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1 Συγγραφέας: Γκουτζιούπας Ι.Μ. Γεώργιος ACTIVETOURISMGREECE Vacations from the first moment Sporting Activities, Entertainment, Culture Τίτλος Μελέτης : Θάλασσα Παραλία Πράσινο Μη Αστικό Περιβάλλον. Οι 3 περιοχές διεξαγωγής Αθλητικών Δραστηριοτήτων Αναψυχής που έχουν την ικανότητα να υποστηρίζουν και να αυξάνουν την εισερχόμενη τουριστική κίνηση στην Ελλάδα. Οι αθλητικές δραστηριότητες που έχουν προτεραιότητα. Πετυχημένες Πρακτικές. Προτεινόμενο Μοντέλο Ελληνικού Αθλητικού Τουριστικού Προϊόντος. Προτάσεις Αναπτυξιακής ΣτρατηγικήςΙΟΥΛΙΟΣ 2012

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ACTIVETOURISMGREECEVacations from the first moment

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, . , . 4 , : : 1) Scuba Diving, 2) Windsurfing, Kitesurfing 3) Walking, Hiking, Trekking, Running, 4) Cycling, Mountain Bike : 1) , scuba diving, 2) , walking hiking trekking - running 3) , windsurfing-kitesurfing, 4) , cycling . / Beach Sports (sports related resort hotels). beach volley, beach rackets, beach soccer. // , , , . sports related resort hotels La Santa Neptune . . , , , . . () , . 1995. 2004 , , ( Allways Tourism, , 2007), (2007/8/9), (ALCO, 2008), (2012). (2000-2001-2002). (venue services manager) & (2003-2004) Special Olympics (2011). - Cluster (2005-2006). 2007 2011 ( 2007 4.000 20.000 ). 2010 , . : , , , , , . . 699 727 33 46, [email protected], www.sport-solutions.gr, www.enter-sports.gr

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; // (groups) , : 1. , 2. - , 3. . ( , . , 2006) Standeven De Knop (1999) . Canadian Sport Tourism Alliance, Sport Events Congress 2008, Sport Tourism defined: Any activity in which people are attracted to a particular location as a sport event participant, an event spectator, or to attend sport attractions or business meetings. Dr. David De Villiers, Deputy Secretary-General of World Tourism Organization : The concept tourism sport refers to a tourism activity with sport as the attraction, while sport-tourism refers to sport as the activity and tourism as the result (SETE, 3rd Conference on Tourism and Development, Athens, Greece, 11th October 2004). ; , , , . , , , . , , , / . ( Gammon & Robinson, 1998) : (), . , , . . .

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; , (.. , , , , ), , , / / . - , 5 wellness. ( , 2004, ) () ; 1. Professional Sporting Federations, Organizations, Associations, Teams, Clubs 2. Amateur Sporting Federations, Organizations, Associations, Teams, Clubs 3. Professional Athletes and Trainers 4. Amateur Athletes and Trainers 5. Gyms, Health and Fitness Centers Members 6. Students of Education Institutes, Universities and Schools 7. People with active profile (they work out occasionally at the public parks) 8. Members of Marine, Nautical and Sailing Clubs 9. People heavy smokers and people with fat/weight problems who are following medical treatments that include body work out 10. People with injury problems who are following medical treatments (like swimming) that include body work out, in order to strengthen their body 11. Members of Military Schools, Army Soldiers, Policemen, Fire Department Personnel and other Public Protection Organizations members, who need to be fit 12. People and families who like active holidays/vacations with entertainment sporting activities like beach games. People with an addiction to extreme sports and adrenaline 13. Hospitals, Medical Centers and Institutions, Physiotherapy Centers, Health Centers 14. NGOs focusing at health, physical activity, environment, Disable persons 15. Companies that produce sport equipment and shopping stores that selling sport products ; 1. Travel Agencies and Tour Operators 2. Special Thematic Sports Travel Agencies 3. Adventure Travel Agencies 4. Sport Leisure Holidays Agencies 5. Sporting Events Spectators and Open Events Participants Travel Agencies 6. Companies promoting Outdoor Activities, like trekking, nature hiking, walking holidays, cycling tours, mountain ski vacations 7. Sport Management Companies, Sporting Tournaments Organizing Companies 8. Internet websites, Sports Community Sites, Portals that selling sport products and sport travel packages

