Wednesday, May 22, 2024

Sports courses in Javea 2022/23 – for all ages and abilities

The Sports department has presented a publication highlighting sports courses for the 2022-2023 season. 

The magazine is intended to provide a global vision of sports schools, clubs, available facilities (and how to access them) as well as the main events in the annual calendar.

It also classifies classes by age and needs as well as by the promoters of each particular sport.

In the case of those promoted by the City Council itself, on Monday, August 1st, registration for municipal sports schools will open. There are a number of activities such as badminton, paddle tennis, motor skills, psycho-sports, mountain biking, football, swimming and – new this year – initiation and improvement in skating.

Enrolment, which must be done through the APP Sportia, will be open until September 10th, with a price of 70 euros per course.

At adult level, under the “En Moviment” programme, functional training, therapeutic swimming or swimming for adults, gap/aerobics and Zumba are offered, in addition to the Supera’t group aimed at people with functional diversity.

There are other initiatives that Sports promotes throughout the year, such as the Xàbia Esports Educa program (within schools and free), the Dona i Esport cycle or the Day of l’Esport and the Festa de l ‘Sport.

A further wide range comes from clubs and entities specialising in Martial Arts, basketball, athletics, cycling, chess, pigeon farming, soccer, gymnastics, handball, hockey, mountaineering, nautical activities, pilota, rugby, volleyball or tennis, among others.

The sports publication also explains how to reserve municipal facilities such as the weight rooms, paddle tennis courts, 8-a-side soccer etc., also through the Sportia APP.

The mayor, José Chulvi, has highlighted the importance of having a guide like this in order to have all the wide and varied offer in Xàbia in a single medium, an activity declared essential in the pandemic. Chulvi has also highlighted the great work of the department led by Tur in making sport accessible to all and taking advantage of its potential as a tool for inclusion.

The information booklet can be found in the different sports facilities, tourist offices and on the website at:-


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