Discover the Sports Camp for Kids: Sport, Fun, and Adventure in a Safe and Motivating Environment.

The summer is starting, and many parents are beginning to think about how to organize activities for their little ones!

Children often spend a lot of time in front of the television, computers, tablets, and mobile phones, sitting in positions that are not healthy. Moreover, this is usually accompanied by a lack of outdoor physical activity. As a result, real-life interactions are being replaced by virtual ones, and the motivation to engage in sports and maintain a healthy lifestyle diminishes.

Tenerife Top Training Sports Center is organizing its Summer Sports Camp for the eleventh consecutive year. The camp has already become very popular in the area, as it sparks interest in children and their parents, promoting an awareness of their health while fostering social values such as cooperation, fairness, respect, and autonomy.

The camp will take place at Tenerife Top Training from July 1st to July 26th  2024 (4 weeks).

Languages: Spanish, English

Summer Camp Information

Camp Summary :

  • Ages: Children from 6 to 14 years old. (2010-2018)
  • Group Division: Children will be grouped according to their age.
  • Supervision: Each group will be supervised by a monitor responsible for 15 to 25 children.
  • Camp Location: Tenerife Top Training, in the south of Tenerife Island.
  • Duration: The camp will run for 4 weeks, from July 1st to July 26th 2024 (4 weeks).

Camp Schedule :

  • Days: Monday to Friday.
  • Timing: From 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
  • Accommodation: Overnight stays are not provided.


  • Lunch: Daily lunch will be provided at the facilities.
  • Catering: The camp’s catering company takes care of the food.
  • Menu: The menu includes options for meat or fish, as well as fruits and vegetables.
  • Raise awareness about the importance of physical activity and healthy habits for improving quality of life and well-being.
  • Learn and benefit from the various sports and recreational activities that will be carried out.
  • Foster creativity and imagination.
  • Enhance basic physical abilities through a playful and recreational environment.
  • Instill values such as respect for nature, camaraderie, generosity, empathy, solidarity, and inclusivity.
  • Learn to apply all the acquired knowledge to everyday life.”

The camp’s schedule is designed by licensed, experienced, and sport-oriented monitors. The program includes classes and training sessions in various sports and activities such as tennis, paddle tennis, squash, soccer, beach volleyball, swimming, water polo, gymnastics, athletics, and more. Children will have the opportunity to practice over 20 different sports, allowing them to explore and choose the sport they enjoy the most for their future. The classes and activities are conducted in a playful manner, keeping the children enthusiastic and motivated. Previous experience in any sport or specific fitness level is not required to participate in the camp.

For children who haven’t practiced any sport before the camp, this will serve as a great starting point to engage in one. If a child is already involved in some sports, their participation in the camp will help them further refine their skills.

Each day, the children will have lunch on the T3 facilities, and every Friday, special activities prepared by our expert monitors will take place, such as zip-lining, climbing, kayaking, games, contests, competitions, and much more. Additionally, in some cases, we have specialized coaches for specific sports, elevating the level of training exponentially.


Here is the campus menu provided by Adeje Cocina. The menus come with individual portions.

In some cases, the company reserves the right to modify the menu some days.

Participants with allergies may have a different menu, depending on the type of allergy.

  • Athletics: They will develop activities such as sprinting, endurance races, jumping, throwing, etc.
  • Rhythmic Act. Rhythmic: Physical activities based on sound, such as zumba, aerobics, choreography, etc.
  • Artistic activities: Work spaces to develop drawing concepts and other handicrafts.
  • Initiation to fitness: Strength work through functional exercises.
  • Minibasket: They will work on basic aspects of basketball in smaller spaces.
  • Canarian sports: They will learn games and activities of the Canarian culture, such as Canarian wrestling, bocha, etc.
  • Aquatic activities: They will carry out recreational activities in the swimming pool, such as water polo, underwater activities, etc.
  • Body Expression: Through various exercises they will learn and improve non-verbal communication skills through body expression.
  • Tennis: They will work on the basic tennis skills, such as serve, forehand, backhand, etc.
  • Psychomotor skills: They will develop basic motor skills, such as running, jumping, throwing, catching, etc.
  • Paddle-tennis : Specific activities of the sport, such as serving, balloon, auction, etc
  • Football : They will work on tactical, technical and recreational aspects of the sport.
  • Swimming : They will develop and improve the technical aspects of the different swimming styles.

You can now click here to discover the camps schedule.

