10th INTERNACIONAL ACROBATIC CONVENTION
We will be celebrating our 10th aniversary in the town of Skradin!
It will take place from June 24th till July 1st in Skradin, a beautifull little town on the coast, where the river Krka flows into the Adriatic sea, and just a walking distance from Krka National Park famous for its waterfalls!
This is all you need to have a very good Acro-experience, for beginners to very advanced.
We’ll make it worth your while!!
The venue we booked is well equipped with all we need!
We will offer three meals per day, two cold and and a cooked dinner.
Sleeping is included and will be organized in two hostels, one a part of the venue, and the other 400m away.
We will be training in two well equipped judo halls (1000m²) with exciting teachers
and hopefully all together we can make it our dream acro week!
7 days with at least 40 hours of workshops by:
- Fons Bennink(NL) Acrobat from head to toe.
- Laura Manninen & Antti Leionen(FI)
- Noël Spauwen(NL) The writer of the book: Acrobatic elements and connections
- Millette Nunez (USA)
- Simon Biglmayr (DE)
- Caitlin and Dane of Duo Die Acrobatics(Australia)
- Hugo Hanssen(NL) Co-host and editor of www.truuk.nl and the acrocalendar
- and other workshops
The old name of the town was Scradona and this name is now used by the sporting-venue we are in.
The Cro Combat Centar is a modern, professional sports venue with top of the line, first class training equipment for combat sports.
Situated by the Krka National Park in beautiful surroundings and unified with nature, it offers unique potential for training.
We have oganized a free day excursion to the National Park where we all can make acro under the waterfalls,
and on the 30th of June we will have a big Gala show for all the citizens of Skradin where you are wellcome to perform your acts!
Everything we need is in the same building, a gym, a kitchen, dormatory and a relaxation area.
The food will be mainly vegetarian, but meat may be served.
Since this is an Acrobat for Acrobats festival we may ask you too to do some chores like cleaning or washing up.
Skradin is a beautifull little town on the coast, where the river Krka flows into the Adriatic sea, and just a walking distance from Krka National Park famous for its waterfalls!
It is situated about half-way between the bigger cities of Zadar and Split.
Both Zadar and Split have airports and are in use by several low-cost air-carriers like Ryanair, Croatia Airlines, Eurowings and Easyjet. From Zadar the Bus (Bustickets online ) takes about an hour and costs about 10€
From Split (HR) the Bus (Bustickets online ) takes about an hour and 15 minutes and costs about 10€
There are longdistance busservices like flixbus that can get you to Zadar or Split for a good price, check their site for details.