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TUI Magic Life Bodrum bar (photo: TUI)

TUI Magic Life portfolio grows to 16 clubs

Three new family and sports-oriented clubs will open in time for next summer season, including resorts in Tunisia and Turkey.

TUI Group’s all-inclusive club brand Magic Life is to deliver a growth spurt in 2019, increasing its portfolio by three new clubs – two of them showing confidence in previously troubled destinations.

Apart from the club already announced at the tip of Italy’s ‘boot’ in Calabria, the brand will launch two new clubs in May 2019, TUI Magic Life Skanes in Tunisia and TUI Magic Life Bodrum, Turkey, expanding the portfolio from 13 to 16 clubs already in countries like Spain and Greece.

The resort in Skanes in mainland Tunisia places a particular focus on families, the tour operator says, with its “gently sloping fine sandy beach and the club’s aqua park providing ample opportunities for refreshing water activities”.

While the kids meet children of the same age at the Magic Kids Club, adults can use the spa or work out using one of the many sports offers.

Be active and party
Party lovers are more likely to gravitate towards TUI Magic Life Bodrum, where “guests still going strong after a workout at one of the numerous sports activities offered during the daytime can enjoy the comprehensive evening programme”.

This includes six different evening shows and four themed parties during a typical two-week holiday.

“With their high hotel and service quality and excellent price-performance ratio, Tunisia and Turkey offer perfect conditions for an extensive all-inclusive offering,” claims Andreas Pospiech, managing director of TUI Magic Life.

“Due to the comeback of the popular holiday countries, this is the perfect moment for us to further expand the offering for our guests.”

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