Alcatraz! The very name conjures up visions of sharks, frigid waters, Al Capone and the barren, fog-enshrouded "rock". It closed as a federal prison in 1963 and is now a desolate outpost just 10 miles off San Francisco's Presidio Park.
This event is a beautiful linear swim around the iconic remains of the West Pier, finishing on the beach in the middle of the Paddle Village on Hove Lawns. We believe this swim is a great opportunity for both experienced and inexperienced sea swimmers as well as earning you bragging rights to completing a swim around Brighton’s most iconic Pier, giving you a swimmers’ view of Hove’s classic seafront architecture!
The Latitude Festival is an annual music festival that takes place in Henham Park, near Southwold, Suffolk, England. SwimTrek offers a unique programme of swimming activities, including one-to-one swim lessons and daily escorted adventure swims allowing you to see a new side to the festival.
Escape the winter chill with this unique SwimTrek adventure on the beautiful volcanic island of Tenerife. With its breathtaking landscapes and enviable climate, Tenerife is the largest of the seven main islands which make up the Spanish archipelago of the Canary Islands, just 100 km off the coast of Morocco.
This short swimming escape in Malta boasts crystal clear seas, stunning underwater vistas and steep cliffs, allowing you to discover the best swimming the south of the Mediterranean has to offer. With many coves and caves of the islands to explore and the chance to swim a substantial part of the Gozitan coastline, come and discover one of the most southern points of Europe with us.
Join us for a unique swim along Britain’s spectacular Jurassic Coast as we take in three of the region’s most impressive natural landmarks: Durdle Door, Stair Hole and Lulworth Cove. This 3km tidally-assisted swim is the perfect way to discover this UNESCO World Heritage Site and complete an unforgettable open water swim in one of England’s most beautiful coastal locations.
Join us as we take part in a wonderful open water swim around Burgh Island in Devon. Measuring one mile in circumference, this small tidal island is located approximately 800 metres off Bigbury-on-Sea and is an excellent introduction to open water swimming along Britain’s beautiful southwest coastline.