Inclusive activity at our Beach Clubs in Greece
Wild swimming on holiday
Wild swimming is garnering a big following in the UK with lots more people taking up the sport every year. We are delighted to be able to offer inclusive wild swimming on our beach club holidays in Kefalonia and Evia.
Make the transition from pool swimming to swimming outdoors in the lovely warm waters of the Greek islands. Swim the crystal clear waters of Greece from our Lixouri Bay beach club and Stira Bay beach clubs in the Greek islands.
- Calm morning seas, perfect for a swim
- Gently shelving beaches and crystal clear water
- Large, safe sea swimming areas
- Warm waters and glorious Greek island sunshine
- Supported morning swims and self-swim options
- We provide swim floats
- Switch off and swim
- Support boat for peace of mind
- Spot turtles and other aquatic wildlife
- Stunning swim destinations
- Early morning calm
- Peaceful swimming areas
Early morning swims
The best time for a swim is first thing in the morning before the wind starts to pick up. The sea is like glass and there is nothing more refreshing than a morning swim to wake you up. A few lengths around the swimming area will really set you up for the day and you can work up an appetite for breakfast.
For the fitness enthusiasts, both clubs have a lovely long stretch of beach, so after a morning run, you can dive in the sea to cool off. You could also combine a wild swim with some relaxing morning yoga available during your week at both beach clubs as part of the Healthy Options package.
Where can I try wild swimming?
Wild swimming is an inclusive activity at our Lixouri Bay beach club in Kefalonia, Stira Bay beach club in Evia and our Villa Club holidays.
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