspiring players founded by the former German team trainer Klaus Hofsaess and his wife. The training includes tennis practice, fitness workouts and… More →

Don Carlos Tennis and Sports Club is a family orientated club with great facilities. It has seven clay tennis courts, two rebound ace courts, a fitness centre and an open air multi-sport game… More →

El Casco Tennis Club offers a variety of ways to enjoy tennis. It has six clay and four hard courts, with membership, restaurant and accommodation facilities all available. El Casco also has four… More →

The Nueva Alcántara Paddle and Tennis club has four grass tennis courts and 11 paddle tennis courts, of which five are glass walled. The club is in partnership with the Hotel Guadalmina, the… More →

Marbella has an ideal climate for playing tennis throughout the year. Its tennis clubs have very good facilities and a wide range of services. See below the tennis clubs in Marbella.

A beautiful setting for a gym in a light and open room, but with limited equipment compared to some of the larger gyms in the area. The Fitness Club is secondary to the 10 tennis and 4 paddle… More →


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