Here are a few things to keep in mind when you use the pool area:
Here are a few things to keep in mind when you are visiting the beach:
Remember that the size and powers of the waves can vary throughout the day, so always check the warning flags on display before going in the water.
Respect the warning flags – a Red Flag means it’s too dangerous to go in the water.
Don't leave children unattended.
An adult should go into the water first to test the type of seabed, depth of the water, etc before allowing children to go in.
Make sure that any inflatable swimming aids are in good condition and work properly.
Test snorkels and masks in shallow water to check that they work.
Take particular care on beaches away from the major tourist areas, where assistance is limited in case of an emergency.
Always check the seabed before diving in and watch out for strong currents.
Drink plenty of water to prevent dehydration.
Top up your sun protection throughout the day. Salt water reduces the effect of sun block.
Watch out for boats, windsurfers, water-skiers and others who may be near the shore.
Not feeling well during your holiday? We have an English-speaking doctor onsite. You will find the doctor's office beside the Mini Market.
Remember to bring your insurance certificate and passport with you. For medical help at all other times, please contact our Help Desk.
If you or your travel companions feel ill, follow these steps to prevent spreading the illness to others: