Starting from the water, as you would probably expect, with sailing, windsurfing and the more recent addition - kite-surfing, which will be an olympic sport in Brasil in 2016.
365 days a year, competitive sailing is part of the culture here, with four sailing clubs and another committed to windsurfing, leaving very few days free in the international   event calendar. Climbing, free-climbing, canyoning, mountain biking, road cycling, downhill, uphill, football and five-a-side, basketball, archery, athletics, dance   and fitness, nordic walking, running, gymnastics, volleyball, roller skating, rugby, tennis, swimming, trekking, orienteering, horse-riding, canoeing and of course, jogging.