The Cable (the over-head pulling system) is made for kneeboarding, waterskiing and wakeboarding but surfing on a door or barefoot skiing has been seen before too! You can either bring your own equipment or hire some out. The only requirement is that you are able to swim. It is also a popular destination for kite boarders on a windless day.
For advanced riders, Blue Rock is one of the biggest obstacle parks in the world. For beginners, there are skilled instructors for assistance. Depending on the weather, night skiing is offered on a Friday evening from 7pm - 9pm. School outings are made possible with subsidised tariffs.
The Blue Rock Restaurant and Café has a wide variety of Mediterranean dishes for breakfast, lunch and dinner accompanied by homemade desserts. Chef, Robert Sibitz, creates special dishes for elegant dining and promotes a healthy lifestyle, cooking seasonal dishes using fresh and local produce. Blue Rock is known for its crispy thin based Pizza à la Italia! Blue Rock also has a fully equipped conference centre which can seat up to 30 people as per cinema style.
The Badi (our beach area) is great for relaxing, tanning and socialising. For the children, there is shallow water, a children’s playground and a trampoline. Shaded areas, umbrellas and deck chairs are available for hire.