Young children can be sent to the resort’s kids’ clubs, but these don’t always cater to older kids for whom arts and crafts just doesn’t quite cut it.
But Siblu Holidays is looking to make things a little easier with its revamped kids’ club offerings; including a new offering dedicated for teenagers.
Aimed at 12 to 15 year olds, the new Teens Clubs will be launching in the firm’s holiday villages in France, and will offer activities such as movie making, selfie hunts, sports and giant Cluedo.
In fact, 11 holiday villages will be offering the new club, which will be free for holidaymakers.
There’s ample opportunity for teens to get involved as they will be open for two hours every morning and afternoon for five and half days each week.
There will still be plenty of options for younger children too; Bubbles Playroom is aimed at one to three year olds, Pirates Club at four to seven year olds, and Barracudas from eight to 11 year olds.
Of course there is plenty of entertainment on for families for those days where the kids aren’t heading to the children’s clubs.
We’re talking swimming pools, multi sports, nature trails and plenty more activities.
Laura Noble, Siblu’s entertainment coordinator, said: “Families love the flexibility that is offered through our children’s clubs.
“They give kids the chance to try new sports, build confidence in their creative sides and make new friends in a positive environment, and parents get the chance to switch off for a few hours, which we know is crucial to holiday happiness.”
“We created Teens Club because it allows us to reduce the age-range for participants at each club, which helps us to tailor activities and ensure the best experience for everyone taking part.”
You can find out more on the Siblu Holidays website .