As Sicily and the sea are inseparable, Verdura's Water Sports centre provides guests with limitless opportunities.
The Water Sports centre offers an array of different activities and is managed by Verdura's friendly and qualified team of instructors. Rentals, private lessons and introductions to Water Sports are all available. Introductions to Water Sports are complimentary and purely theory based, taking place in the pool or on the beach.
Rentals include flippers and snorkels, double and single canoes, stand up paddles, windsurf boards, wave surf boards, sailing boats, as well as water skiing, wake boarding, banana boating and doughnutting. Lessons and introductions for windsurfing, water skiing, wake boarding, stand up paddling and sailing are available. Swimming lessons are also offered.
Some of Verdura's top tips include canoeing, sailing or stand up paddling at sunset or sunrise, fishing trips or boat trips to explore the neighbouring sandy beaches with a picnic on board during the day or even at sunset or sunrise.
The facilities, team of qualified instructors, beautiful Mediterranean sea, multi-coloured aquatic life, stunning sandy beaches and never failing Sicilian breeze make Water Sports at Verdura a top class experience.
Make the most of your holiday! This Summer enjoy the pleasure of the Mediterranean Sea and explore unique and authentic routes with Salpa 38.5 Verdura Golf & Spa Resort Yacht.
Pamper yourself and get easily on board from our beach. A dedicated crew, completely at your service, will lead you through your memorable journey. Whether you want to unwind and relax or get adventurous snorkelling in the magical and enchanting Sicilian waters following the steps of the ancient Greeks, Salpa 38.5 Verdura Golf & Spa Resort Yacht will meet your wish and exceed your expectations.
The Romantic Route
Bow to East and discover picturesque beaches and bays. You will be delighted by natural wonders such as Eraclea Minoa, Torre Salsa and Scala dei Turchi.
The Greek Route
Bow to West and follow the myth of the ancient Greek, admiring the archaeological ruins of Selinunte from a privileged point of view.