Family Holiday Camp to Reopen in Tunisia in May 2015

Last updated 3rd January 2017

You might not have heard of German holiday provider Robinson – but you soon will. Their stylish holiday camps offer everything your family needs to love your time together…


If you’re dreaming of an activity-packed holiday that will keep everyone from your youngest tot to your stroppy teen happy (while you relax by the pool), then a Robinson Club holiday could have the answer.

German holiday provider Robinson offer camp-style getaways that includes a staggering array of activities and clubs for both parents and kids. Their holidays are designed to let everyone pursue their own interests, making precious family time even more enjoyable. Exciting and age-appropriate itineraries await the youngest guests in the ROBY CLUB, while teens will be in their element in the ROBS programme, where they’ll make friends and enjoy sports, creative workshops and adventure excursions.

With the children kept busy, parents can indulge in some well deserved me-time – whether that means relaxing on the beach, enjoying the spa or trying your hand at the variety of sports, watersports and group fitness classes on offer.


In May 2015 the newly refurbished Robinson club Djerba Bahia in Tunisia is opening its doors to guests. The resort is located on the outskirts of Midoun, a small town in the northeast of the Tunisian island of Djerba and offers one of Robinson’s largest pool complexes.

If you’ve left it a little late to book your family getaway this Easter then don’t panic, as the Robinson Club Pamfilya in Turkey still has capacity, but hurry!


Prices for one week at Robinson Club Djerba Bahiya with all-inclusive “made by Robinson” start at £577 per person, including childcare for youngsters aged three or above, a sports and entertainment programme and flights.

Prices for a one-week Robinson Cruise with full board plus start at £2026, including port fees and flights. Prices for children between the ages of seven and 14 start at £1375.

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