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Sports holiday for children in Athens!

25 February 2010 / 11:02:05  GRReporter
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The end of the school year came and most of the parents are wondering what their children will do until they take their summer vacation… Are they too young to send them at a summer camp? Wouldn’t it be boring for them to send them for the whole summer to their grandparents? For the parents who work in Athens there are various solutions which are financially very appropriate.


First find out if there is a daily program with pursuits for children organized by your municipality. Most of the municipalities are organizing various activities for children during the summer holiday which will cost somewhere between 50 and 100 euro per month. The only thing you need to get for you little child is a summer hat a sun lotion, a bathing suit, a towel and flip flops in a bag and he or she will have a wonderful summer even in town!




«Ray of sunlight» (Iliaktida)
Evbeia 26,Galatsi, Tel.: 2102911808
For children between the age of 6-16 years old
For the period between June 29 and July 10 and from July 13 until July 24
Hours: 8 in the morning -3 in the afternoon
Price: ?100 per week.
Buses leave from Kolonaki, Galatsi and Marousi.
During the camping contests are organized and medals are awarded to the young athletes as well as T-shirts as a memory gift.
Sports: Football 5X5, Hokey, Badminton, Volleyball, Baseball, Swimming, Polo, beach volleyball, beach football, contests in swimming and running.

Teachers in physical education are working with the children in small groups of 8 to 10 people and teach them to swim. During the second part of the program the young athletes can take part in various sports like hokey, badminton, volleyball etc. For the youngest ones at the age between 6 and 8 besides swimming they can also play badminton, volleyball and other games.






Sports Center at the Gudi park.
Tel.: 2107483283
The children (between the age of 6 and 14) are playing football with the coaches Nikos Sarganis and Ilias Berios.
For children between the age of 6-14 years old
For the period between June 22 until June 27 and June 29 until July 4
Hours: 9 in the morning – 2,30 in the afternoon with reservation until 4 in the afternoon
Price: ?150 for each period


Neighborhoods: Zografou, Ambelokipi, Papagou,Pankrati and the center of Athens
Besides the football lessons and the mini championships where medals will be awarded the price includes a T-shirt, a juice and a sandwich.

Mavromateon 26, Pedio Areos, Tel.: 210-8834408-8239021,
For the period starting with June 22 until June 26, from June 29 until July 3, from July 6 until July 10, from July 13 until July 17, from July 20 until July 24 and from July 27 until July 31.
Hours: between 8,30 in the morning until 2,30 in the afternoon, however there is possibility to leave your child until 17,30.
Price: the prices are reduced for children who will attend the event more than once, for brothers and sisters, for unions, confederations, groups. The price includes: a T-shirt, a hat, breakfast and a ticket for grades.


Age groups and sports:


Mini All Sport Camp (4-6 years old)
Leading motor abilities and games with sports instruments, dances, swimming pool and swimming lessons, educational games, movie shows.


All Sport Camp (4-16 years old)
Introduction and practice: athletics, volleyball, swimming, football, tennis, handball, sports gymnastics, rhythmic gymnastics, karate, judo, weight lifting.
Swimming Camp, Basketball Camp and track and field athletics Camp
(6-16 years old)
Each Friday there is a presentation of the various sports. At the end of the period the children will have a diploma from the Academy of the Olympic athletes!

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