Football Tour to La Manga
With everything on your door step, La Manga Club really is the place to go when it comes to your football tour. Equipment such as goal posts, nets, cones, hurdles and massage benches are all available at the resort. Matches can be arranged with local opposition (subject to time of year and availability) as well as including a dinner package to your tour so that every meal time is taken care of - so all you need to worry about is your training sessions and fixtures! With year-round warm weather - you can't go wrong!
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- • 4 nights’ B&B accommodation
- • 3 x daily packed lunches
- • 3 full days football pitch use
- • Use of 1 self-drive mini bus for internal transfers within the resort
- • Services of Smile local representatives
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What our customers say about us
"A thoroughly enjoyable experience!!"
"Amazing experience for both staff and pupils. The standard of netball was spot on and challenged our girls at the right level. Organisation of the days was great, we got to experience the true culture of our destinations and were looked after very well. A thoroughly enjoyable experience!! Thank you!"
"An unforgettable week."
“Another incredible visit to Antigua thanks to Smile Group Travel. Cricket in the Sir Vivian Richards stadium was unforgettable and local legends Sir Richie Richardson and Kenny Benjamin dropped in too! Richie even signed a miniature bat for every student as a souvenir! Big thanks to Graeme and the team for ensuring staff and students had an unforgettable week!”
"Many thanks to Smile for giving the boys their first opportunity at recognising what is involved in a rugby tour!"
"The boys had two great fixtures against tough opposition. They were hosted in true Irish style! The hotel was perfect for what the boys needed, we were very well looked after. Many thanks to Smile for giving the boys their first opportunity at recognising what is involved in a rugby tour!"