Punta Skala, 23 January 2020 – The positioning of the Falkensteiner Punta Skala Resort outside Petrcane near Zadar on the Dalmatian coast as a unique sports and environmental destination continues with new investments.
The Fortis Club congress and sports centre is to get a large 527 m2 modern multifunctional hall, with a capacity of up to 470 people and equipped with top technical equipment.
There is also a 800 m2 professional fitness centre, with separate halls for practicing yoga and a fun zone for all bowling, table football, billiards and e-gaming enthusiasts. With easy access to parking, the centre will also have a sports shop with the ability to rent bicycles and other sports equipment.
With an impressive design which includes a multitude of Mediterranean touches in the interior and the use of natural materials such as stone and wood as well as large glass walls and a 500 m2 terrace with sea views, it fits into the ambiance of the resort.
“The Falkensteiner Punta Skala Resort has many sports facilities and attractions for our guests, many athletes are happy to return for their holidays, and the Zadarhalf triathlon, which is being held for the seventh time this year, has already become our trademark. With an outdoor sports centre with seven tennis courts and mini-golf, football, basketball, volleyball, badminton, two padel and two beach volleyball courts, the new centre brings a new dimension to the MICE business,” Georg Unterkircher, General Manager of the resort said before adding.
“It will be ideal for organising various events, sports conventions, team-building or socialising for our partners and clients. Falkensteiner Punta Skala is a resort where the active form of vacation and sport is extremely important, so in this direction we are developing our offer, which this year has many events that guests can look for in our event calendar of the resort. We would especially like to highlight the training sessions and workshops we organise in the summer with celebrated ski legends Reinfried Herbst and Manfred Pranger, as well as tennis legends like Michael Stich and Gilles Muller.”
New investments in the Punta Skala Sports Centre in the amount of € 15 million are also planned for next year