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1) Scuba Diving, Snorkelling Queensland (www.tq.com.au/research) : scuba diving (Dive tourism is travel where at least one scuba diving expedition is included). : ) /, SCUBA diving/Self-Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus. . 50 . , 5 30 . , , . , . , / . , . ,

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2) Windsurfing, Kitesurfing , Sea Wind Sports. , Windsurfing, Kitesurfing . Windsurfing Kitesurfing , . . Windsurfing /. Kitesurfing /. , . . , 7-8 . .

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4) Cycling, Mountain Bike , . , , (Julie Fraietta, Tourism Research Analyst, May 2004, Canada). ( ) . Mountain Bike . . , : 76.000 , 50.000 , 12.500 , National Cycle Network 10.500 8.500 .

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5) / Beach Sports , . , , , . . , . , , . / Beach Sports , , , . , , : 1. each Volley ( ) 2. each Rackets ( ) 3. each Soccer ( ) 4. each Basket, ( ) new trend 5. each Jogging/Power Walking ( ) 6. Outdoor Fitness ( ) new trend , , , . , windsurfing, / // waters sports . ( ), , , , , , , . , / , , . Sports related Resort Hotels , . , , ( ) (.. ), (.. ), (.. ) (.. ). ( ), , . , , ( ) , . ,

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. ( ) open tournaments ( , , & ), - . , , , , , , , . . (animation team). , spa & wellness, , yoga, pilates, spin bikes, ( ) . . (social image policies) . : 1. , , . (economy packages) (discount packages) . 2. ( ) / (Giving back to Locals and NGOs). , : A) , , /. , ( ). ) 5% , ( ) , , ( , ). , , ( ). , . / , , , .. : Trainers/Instructors per sport, with diploma at Sports University Sports Manager and Sports Marketing Sports Administrator and Reservations Water / Sea Sports Station Manager Scuba Diving Station Manager Gym, Fitness & Training Centre Head Sports Tours Manager, Escort and Guide Physiotherapist and Ergo therapist Lifeguard, Diet Scientist and Yoga Master

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1. Tennis, lessons by instructor or reservation per hour per court 2. Swimming at the Pool (50m long or 25m long), lessons by instructor 3. Shape your Body, classes Aerobics, Pilates, Stretching, Zumba Active Dance 4. Female Yoga, sessions by Yoga master 5. Fitness & Training, use of the weights for body building with a gym instructor, personal training sessions at the spin bikes and body biking 6. Mini Football, reservation per hour per court 7. Mini Golf, reservation per hour per court 8. Skateboard, lessons by instructor or reservation per hour per skateboard 9. Rollerblade, lessons by instructor or reservation per hour per rollerblades 10. BMX, lessons by instructor or reservation per hour per BMX 11. Pool Games: qua Aerobic & Water polo, group sessions 12. able Tennis, lessons by instructor or reservation per hour per table 13. Badminton, lessons by instructor or reservation per hour per court 14. Darts, reservation per hour per dart 15. Petanque / Bocce / owls, reservation per hour per court 1. Kitesurfing Academy / School (equipment rental and lessons for beginners) 2. Windsurfing Academy / School (equipment rental and lessons for beginners) 3. S.U.P. - Kayaking - Canoeing (equipment rental and lessons for beginners) 4. Catamaran Sailing Academy (reservation with skipper and lessons for beginners) 5. Water Skiing Academy (reservation per half hour and lessons for beginners) 6. Scuba Diving School (equipment rental, lessons for beginners, certifications) 7. Snorkelling (seaside and open water dives by boat) 8. Swimming (lessons by instructor for beginners, children and adults) 9. Rings, Tubes, Sea Bikes, Jet Skis (reservation per half hour) 1. Beach Tennis (reservation per hour per court) 2. Beach Volleyball (reservation per hour per court) 3. Beach Basket (reservation per hour per court) 4. Beach Soccer (reservation per hour per court) 5. Beach Running (escort/runner reservation per hour) 6. Outdoor Fitness (lessons by instructor per hour) 1. Nature Walks Hikes, Power Walking, Nordic Walking, Gorge Trek, Mountain Forest Trekking 2. Multi Terrain Running (Public road, Mountain road, Beach) 3. Cycling (Routes at Villages, Attractions, Monuments), Mountain Bike 4. Horseback Riding and Golf Clubs 5. Sailing, boat tours across the coastline, tours at virgin islands, tours at virgin beaches, tours at locations for turtle watch and other thematic attractions 6. Adventure Activities, Rock Climbing, Bungee Jumping, Air Sports 7. Educational Tours at Thematic Parks, Water Parks, Sports History Tours (Marathon Race Museum, Panathenaic Stadium, Olympia, Delphi Stadium, Rhodes Stadium), Athens 2004 Olympic Games Venues Tours, Eco Sport Tours (sea and lakes combination), Programs for Disabled Persons

