Our invitation: Tennis + Gran Canaria

  • If you are looking to play tennis at any time of year.
  • If you would like to share your passion for tennis with other people
  • If you want to discover our “miniature continent”.
  • If you fancy tasting typical Canary Islands cuisine.
  • If you are excited about experiencing the atmosphere of a city.


Because we are more than tennis.

  • On the best clay courts in the entire island.
  • In Gran Canaria, Sport’s European island.
  • Tennis lessons in reduced groups, customized to you.
  • In a family environment.
  • Discover Gran Canaria: a gastronomic experience along three selected   tours everyday.
  • First-rate accommodation in an excellent location.
  • All-inclusive package, so that you do not need to worry about a thing.If you are looking to play tennis at any time of year.


All of this whilst you enjoy tennis in the best worldwide climate:
Gran Canaria, the eternal paradise


Gran Canaria is one of the seven islands of volcanic origin that make up the Autonomous Community of the Canaries. It is situated at a distance of 1,250 kilometres from Cádiz, the nearest continental European port, and 210 kilometres from the northwest coast of Africa.

According to figures from the Canary Institute of Statistics, in 2018 Gran Canaria registered a census of 846,717 inhabitants, meaning that 39.8% of the total population of the Archipelago lives in the 21 municipalities on this island. Its capital city, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, is not just the largest city in the region, with 378,517 residents, but is also an attractive economic, cultural and administrative centre. According to the latest available data, 28% of all visitors who chose to come to the island for their holidays paid a visit to the city.

Gran Canaria welcomed 4.5 million tourists in 2018, a figure that strengthens its position as a world tourist power, and one of the top holiday destinations for European visitors.

Travellers come mainly from Germany, the United Kingdom, Scandanavia and Spain, attracted by a range of factors including the sun, beaches, natural, our local cuisine, the chance to do all kinds of outdoor sports throughout the year important historical heritage, our top cultural calendar, or simply to get away from the daily grind thanks to a cosy enclave that offers an unrivalled climate compared to anyhere else around Europe.

The island offers endless possibilities that suit all tastes, and as such is the favourite destination for families, sportsmen and women, nature lovers or anyone else looking for a place to have a relaxing experience at the finest spa centres.

Gran Canaria has become a safe, close at hand holiday destination, based on a multiproduct portfolio, with high levels of customer service and a competitive range of accommodation establishments that are being constantly upgraded to adapt to clients’ ever-changing needs. These virtues have led the island to becoming a top resort, that reaches its peak during the busy winter season, when millions of Europeans pour into the island to escape the cold back home


CONDE JACKSON TENNIS MASPALOMAS Making a dream come true for you.



The Conde Jackson family has a 30-year history in tennis, with a long experience in competitions and teaching.

«Conde Jackson Tennis» arises with the aim of being a reference in Gran Canaria through various initiatives, such as management, training and advice.

They reached their goals and they want to go further.

Up-to-date sports facilities with:

  • 7 Clay tennis courts
  • 2 Hard tennis courts
  • 3 Paddle tennis courts
  • Gim
  • Coffee bar
  • Terrace and private parking.



Ten reasons for love at first sight Gran Canaria is a captivating place, a little Garden of Eden in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, which woos its visitors. In this decalogue we will give you all the reasons why you are about to suffer love at first sight.

The thermometer as an ally. Gran Canaria is blessed with a pleasant climate, thanks to its privileged geographical position and the generosity of its trade winds. These are some of the prevailing conditions providing an average annual temperature of 24 degrees. The sun hides away but never goes to sleep. The Island’s peculiar relief guarantees a mild and variable atmosphere with softens the impact of the four seasons during the year.

A stunning natural setting. The will to preserve its natural heritage makes Gran Canaria resemble a place where time has come to a standstill. Nearly half its surface area is protected territory, a legacy with guarantees quite the most extraordinary levels of environmental purity. This determination is perfectly compatible with the responsible enjoyment of it, while its volcanic origins are an omnipresent reminder of it too.

