Three places in Italy where to play padel on summer vacation combining fun, relax and safety.
Have you booked a summer vacation to Italy but don’t plan to leave your padel racket at home? If you are also a Padel Addict, you don’t have to worry.
Padel fever has hit Italy too, and by now, even its most popular summer tourist destinations have started building padel courts along their coastlines, combining fun, relaxation and safety. Here are 3 examples below
3 places in Italy where to play padel in summer
Sicily, famous for its history and beautiful coastline, there are several padel clubs in the areas of Palermo, Catania and Siracusa. Because between one “Arancino” and another, a game of paddle-tennis never hurts!
Sardinia, is home to some of the most amazing and famous beaches in the world and is now on the Italian padel map with areas just like the beautiful Sant’Antioco and Sassari.
Finally moving north, there is Liguria, where among mountains, hills and small villages perched over the sea, dozens of padel courts are springing up, as in the area of Alassio, Imperia and Sanremo.
Having padel courts near the sea, however, is not for everyone. Attention must be paid to the materials that make up the court, to preserve its durability, reduce maintenance, and to ensure that safety is put first.
Padel courts’ structures built near the sea are particularly prone to rusting and discolouration due to salt and constant exposure to sunlight.
This does not happen with Fiberglass, an innovative material patented by NXPadel chemically anti-rust and anti-UV and therefore requires zero maintenance but also, look after padel player safety combined with the special-designed “synthetic glass”: ComfortGlass
Thanks to the great elasticity of Fiberglass, bumping into a mesh in an attempt to retrieve a ball from your opponent will never be a problem, and you won’t risk spending the rest of your vacation with shoulder pain. Similarly, bumping into the “glass” will pose no risk of it breaking, due to the great strength mixed with an uncomparable shock-absorption of ComfortGlass.
In conclusion, what could be nicer than combining vacations in Italy and Padel? It is also a great way to feel less guilty after eating all the delicacies this amazing country has to offer. If you then play on Fiberglass and ComfortGlass courts by NXPadel, guilt about getting hurt even on vacation will be truly zero.
All you have to do is pack your suitcase and, at this point, don’t forget your racket!
You may be interested in: