Tennis and pádel have always been very popular games to watch but in recent times they’ve become popular as healthy hobbies. Aside from all the benefits they bring to your body like burning fat, improving cardiovascular health, maintaining energy levels, controlling physical and mental stress; they’re a great opportunity to socialize and also create family bonds. Here’s a list of our favorite facilities to play at in Barcelona.
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The Real Club de Tenis de Barcelona
The 100th Anniversary of RCTB de Pedralbes is considered one of the most prestigious tennis club in Spain, a national and international benchmark and one of the best tennis clubs in the world. Famous tennis players such as Rafael Nadal and more have been trained on its courts. Today, numerous tennis events are held here, including the Conde de Godó tennis tournament, which is the most prestigious in Spain.
The school consists of more than 600 students divided into seven categories: mini tennis, base, benjamins, modernization, competition, adult and university students, with each group having its own hours and prices. The students not only acquire a high technical level, but also develop a number of very important values of this sport.
Carrer de Bosch i Gimpera, 5-13
Club Esportiu Laietà
You can enjoy playing tennis in Barcelona at Club Esportiu Laietà. It covers 22,000 m² on which there are 15 clay tennis courts and many sports facilities within itself. What is most remarkable about their superb location next to Camp Nou in Les Corts district and their fantastic facilities is their aim to continue to be one of the best schools in Catalonia. There is tennis for everyone and all ages, divided into categories: mini tennis, beginners, advanced, competition and adults. Their school has more than 460 students.
Carrer Pintor Ribalta, 2
Club Tennis Barcino
Located in an unbeatable setting in the Sarrià-Sant Gervasi district, this sports club is one of the oldest in Barcelona. Surrounded by green areas and gardens, it has very extensive facilities, both indoors and outdoors; that allow you to practice a wide variety of sports, including 11 clay tennis courts and two mini tennis courts.
The tennis school, with more than 300 students, has a competitive group that achieves excellent results every season in championships at Catalan and Spanish level, and also organizes various competitions between members. The great team of trainers offer lessons Monday to Friday as well as the opportunity to take private lessons.
Plaça de Narcisa Freixas, 2
Club Natació Barcelona
Club Natació Barcelona is a sports and wellness complex located very close to the Hotel W in Barceloneta. It is a huge complex with several facilities for all types of people: swimming pools, gyms, pádel tennis courts, squash courts and frontons. They have three outdoor courts with a glass wall and artificial grass for practicing paddle tennis.
It is worth knowing this place where you can play pádel tennis in Barcelona when the weather is good. It is a very popular location, so the spots are in high demand, but it’s definitely worth playing in a beautiful place where you can spend hours with friends.
For pádel fans, note you can also play on the courts at CNAB Barcelona, right next door.
Passeig de Joan de Borbó, 93
Indoor Pádel Barcelona
If you don’t want to worry about (unlikely) weather issues when organizing a game, you must visit Indoor Pádel Barcelona, the only complex with indoor courts in the city of Barcelona, Sant Martí. It has five state-of-the-art courts with LED lighting, changing rooms, a relaxation area and other facilities for adapted pádel tennis.
The association has a school for children and adults for those who are interested in learning and playing, offers private lessons and also organizes tournaments of different categories for everyone. Not only that, inside there is a nice terrace with a TV, where you can watch sports and have a fun time with your friends after the games.
Carrer de Veneçuela, 78
Pádel 7 is a sports center for the exclusive practice of this sport and has various facilities including one in the Sant Martí district and another in the Sant Andreu district of Barcelona. It has some of the best pádel courts in Barcelona, both indoors and outdoors, so you can choose the plan that suits you best for every occasion.
They also offer courses for children and organize competitions and championships throughout the year. Prices can range from 8 to 30 euros depending on the type of pádel tennis you want to play and the day and time of the reservation.
If you want to improve your tennis or pádel game, we hope you enjoy these great places that offer a wide range of courses for all levels and ages, from children to adults. Don’t wait any longer and enjoy a game today along with our Barcelona eBike Tour TOP 10!