3 free kids’ clubs and an area for toddlers – the only rule is: have fun!
Le Club Pirates
For pirates and princesses aged 4 – 7! Come and enjoy yourself at the Club Pirates. Team games, sports activities, water games and many more surprises!
Le Club Barracudas
At Club Barracudas 8 – 11 year-olds can choose from a busy activity programme all week. Leave your parents to their own devices and come and set off on an adventure through the holiday village – you’ll have a ball!
New for 2017 – Le Club Ados
Are you over 12, and would you like to meet young people of your own age? The Club Ados is for you! Major sports tournaments, sumo wrestling and races in the park are some of the activities available at this new club! In the evening you can party with your friends at the Kuda Nightclub!
And for toddlers, there’s the Espace Bubbles!
With their parents, children from 1 -3 years old can dress up, explore the mini-gym and dabble in messy play with painting and sticking, glitter, stickers, feathers, etc.
Evening entertainment for children
Meet Max, Patch and Lili
Come and meet Max and his friends and listen to their stories in our kids’ show! Two to four times a week you can dance, play games, win prizes, and above all, have fun!
An unforgettable memory – a photo with our three friends Max, Patch & Lili! You will be entered into the draw to win a fantastic prize!
One to three times a week, in the evening, the Barracudas have a party: Kuda Nightclub, a picnic with friends, forming a flash mob, street-dance lessons are just some of the many possibilities reserved for teenagers.
For teenagers – come an join in some crazy games! Treasure hunts, night-time volleyball, challenges, etc.
Whatever your age, become a star by taking part in our kids’ show! Takes place once a week during the school holidays. Drama, singing, dance, magic or something else – this is your golden opportunity to get up on our big stage and show us your talents! A great time awaits budding artistes and their families!
The Kids Clubs are open 5½ days a week.
The clubs are not child-care facilities, so we ask parents to be contactable at all times.