Play Paddle Tennis at its Spanish Birthplace

Tennis may be a perennial favourite for most, but have you ever tried paddle tennis? Beloved by Spaniards, it’s thought to have been invented in Mexico in the 1960s before being introduced to Spain soon after by Puente Romano founder and pioneer Prince Alfonso de Hohenlohe. His love for the sport meant he built the very first paddle court in Marbella, ensuring it would live on in Andalucía. The game is now considered a national sport despite its Andalusian roots, with courts all over the country and many Spaniards passionate about this fun variation of tennis. We make sure to keep this fun traditional alive by providing expert coaches to suit the age and level of all players. Each of our paddle tennis professionals have been accredited by the Real Federación Española of Tennis, ensuring our guests have access to the sport’s best teachers.

The Small Print

  • From 63 EUR per person
  • Available year round
  • Duration approximately 50 minutes
  • Minimum age of 3 years old