Do you love being in water? Are you like a fish in the ocean? Or are you diving in for the first time? Whatever your level of expertise and water skills, our expert swimming instructors will follow you every step of the way with the utmost professionalism and using the latest technology, not to mention tips from the training techniques of the champions to improve your style and performance.
The swimming course lasts one week and is offered to a maximum of 2-3 students, or in individual lessons. To make the most of the course, the lessons are divided by level of expertise:
The 1st level is devoted to getting used to being in water, floating, breathing and elementary propulsion to get good balance and to feel naturally independent in the pool.
The 2nd level involves perfecting the backstroke, freestyle, dolphin crawl and breaststroke through coordination exercises.
The 3rd level continues with perfecting the four main strokes, the start and the turn.
Train with the greats
The teachers of the Swimming Academy at Forte Village are all professional instructors with an important competitive career behind them.
Dates: 07/07 – 20/07
Martina is one of the most decorated female swimmers of all time. Her incredible collection consists of 67 medals: 2 Olympic, 22 World and 43 European medals. She broke 3 World, 16 European and 207 Slovak national records during her long lasting career. She is also destined to go down in the FINA World Cup history for winning amazing 105-gold medals and becoming the overall winner of the World Cup Series three times. For her amazing results she has been awarded many prestigious awards, including the highest presidential award/honor – the Three Crosses in 2002. She was voted country’s Best Athelete of the Year six times.
Dates: 24/08 – 31/08
Piero Codia, is an italian swimming champion specialized in butterfly. He won the European champion in Glasgow 2018 with a new record. He holds the national records in the 50 and 100 meter butterfly events.
Dates: 24/08 – 31/08
Giorgia Consiglio won a silver medal at the Roberval-Canada World Championships in the 10 km race and 5 km race. She was the italian champion in the 1,500 freestyle at the 2010 Italian spring championships in Riccione, beating the world champion Alessia Filippi.