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Gym, Fitness & Training Centre Bike Station Spa, Health, Wellness Centre Water Sports Station Sports Retail Shop Swimming Pools (indoor, outdoor) Pilates, Yoga & Dance Rooms Medical & First Aids Rooms Beach Volley Courts Beach Tennis Courts Beach Soccer Courts Beach Basket Courts Scuba Diving Station Tennis Courts Mini Football, Bocce Courts Badminton Courts Table Tennis Rooms Darts Playroom, Internet Room Skate / Roller / BMX Stage Mini Golf Courts

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1) Scuba Diving. : , : Gran Canaria island , 12 . . (www.turismodecanarias.com) (7) , , . (University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria) (Faculty of Marine Sciences) (case study) . . , , . , , . , . : , , 20 45 , 4 / , , , , , , . / , . (www.dbio.ulpgc.es)

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2) Windsurfing, Kitesurfing. : , : Tarifa (meeting point) Windsurfing Kitesurfing , , . Isla de Las Palomas, , , . , . . Cadiz . 1,5 . 1980 . ( 1986) windsurfers kitesurfers, . Kitesurfing Windsurfing. . . / Windsurfing Kitesurfing. . , , , , Windsurfing-Kitesurfing, , , , . : () windsurfers-kitesurfers, () , Windsurfing Kitesurfing () . , , windsurfers-kitesurfers, . , 24/24 , , Windsurfing-Kitesurfing , . , . , , Windsurfing-Kitesurfing. , Kitesurfing Windsurfing, . Mawi , . , . , , , , , , windsurfers-kitesurfers. ,

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, . , , tapas bars sherry bodegas, / Windsurfing-Kitesurfing , windsurfers-kitesurfers. (www.xwaters.com Windsurfing & Kitesurf as key factors in the economical development in local communities: Practical case of Tarifa (Andalusia, Spain), by Marina de Miguel Garca, 2007,Bournemouth University, ).

3) Walking, Hiking, Trekking, Running. : , : Kitzbhel Kitzbhel . , , , , . 90 . Salzburg (80km), Innsbruck (95km) (125km). (hiking), 1000 , , 29 (lifts) , , , . , 170 , 11 . Kitzbhel , . Wilder Kaiser , Hole Tauern. Schwarzsee Torsee - , . , wellness & spa. , (//). H Kitzbhel - - , , . , Walking - Hiking - Trekking Running, . Kitzbhel , , , , , . lifts - , . Kitzbhel 12 , , , (www.kitzbuhel.com/en/activities/summer).

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4) Cycling. : , : Amsterdam , . . , , . , . , . . , , , . . . ( ) . , . . , . . . . 60% 38%. , , , . 400. , , . City Bike Tour. (www.cyclingholland.com, Cycling in the Netherlands, 2009, Ministerie van Verkeer en Waterstaat, Fietsberaad)

5) Sports related Resort Hotels - Beach Sports beach sports La Santa Neptune . 1. resort CLUB LA SANTA Lanzarote (Canary Islands). : ) (45 , UK). ) 25 . ) camps ( ) 37 /classes. , , , . , , : Indoor Sports, / : Badminton, Basketball, Body Biking, Fitness and Training Centre, Handball, Squash, Table Tennis, Volleyball, Aerobics, Boxing, Martial Arts.

