Falkensteiner Hotels & Residences Punta Skala put forward an entirely new outdoor sports area. From tennis to volleyball, from golf to badminton and basketball – everything is possible and nothing stands in the way of doing sports during your holidays!

The new Fortis Club, with its modern training and fitness area, is the perfect place for a sporty bad weather programme. Look forward to your sporty and active holiday in the holiday paradise of Punta Skala in Croatia!

Punta Skala Sports Club​

All sport highlights at a glance

  • 7 Tennis courts (sand)
  • 2 Padel-Tennis courts
  • 3 Mini tennis
  • Mini-Soccer
  • Basketball
  • Volleyball
  • Badminton
  • 2 Beachvolleyball courts
  • Golf training facilities
  • Minigolf course

You can also arrange individual training sessions with our partner Sunball Tennis Academy.


Fortis Club

NEW from 2020

Croatia’s most modern sports, entertainment and event centre is a modernly equipped area that will meet your requirements for the organisation of any kind of event.

In 2020, the Punta Skala Sports Centre will be extended with a new sports offer to make your holiday as active as possible!

Sports activities

in the surrounding area...

Outside our holiday resort Punta Skala there are numerous and varied sports facilities.

Majstora Radovana 7 | 23000 Zadar
Tel: 00385 (023) 33 77 60
Fax : 00385 (023) 33 77 61

Sailing/Motore boat

Sail from island to island, discover the treasures of the Croatian Adriatic, or simply drift along in the wind. Croatia – a paradise for sailors.
Nautical tourism is one of the most appealing aspects of Croatia, and the Nautical Tourism Association provides useful and indispensable information for sailing enthusiasts. The 50 marinas, all of which are members of the Croatian Association of Marinas, have a capacity of over 13,200 landing stages and 4,500 berths on dry land.

Udruzenje nautickog turizma Hrvatske HGK Zupanijska komora Rijeka

Bulevar oslobodenja 23 | 51000 Rijeka


The Falkensteiner Resort on the Punta Skala peninsula offers an ideal starting point for cycling tours.


Climbers are especially attracted to the National Park Paklenica, where numerous walls of all levels of difficulty await them. Also on some islands, on the lower Cetina there are some free climbing sites. The Croatian Tourist Board provides online information about the various hiking and climbing possibilities.


The whole Adriatic Sea is open for fishing, but there are restrictions on the waters of the national parks (Kornati, Brijuni, Krka and Mljet) and some smaller localities. The prices for permits (fishing licenses) vary depending on the length of the permit.

For further information please visit:

The hunting grounds in the Ravni kotari area are suitable for hunting quails, pheasants and hares. The experienced hunter can also take up hunting for jackals. On the edge of the karst areas of the South Velebit, hunting for small game is possible and in the higher mountainous areas of the hunting ground you can find wild boars and chamois. Hunting is allowed only with a corresponding licence. You can find more information at the Croatian Hunting Federation (