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Clubs and Groups in Javea

Clubs and Groups in Javea
There are many clubs and groups in Javea, offering activities for children and adults alike. There is a big expat community and joining a club or group is a great way to get to know people.

Whether you are looking to get fit, lose weight, play cards, dance, sew, knit and craft- there is something for everyone.

There are several martial arts clubs for children and adults, ranging from Tajitsu, Karate, Judo and self- defence classes for adults and children. Some of these classes are held in dedicated private facilities or held in the local sports centre run by the council.

If you are looking to get fit and want to join an exercise class there are many groups and gyms offering a huge array of sporting activities from HIIT, fitball, fit zone, body form, spinning, Zumba, bums and tums and much many more. One of the new fitness/ dance clubs opened is Fit steps this merges fitness and dance and is enjoyed by both men and women.

For a more sedate from of exercise you will find several beach front bars and restaurants have Yoga classes in the morning looking out to sea. There are also clubs and classes for Tai Chi and Pilates.

If you like to dance then you can join a club to learn line dancing, salsa, jive, tango and ballroom dancing. There are several locations where these classes are held. There are also several dance schools for children and throughout the year these students put on performances in local auditoriums.
For teams sports there are facilities and clubs for football, basketball, rugby and paddle tennis. For children there is a good set-up for the local football and basketball teams.

Other activities for children are gymnastics, tennis and sailing. There is the David Ferrer tennis club, where children come from all over Spain come to be part of the David Ferrer tennis academy. The Club Nautica offers free lessons for children in its sailing school. Adults can also learn to sail at the club, or as seasoned sailers, you can be part of the large sailing community, sailing all around the Mediterranean.

Javea and the surrounding area has some great scenery and walks, which the Costa Blanca walkers enjoy and you can explore the area with them from gentle walks to more taxing mountain climbs.

If you like treading the boards then there is an amateur dramatics society that puts on various plays throughout the year. There is a male voice choir with members across the Costa Blanca, who perform regularly.

If you prefer a more leisurely pastime then you have 2 bridge clubs in Javea, a knitting  club, sewing and craft groups.

If you are trying to lose weight then there is a weightwatchers group, with slimmers supporting each other in their quest to lose weight.
The U3A has a group here in Javea and here is a list of their most recent activities.

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Australian Canasta
Badminton
Bird Watching
Book Club (Two Groups)
Book and DVD Swap
Bridge (non beginners)
Canasta
Cards For Fun
Cribbage
Cultural Arts
Dancing: Modern Sequence
Beginners Digital SLR Photography
Dine and Dance
Dining Out
Discussion
Family History
Gentle Aerobics
Guitar Courses
History
Ladies Friday Padel
Ladies That Lunch
Not Just Folk Music
Painting in Watercolour
Petanque
Poetry for Pleasure
Quiz Night
Railways
Rummikubs
Sit And Be Fit
Snooker
Sunday Singles
Spanish Culture & Cuisine
Spanish Classes
Table Tennis
Travel
Travellers’ Tales
Walks Gentle
Walks Health
Walks Intermediate
Wine Appreciation
Live Model Art
Mexican Train
Mahjong

 

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