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Outdoor Sports, : Aerobics, Pilates, Yoga ( ), Beach Volley, Biking/Mountain Bike ( ), Football, Rugby, Golf & Mini Golf, Padel Tennis ( ), Running ( ), Tennis & Triathlon. Water Sports : Diving and Wind Surfing, Kayaking La Santa lagoon, Swimming ( 50.), Catamaran Tour Sea Kayaking at marina. Wellness Centre and Spa, 2 2 . Mountain Biking for beginners, Horseback riding Caldera Volcano Walking.

2. , NEPTUNE Hotel . . : adminton, Basket, Beach Volleyball, Boccia, Archery, Mini Soccer, Nordic Walking, Squash, Table Tennis. . / www.prosport.gr ( ). ( ). : 1) , . 2) , , , , . 3) Mountain Bike, , , . 4) , , , , Jacuzzi Sauna, Pilates. 5) .

, 2000, 200 , 493 160 (Eurostat, Les Ludson, 2000,Transport and tourism: Cycle tourism a model for sustainable development in Journal of sustainable tourism, Vol. 8 No 5). , : (9.900.000), (5.700.000), (2.700.000), (1.500.000), (1.000.000), (600.000), (600.000), (600.000), (500.000), (500.000), (400.000), (300.000), (300.000), (200.000), (200.000), (100.000), (100.000), (100.000), (100.000), (100.000) (100.000) (Expert estimates, Eurostat 2008, Peeters et al. 2004). : 3% . Rhineland 10% (EP 2009, ETI 2007), 4% (CBS 2008; Fietsplatform).

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, 26% , 2% (Cycling in the Netherlands, Fietsberaad, 2009; www.bicyclecouncil.org). , 2,3 100 (European Commission, DG Transport; 2002, EU energy and transport in figures, pocketbook). 5 2000 9 2009. ( ) 2 (2005 figure: ADFC estimation, 2009 figure: DTV Grundlagenuntersuchung Fahrradtourismus in Deutschland http://www.deutschertourismusverband.de/index.php?pageId=10079, Regionalwirtschaftliche Effekte des Radtourismus in Rheinland-Pfalz, study Europaisches Tourismus Institut 2007). 2006, 450.000 , 2.500.000 (www.sustrans.org.uk, www.wikipedia.com). 25,6 ( ) 27 (EUROPEAN CYCLE TOURISM: TOOL FOR SUSTAINABLE REGIONAL RURAL DEVELOPMENT? Eke Eijgelaar1, Paul Peeters1 and Pieter Piket1 1Centre for Sustainable Tourism and Transport, NHTV Breda University of Applied Sciences, the Netherlands).

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Cycling tourism The Balearic Islands is the ideal setting for cycling, be it professional, amateur or simply as a way to enjoy oneself on a means of transport that allows the surroundings to be admired to the utmost. The preseason training that several professional and amateur teams carry out in the islands is proof of the top-quality infrastructures that translate into hotels that cater to these visitors, among other services.

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Imagine a paradise for underwater diving. Yes, this is El Hierro, the island that is bathed in transparent waters, where lovers of diving come every year from all over the world to photograph one of the best ocean depths of the planet. Relax and chill out in this small corner of the Atlantic that overflows with an abundance of nature. Your skin brushes the warm sand; your mind and your body relax. You smile. You have come to paradise, you are on the beach in the Canary IslandsTake your time and enjoy it. 365 days of sunshine, great weather, natural beauty, leisure and excellent services are the setting for the beaches of the archipelago. Decide for yourself how to enjoy them, whether alone, on holiday with your family, or on a romantic trip. 3. ,

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The islands one thousand facesA pearl in the Mediterranean Sea: Long uninhabited, despite its ancient geological origin, Sardinia has preserved its own freshness, capturing the gaze and admiration of many who, in the flow of centuries, irresistibly attracted by the geographical position, the heart of the western Mediterranean, have made it the object of the most different designs: the Phoenicians followed by Carthaginians, the Romans afterwards, the Byzantines, the Spanish and the Piemontese.

