As in any large self-respecting Spanish city, there are clubs of padel all over the place Valence. Padel Magazine select 4 clubs to play in the city of Turia.
This club owes its name to its 7 indoor courts, but an expansion of the club made it possible to build 4 additional tracks. The name is losing its meaning, but this is not to displease the “Valenciano.as”.
Situated not far from the historic center, this club is ideal if you are passing through Valence and want to play indoors.
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Address: Polígon Industrial de Vara de Quart, Carrer dels Llanterners, 6, 46014 Valencia, Spain.
Simple and efficient ! This public multi-sport center offers booking platform very easy to use that allows you to play 90 minutes for less than 5 euros per person !
These are outdoor infrastructures in very good condition that will allow you to enjoy the padel, sun at a reduced price and a stone's throw from the very trendy district of Russafa.
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Address : Carrer de Bernat Descoll, 21, 46026, Valencia, Spain
If you want to play padel in a more hype environment, you can choose the club Enjoy! Located not far from the City of Arts and Sciences, this club is easy to access.
Features 10 courts of padel (7 semi-indoor and 3 outdoor), this center has many services that will allow you to complete your game of padel by a tour in the heated swimming pool, the jacuzzi, the panoramic sauna, or the fitness room. A very complete space for children and is also available.
Address: Avenida de Francia, s / n 46023 Valencia, Spain
Club of padel Carpesa
Located in theNorth of the city, in the neighborhood of New town, the club of Carpesa allows you to play outdoors on courts with windows, but also on some old-fashioned courts, with walls.
Un Very nice home, or application easy to use to reserve slots, and affordable prices to take advantage of padel à Valence.
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Camino Carpesa Moncada, 2, 46025 Valencia, Spain
The river Turia that crosses the city was drained several decades ago. The town hall of Valence has decided to set up a beautiful crossing park, sprinkled withpublic sports facilities. This walk is particularly pleasant, and you can enjoy most of the sports facilities, including some courts of padel to book !
From his names, we can guess his Spanish and Italian origins. Lorenzo is a multilingual passionate about sports: journalism by vocation and events by adoration are his two legs. Its ambition is to cover the biggest sporting events (Olympic Games and Worlds). He is interested in the situation of padel in France, and offers prospects for optimal development.