About Academy JC Ferrero Equelite: 

Nestled in the mountains of southeastern Spain, the academy is perfect for summer camp and year - round training. Its always one of the most popular camps, and  there are different types of  programs for children and adults. Many professional tennis players chose this tennis academy for training like Nicolas Almagro and Maria Sharapova. Will you be the next tennis star? You can join to train in JC Ferrero Academy any time of the year! Just send us request! 


  • Soccer Fields 
  • Pool
  • Paddle courts
  • Tennis courts (clay,hard and syntactic grass)
  • All kind of facilities for improving tennis
  • Residence
  • Bungalows for parents 
  • Jacuzzi
  • Gym


Coaches are part of JC Ferrero team. They have worked with players like Tita Torro, Nicolas Almagro, David Ferrer and many others.


Other Programs

Highlights Include

  • Training from Monday - Saturday  

  • Excursions in the weekends 

  • Accommodation (double or triple room)

  • Presents from JC Ferrero Academy

  • Full Board for players (breakfast, snacks, lunch, dinner)

  • Security 24 hours

  • Laundry 

Not Included

  • Flight 
  • Insurance
  • Airport Transportation 


Dates & Price

Tennis Program less then 6 month3,400 euros/per month
Tennis Program more then 6 month3,000 euros/per month


Extra Services: 

Extra services Prices
Transfer from airport Alicante150 euros/arrival and departure

Check Availability 

Check if your desired dates are available and customize your program during the year by submitting a request below. If you already know your dates, click the Book Now button above.


JC Ferrero Equelite

City: Alicante, Spain

Ages: 7 +

Accommodation: 5 stars 

Training: 4 stars 

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