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Close your eyes and free your mind of work, traffic, pollution, and stress. This is the dream of many in a modern society, overcome by an ever increasing pace of life and evermore pressing needs. It is a dream that Tuscany can make come true! It is a well know fact that more than 2 million tourists each year choose this region to escape the anxieties and stress of everyday life and to spend a period of complete relaxation in one of the thermal spas present in our territory. A land of natural wonders, artistic treasures and gastronomic delicacies, Tuscany has always been renowned for its many natural thermal springs, rich in natural healing elements. Its waters, after having made their way through underground rocks, come to the surface, creating wonderful natural pools which you can dive into to regenerate and regain balance between the physical form and inner happiness. 5. ,

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Diverse backgrounds, striking contrasts, abundant natural and cultural heritage - these are the charms the French Riviera has to offer. Coastal attractions and mountain tops, famous tourist towns and villages off the beaten track, villages steeped in history and examples of total frivolity... Yours to discover. There are plenty of interesting itineries to be explored by road or on the tourist train. From coastal roads to gorges via alpine massifs, occasions abound to discover the authentic heritage of a host of towns and villages. A thousand and one things to see, to enjoy, and to investigate, will guide you to the heart of historical townsand villages and even the parks and marvelous gardens dotted all over the coast and hills. 6. ,

Corsica is the most mountainous, greenest and coolest island in the Mediterranean. Corsicas uniqueness, all that makes it an island that is one of a kind in the Mediterranean, also has to do with its heritage, a true reflection of its complex history. 7. ,

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One of the most beautiful seas in the world The mountain chain, within which one of Croatia's highest mountain finds itself, separate from the continental characteristics of Zagora and the Mediterranean beach atmosphere, which are among the most beautiful in the world; here you can find both shallow waters and the open sea, wild rapids and peaceful river beds, the most beautiful Mediterranean islands alongside rough cliffs with endemic species in the middle of the open sea, deep lakes and the still unexplored richness of the underground caves. 8. ,

The clearest sea of the southern Adriatic (according to J.J. Cousteau) and experts well informed in all the possible activities to take in its wonders offer vast possibilities for visitors desiring a close encounter with the sea. Are you searching for a unique diving experience? The Dubrovnik Riviera offers just that: spectacular diving in unforgettable natural beauty - in the heart of Europe! Where else can you enjoy in the wealth of sea life, dive through caves, see the underwater walls and enjoy the beauty of the best preserved fortified medieval city in Europe all in the same day? 9. - , (www.holidayhypermarket.co.uk/belek) Belek is Turkeys premier golf resort but it offers so much more than its international championship courses. For a start, it is set on a beautiful long stretch of golden sandy beach, rivaling the best to be found anywhere in the Mediterranean. The seawater is clear and warm, with a mixture of pebbles and sand on the seabed.SUENO HOTEL GOLF BELEK SPECIAL PRICES / 5* Half Board SUMMER SEASON 20127 days pp. in Periods Dbl. 01.03.12 - 09.05.12 10.05.12 - 20.05.12 21.05.12 - 15.06.12 16.06.12 - 30.06.12 01.07.12 - 18.07.12 19.07.12 - 22.08.12 23.08.12 - 30.09.12 01.10.12 - 31.10.12 480 480 430 430 460 530 430 480 Sng. 700 700 625 625 670 775 625 700 Green fee Package inclusive of Shuttle Service 3 Round of Golf 1x Pines 2x Dunes 200 140 140 110 110 110 140 200 4 Round of Golf 2x Dunes 2x Pines 260 180 180 140 140 140 180 260 5 Round of Golf 2x Pines 3x Dunes 330 230 230 180 180 180 230 330

Prices inc. Return airport transfers, Golf shuttle services & Representative services

WINTER SEASON 2012 / 20137 days pp. in Periods Dbl. Sng. Green fee Package inclusive of Hotel Shuttle Service 3 Round of Golf 1x Pines 2x Dunes 4 Round of Golf 2x Dunes 2x Pines 5 Round of Golf 2x Pines 3x Dunes

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01.11.12 - 20.11.12 21.11.12 - 30.11.12 01.12.12 - 29.12.12 30.12.12 - 31.01.13 01.02.13 - 28.02.13 01.03.13 - 31.03.13

