BY SPORTING LEGENDS
Legend has it …
Our aim? That's simple.
To create Legendary Moments that you and your family can treasure...’
We offer one-of-a-kind luxury family holidays and sporting events.
The key difference is, they’re hosted by some of the biggest names in sport.
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Our featured holiday
Cricket in St Lucia
Cricket on the beach. Tick. In the Caribbean. Tick. With an Ashes Legend. Tick. What are you waiting for? ’
11:51 HRS. ST LUCIA.
Children aged 5 - 16 (our mini legends) can practice their cricket skills in paradise. They’ll head to the national cricket stadium every morning for five days where children can polish thier batting, catching and bowling skills with Swanny and Garaway. You’ll then have the afternoon to spend at your leisure with the family, whether it’s relaxing by the beautiful beach, by the pool or sharing a rum cocktail with the legends.
28 Mar – 04 Apr
Our featured event
Rugby in Rome
Inside the Stadio Olimpico.
Watching Italy vs England.
WIth a Rugby World Cup Winner.
See you there? ’
16:45 hrs. Stadio Olimpico. Rome
What better way to spend a Six Nations weekend than in the eternal city enjoying luxury accommodation, fine food and Interntaional rugby with your tour guides Ben Kay and Austin Healey!
The heart of Team legend
Austin and Will are mad about sport, but more than that they want to share their enthusiasm with kids and families’
If you want a really cracking holiday, where the whole family have fun, playing touch rugby with us in the evening or simply relaxing with a beer.
That’s us. We do that.’
If I hadn’t been a rugby player, I’d have been an accountant. Try selling accountancy holidays …’