Tenerife Top Training (T3) is one of the best sports centers in Europe, where top athletes, national teams, and world-class teams train. T3 is located in the southern part of Tenerife, in a peaceful area called La Caleta, just 10 minutes away from the popular tourist hub of Playa de Las Américas. The location benefits from an exceptionally mild climate, with temperatures ranging from 18-25°C, providing optimal conditions for outdoor sports activities. T3 offers a wide range of sports facilities and equipment

Coaches and camp sports coordinator



Iván Fuentes Álvarez, from Tenerife, has been involved in sports since the age of 5. His education is focused on Physical Activity and Sports Sciences, complemented with a Master’s degree in High-Performance Sports and Health. He is an active collaborator with the Physical Education Association, providing advice on physical education and serving as an expert witness in physical fitness tests for security and emergency forces in the Canary Islands. With over 8 years of experience, he has worked with high-performance tennis players and fulfilled various roles as a personal trainer, sports readaptation specialist, sports coordinator, and fitness coach for football teams.

Héctor Oda Domínguez

Héctor Oda Domínguez, from Tenerife, is a sports professional with extensive training and experience. He holds a degree in Physical Activity and Sports Sciences and completed master’s programs in High-Performance Sports and Physical Education. Additionally, he has a strong background as a Personal Trainer and has worked with renowned academies such as Club Atlético de Madrid and Club Deportivo Leganés. Currently, he serves as a fitness coach for the Juvenil A team at Club Deportivo Tenerife, in the Division of Honor Juvenil League.

Camp Coaches










Registration for the camp opens between March 25 and April 1.
For now, you can sign up for the waiting list and we will inform you as soon as registration opens.

To sign up for the waiting list, please fill out the following form:

4 weeks



620 €



  • 30 Euro discount for registrations before May 15, 2024.
  • Discounts for second sibling 10% and for third sibling 15%

3 weeks



499 €


  • There are no early registration discounts.
  • Discounts for second sibling 10% and for third sibling 15%

FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

Can I sign up for the camp for less than 3 weeks?

Unfortunately, due to the way the camp is organized, we can only offer sign-ups for 3 weeks or more. However, we do have a minimum price option for 3 weeks that you can use if you want to participate for less than 3 weeks.

Can I sign up for 3 non-consecutive weeks of camp?

No, unfortunately, the camp weeks are consecutive. This means that you must sign up for 3 consecutive weeks. You can either sign up for the first 3 weeks or the last 3 weeks.

How are the groups formed?

The groups are formed by age. Children born in the same year are grouped together. For example, the smallest group would be for children born between 2017 and 2018, and so on.

Due to limited space and organizational reasons, changing groups is not allowed.

Do I need to bring any materials to do the activities?

No, you do not need to bring any materials to do the activities. The center provides all the necessary materials for the activities, including:

  • Rackets
  • Balls
  • Sports equipment
  • Art supplies
  • Etc.

However, it is important that you bring the following:

  • Hat
  • Sunscreen
  • Water bottle or container (the center provides water)
  • Comfortable shoes for sports
  • Snack for second breakfast (can be a sandwich, fruit, yogurt)

Here is a complete list of what is recommended to have: here

Can the participant choose the activities they want to participate in?

No, the activities are designed for the group and it is expected that all participants will participate in them. The activities are subject to a schedule and it is important that all participants integrate into the group dynamics to make the most of the camp experience.

In the event that a participant refuses to participate in an activity, they will not be forced. However, they will have to wait until their group finishes the activity to continue with the program. The monitors will do everything possible to motivate the children to participate in all the activities, since active participation is essential for their personal and social development.

If the participant cannot participate in any activity due to medical prescription or injury, it is important that it is reported in the medical information form.

How is the food organized?

Lunch is included in the price of the camp and is provided by a catering company. It consists of a three-course meal: a starter, a main course, and a dessert.

You can download the menu here : Available soon

In addition to lunch, participants can bring a snack for second breakfast. This snack can be a sandwich, fruit, yogurt, or something similar.

What are the drop-off and pick-up times for children?

Children can be dropped off at the main gate of the center until 9:00 AM. Parents or legal guardians must sign the drop-off sheet when they leave their children.

Children can be picked up from the main gate of the center from 4:45 PM onwards. Parents or legal guardians must sign the pick-up sheet when they pick up their children.

We ask that you be punctual when dropping off and picking up your children. Punctuality is important for the smooth running of the camp and for the well-being of the children.

Is early pick-up possible?

Yes, early pick-up is an option. Children can be picked up from the center’s reception desk starting at 8:30 AM. A monitor will be on duty to receive the children.

Please note that no activities will be taking place during early pick-up. Children will be waiting in the reception area until the start of camp.

If you would like to use the early pick-up option, please indicate this on the registration form.

What language is the camp taught in?

The camp is taught in both Spanish and English. The camp is international, so we have many children from both local and other European countries. Most of the children speak two or three languages.

What if my child doesn't speak either Spanish or English?

In that case, it would be difficult for them to participate in the camp. If they can’t understand what the counselors are saying and can’t communicate with the other children, they won’t be able to enjoy the camp. We recommend that children only participate if they have at least an intermediate level in English or Spanish.