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New Years Eve Gala Dinner PP 55 EURO Prices inc. Return airport transfers, Golf shuttle services & Representative services

: , , , , . (4 5 ) all inclusive, , 12 . . Club Hotel Riu Kaya The family-friendly Club Hotel Riu Kaya is more like a small village than a hotel, superbly situated in a privileged location backed by a pine-clad hillside and only steps from the beach in Belek. Rooms are set out in two or three-storey villas dotted throughout the grounds of the hotel, which gives them a real air of privacy. The swimming pool is the size of a lagoon, bordered by sun terraces and landscaped gardens, and the children get a separate pool with its own waterslides. The hotel has a state of the art wellness and spa centre with Turkish bath and sauna for the ultimate in relaxation on holidays to the Calista Luxury Resort. The main restaurant features an international buffet with individual cooking stations or you can opt for one of the three a la carte options; Turkish, Italian and a barbecue. All rooms have a bath with shower, air-conditioning from June to September, satellite TV, phone, hairdryer, minibar with mineral water, daily maid service and towel change, linen change every 2 days, and a balcony or terrace with a garden view. Standard rooms sleep up to 3 with a double bed, single rooms are also available and we also offer Family rooms with a double bedroom and 2 extra beds in the lounge. Book fun packed family holidays to the Club Hotel Riu Kaya here at Holidayhypermarket. Other Facilities Main buffet restaurant 3 la carte restaurants - Turkish, Italian and barbecue Swimming pool Sunbeds, mattresses and parasols by pool and on beach Indoor pool Pool bar Beach bar Disco bar Night-time entertainment programme several times a week Fitness centre Aerobics Turkish bath Sauna Archery Golf driving range Canoes and pedalos Beach volleyball Basketball Table tennis Chess and backgammon Children's pool with slides Baby pool - must be accompanied by an adult

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Hotel-run kids' club Teens' club Playroom Children's restaurant Wi-Fi in lobby and pool area Library The following are not included in your All Inclusive package: Internet caf Hairdresser Laundry and dry-cleaning service 8 tennis courts Tennis floodlights and equipment Massage Surfing with licence Surfing and sailing lessons Diving school Ringos Catamarans Parasailing Jet skiing Banana boats Pool table Distances On a 200m-stretch of private, sand-and-pebble beach 200m from Kaya Eagles golf club 2.5km from the resort centre of Kadriye 35km from Antalya Transfers 30mins 10. - , (www.kitzbuehel.com/en/activities/summer) Hiking Paradise Kitzbhel Hiking is the favourite sport among summer tourists. Kitzbhel's extensive selection of hiking trails makes the area a hikers' paradise. You will surely find your favourite hiking path among the 1,000 kilometres of perfectly maintained trails. Kitzbhel Tourismus offers free guided hikes with experienced guides. Don't miss this unique opportunity of getting to know the countryside and its people. Daily guided hikes (Monday through Friday) During the summer months, Kitzbhel Tourismus offers free daily (Monday through Friday) guided hikes. Our highly experienced hiking guides, Engelbert and Madeleine, will show you the most scenic spots in the Kitzbhel area. Hikes are offered from mid-May until the end of October. During the peak season, from mid-June until mid-September, Kitzbhel Tourismus offers two daily hikes. Cycling Kitzbhel is the place to be for cyclists. No matter which discipline you prefer, 1,000 kilometres of road cycling paths in a large variety of distances and difficulty levels as well as an extensive network of trails and Alpine service roads provide multi-faceted exercising opportunities. The scenic street leading up to Kitzbheler Horn is Austria's steepest cycling road and has become a classic road cycling street for road cyclists around the world. Kitzbhel is a true centre of athletic activity and offers endless cycling opportunities. Running & Walking Kitzbhel is THE running mecca of the Alps. Both visitors and locals will be delighted to discover a wide range of distances and difficulty levels that will allow them to run through Kitzbhel's most beautiful places. A total of 23 runs covering 170 kilometres and offering 11 different starting points make for an extensive selection of walking, nordic walking and running opportunities.

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