The beach as a way of life. Gran Canaria is home to 60 kilometres of beaches along its 236 kilometres of coastline. The coastal areas have been a playground for generations of proud islanders to share their treasure with visitors. The catalogue is an ample one, and caters for all tastes, from the extensive carpets of fine golden sand at the south, to more secluded spots dotted along the north of the Island. Not everyone can enjoy the pleasures of a day on the beach, yet this a luxury that is possible in Gran Canaria nearly the whole year round.

A heaven for sportsmen and women. One of the advantages of having an enviable climate and fortunate natural surroundings is to be able to play outdoor sports. Tennis players, Golf, mountain enthusiasts are in luck thanks to the network of footpaths that wind their way around the geography of the Island. Gran Canaria is also paradise for cycling enthusiasts, who are privileged witnesses to some truly awesome landscapes. The sea lovers amongst us can choose from a varied assortment of activities. Surf, windsurf and kite-surf are on the agenda if you are looking for a shot of adrenaline; sports fishing and diving are available if you prefer a complete escape under the water.

A place for the whole family to enjoy. Gran Canaria is an ideal destination to spend your free time in the company of loved ones. Whether as a couple, or together with the kids, it is well worth investing some of your stay in getting to know the attractions that will make your trip a truly memorable experience.

A land of history, culture and leisure. Gran Canaria’s pre Hispanic heart continues to beat six centuries after the conquest. The aboriginal past is cast in stone in archaeological parks and museums which also highlight the cultural blend that reigns on the Island. Christopher Columbus stopped off at Gran Canaria on his way to America and left an indelible mark in his wake, of which many curious vestiges remain.

The Carnival is also one of the most representative fiestas in a rich leisure calendar, and proudly shows off the affable and fun side of the local Grancanarians

Villages with charm. Its villages are one of the most closely guarded secrets of Gran Canaria.

Agaete, Mogán, Teror and La Aldea are just a few of the enclaves to be explored and to discover the islanders’ true spirit.

The friendliness of its people and the wealth of its traditions will make visitors feel right at home.

Be they at the summit, along the hillsides, or down at the coast, each municipality contributes harmoniously to the projection of our seal of identity

An open and modern capital. The historical town centre of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria is located in the neighborhoods of Vegueta and Triana, and deserves a quiet stroll around it to contemplate its colonial style houses. The Port of Luz is one of the main hubs for the city’s economic activity, while just a stone’s throw away, on the other side of the isthmus of La Isleta, stands the social hub of Las Canteras, one of the finest urban beaches in the world. The capital possesses an attractive range of leisure facilities, the result of its modern, cosmopolitan essence.

An exquisite sea of flavours. Each and every corner in Gran Canaria gives us the chance to discover delicious aromas that drift in on a buoyant and diverse cuisine.

The Island boasts the only place in Europe to cultivate coffee, while also proudly displaying the charms of its fruit and vegetable produce, plus some tasty pastries and an iconic rum made at the oldest bodega on the continent.



  • Groups of 4 tennis players per 1 coach
  • 5 lessons from Monday to Friday, with periods of 2.5 hours per day.
  • Typical Canary snacks.


  • Personal lessons.
  • 1 hour in the afternoon.


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Small groups: We love our close and friendly atmosphere. That is the reason why, unlike other tennis schools or academies, we always work in small groups, with a maximum of 4 tennis players and 1 coach per group.


Furthermore, if you can handle it, we offer you the option to have a private lesson in the afternoon with a teacher exclusively for you. This is a great option if you want a personal and intensive lesson, for either beginners or advanced players



Everyday from Monday to Friday,

Your tennis lessons will last 2.5 hours (1.5 hours of training + 1 hour of matches) throughout the morning (usually from 9.30 to 12.30).

After a refreshing shower in the Club, you can have a snack before leaving to enjoy one of our food tasting tours (generally Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays).


Our team is comprised of fully-qualified and accredited instructors, with a great teaching and empathetic nature. All of them speak Spanish and English. We work with groups of all ages. Our experienced teachers will ensure your safety and enjoyment whether you are a beginner or are an advanced player

discover our routes

We invite you to discover Gran Canaria, a “miniature continent”

After the tennis lessons we will take you to enjoy some of the specialities of the Canary cuisine. We will visit the Agaete harbour, Tejeda summits and the touristic harbour of Mogán.

A gastronomic experience along three selected routes everyday (tour + lunch).