First ITF Taekwon-Do Ibiza Session
  23rd Sep 2019

On behalf of The Spanish Federation of Taekwon-Do ITF (FEST) and the Balearic Association of Taekwon-Do ITF (ABAT) with the special collaboration of the Taekwon-Do School Amsterdam from the Netherlands, we have the honour to invite you to the “First ITF Taekwon-Do Ibiza Session".

The event will be held on the most famous island in the world, Ibiza, from May 21 to 24, 2020.

Ibiza was declared by UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1999. In the year 654 B.C. the Carthaginians discovered Ibiza and founded Ibiza Town, making this one of the earliest towns in Europe.

Ibiza Town is the capital of Ibiza, one of Spain's Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean Sea. It's known for its lively nightlife scene, and many European nightclubs have summer outposts here. South of the centre, Ses Figueretes and Platja d'en Bossa are white-sand beaches and crystal clear water. Above the harbour is the old quarter of Dalt Vila, with the Gothic-style Catedral de Santa María and views from Renaissance-era fortifications.

It is aimed at all the family group, practitioners of all ages and graduations, where they can enjoy activities, training and fun.

During the event, we will have training on the beach and in sports halls, visit the magnetic islet of Es Vedra, boat trips and closing party in a famous disco.

We will also spend a wonderful day on a private yacht trip to Formentera on Sunday, as an optional activity.

Very soon, we will be able to inform you about accommodation and event costs.

Undoubtedly a magnificent occasion to enjoy Taekwon-Do and also share pleasant moments of fun with the wonderful Taekwon-Do ITF family.

If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us.

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Julian Vassallo

On Behalf
Federación Española de Taekwon-Do ITF
Mr Paco Ferrando - President

Organizer - Julián Vassallo 5th dan, President ABAT. +34 619 901 087

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