Accommodation options

There are two housing options in Llafranc. 75% of the participants will stay in the Albatros Summer House, while the 25% can stay in Kim’s Camping located 2 minutes walk from Albatros. All participants will have full board and other services in Albatros: registration, dinning room, swimmingpool, etc… Classes are held between Albatros and Kim’s facilities. While staying at Albatros you can share rooms for 6 or 8 people, those who choose the option of Kim’s camping, will stay in private bungalows for 4 or 5 people with terrace. Both Albatros as Kim’s dispose of all the services: swimming pool, bar, wifi, …

Booking:
a) At the Registration Form you will be able to choose your preference among the Albatros House or Kim’s Camping. In any case this preference must not be considered itself as the final option.
b) Approximately one or two months before the festival, you will receive an informative email where you will finally be able to choose your accommodation option, so that you can have enough time to manage together with your friends.
c) The Organization will assing preferences according to the registration order, so therefore if you were one of the first to be registered into the festival and for example you chose to be accomodated in a Bungalow, you are more likely to get it.
d) Whether the option for Albatros House as for Kim’s Camping there will be a responsible for each room/bungalow, which will be the person who will send us the attendants’ list sharing the room/bungalow. If you do not have group to share a room, we will assign you one at your arrival.
e) Both types of accommodation have the same price.

You can now book the rooms or bungalows in advance, and share with the people you wish. For booking a room for you and your friends, you can fill the following form: https://goo.gl/forms/ADtPOpPezGz4jZ1o2 

OPTION 1 – ALBATROS SUMMER HOUSE

The summer house Albatros is placed at Llafranc, 5 minutes from the beach, and have rooms of 6 people with a complete bathroom inside and a balcony. The external facilities are swimming pool, garden etc…

Albatros

OPCIÓN 2 – KIM’S CAMPING

BUNGALOW SUN-ROLLER (4 PEOPLE)
Two bedrooms one with two single beds and the other with double bed. Dining room with kitchen equipped with refrigerator and utensils, even if you have full board at Albatros Summer House. A convertible sofa, heating, bathroom with shower, washbasin and w.c. Private terrace with table and chairs. Parking for the car next to the BUNGALOW. The Sun-Roller BUNGALOWS are located near the pool, bar-restaurant and supermarket. For stays of more than one night we include bed linen, a hand towel per person and kitchen clothes (shower towels are not included).

MOBIL HOME SUN-ROLLER (5 PEOPLE)
Three bedrooms, one with two single beds, one with double bed and a third bedroom with a single bed. Room with kitchen and convertible sofa. Heating, bathroom with shower, washbasin and w.c. Private terrace with awning, table and chairs, parking for the car in front of bungalow. Including cooking utensils and fridge, even if you have full board at the Albatros Summer House. The Mobil-homes Sun-Roller are located near the pool, bar-restaurant and supermarket. For stays of more than one night we include bed linen and a hand towel per person (Shower towels are not included).

THE ENVIRONMENT

In the same period  the Swim Out takes place there is also the famous Fair Indians held in the neighboring town of Begur. It originated in the emigration of many Begur inhabitants in Cuba during the nineteenth century. On returning to the village, who had prospered in his business, built ostentatious houses that still adorn the streets of Begur. They were the popular “Americans” who wanted to recreate the lifestyle of Cuba and who left us a diverse cultural heritage.

The first weekend of September, Begur turns to relive that period of history that has left a deep mark on our town and our identity. For three days Begur offers a wide range of leisure and cultural activites focused on “Indians”.  Three days of celebration and tradition, an evocative journey into the past and a vindication of our roots.

Take the opportunity to visit it! More information here: http://www.firaindians.com/

At the same time, on Saturday, there is the Mad Market in Llafranc, an art fair, antique and vintage dealers, you will find anything at any price!

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