The location in Port de Pollenca is superb and there is plenty to do in the area. The beaches are a short taxi drive away (there is access to the sea directly infront of the villa) and there are little bars and restaurants located nearby, but it's not really a drinking culture. This is a fitness training bubble, where you will find healthy eating restaurants, stunning scenery, and beautiful treks awaiting you.
Depending on group numbers, we use multiple accommodation options in the local area on a shared basis. The bootcamp hub is at the UF Beach House and Annex where up to 20 people are accommodated and breakfasts and lunches are taken. The standard Beach House or Annex option consists of shared dorms (max 4 per room). It is located right next to the training areas, yoga terrace and stand up paddle. Working out and living together is a very bonding experience, it's a great way to make friends. Don't worry about needing your own space also. The villa is sufficiently big with plenty of chill-out areas for you to catch some quiet time, too.
Due to the nature of the fitness Bootcamp, people do not tend to have late-nights the villa. You will be exhausted! So you can expect to get a good nights sleep in fan-cooled rooms. If you do feel like chilling, there is a wide selection of movies.
While we endeavour to put our clients on same-sex dorms, please note we do operate mixed dorms as well. So if you would prefer sharing with members of the same sex, please notify us at the time of booking.
Arriving in Palma de Mallorca, there is a super easy A32 bus service directly from the airport to the local town of Alcudia (extra cost approximately EUR8). The bus journey takes about one hour. On arrival in Alcudia a member of our friendly team will be waiting to meet you off the bus (just look for a sign with your name), and transfer you to your accommodation. The transfer to our centre takes approximately 10 minutes (4 km).
Healthy breakfasts daily (fruit, yoghurt, smoothie options, muesli, and eggs) and buffet style lunches (Monday to Friday) are included in the program. Dinner is taken out (at own expense) in the nearby town of Port De Pollenca (there are no cooking facilities at the villa). We can cater to vegans and vegetarians, please just inform us prior to your arrival.
Frequently Asked Questions
How fit do I have to be before I join?
We get people of all fitness levels joining the camp. Do not worry that you will not be able to keep up, just focus on your own fitness level and progress. We guarantee you will see an improvement
What kind of results can I expect?
Everyone is different, and everyone has different goals. Some people are unfit and others have a reasonably good level of fitness when they begin. No matter what category you fit into, you will benefit from spending time training here.
There is a very motivating, social and supportive atmosphere at the camp as everyone supports each other in reaching their goals. Combined with the superb trainers, numerous and varied scheduled group training classes, and a world-class training facility and gym, there really is nothing that can hold you back. Exercising is quite addictive once you get into it!
How long should I go for?
The majority of people stay between 1 and 2 weeks. Staying short-term, the main benefit you will take with you is the knowledge of how to maintain and improve your health and fitness back home along with a solid fitness routine. If you are really serious about improving your fitness and well-being, then make this a life-changing trip and go long-term and experience a complete physical and mental transformation.
Can I train if I have an existing injury?
Because each exercise can be tailored to the abilities of everyone in the class, no matter what your fitness level, you are able to join the fitness boot camp even if you have an existing sports injury. Simply make the trainers aware of your own personal physical circumstances and they can tailor the exercises accordingly.
What do I need to bring?
Training clothes, trainers and a workout towel. We also advise you bring a beach towel and several training tops. You will need to bring your own padlock for your trunk when staying in shared accommodation.
No class is mandatory, and no one is going to force you to get out of bed. Classes and timetables can change at the camp so the above is a guide of what you should expect, however may not include all classes on offer.
The bootcamp starts every Sunday between 1st June and Mid September.