La Cala Golf – book now for an extra green fee & spa

Reserve at La Cala Golf Resort before the 10th October, and include an additional green fee on the 7 nights package & daily spa access for stays from the 15th October until the 30th December.

7 nights + 4 green fees + Daily Spa access:

  • October: from 544€ per person (It already includes a special 7 x 6 nights)
  • November: 511€ per person
  • December: 476€ per peson

Don’t miss this opportunity to discover one of the leading golf resorts in the “Costa del Sol”.  Follow this link for details.

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September in Valle del Este

Enjoy at Valle del Este Resort with this special offer. 7 nights half board + unlimited golf at Valle del Este + Daily spa access for only 396€ per person until the 15th September and 370€ per person from the 16th to 30th September.

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Autumn sunshine golf holidays


Hold on to that summer feeling longer and book now your autumn golf break to Spain with some of our special packages with prices that are hard to believe.

Check our latest August newsletter with offers.

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Book early & save more in your Autumn holidays

For our clients who haven’t received it, here is our latest newsletter

Special discounts or added values on the 7 night package if you book before the 31st July for stays from 1st September onwards.

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Vintage Feat

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Barely five months ago, Miguel Ángel Jiménez was laid up in a hospital bed recovering from an operation to his tibia, which he had broken in a skiing accident in Sierra Nevada. Now, in just his second tournament appearance since putting the crutches aside (he missed the cut in the Spanish Open in El Saler in April), the European Tour’s oldest winner produced a remarkable performance to close birdie-eagle at the daunting Wentworth course and finish joint fourth (with overnight leader Alejandro Cañizares) in the flagship BMW PGA Championship.

It was the Málaga-born star’s 600th Tour appearance – joining Sam Torrance (706), Barry Lane (682), Roger Chapman (619), Eamonn Darcy (610) and Malcolm McKenzie (605) in that select group – an achievement that was officially recognised on the eve of the tournament with a special presentation by chief executive George O’Grady and tournament chairman Thomas Björn: a tantalus decanter containing a 600-year-old whisky

“It’s been an amazing journey,” said Jiménez, during the presentation at the Players’ Awards dinner. “The game has given me an amazing life and amazing experiences and I have enjoyed almost every minute of it. I have had some special victories and experiences and it is difficult to pick out one highlight.

“This year is my 25th year in a row on the European Tour and I have seen so much change, and so many players. I think I have survived four generations on the Tour. When I started I was playing with Seve, with Lyle and Woosnam and all those players. Then came Olazábal, Faldo and Monty and their generation. Then you had Clarke and Westwood, guys like that. And now when I go on Tour they are kids. Rory and all of the these young boys are children!”

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Twilight offer at Rio Real Golf

Rio Real is starting early with their twilight offer. Special green fee price from 14:30 onwards: 62€ per person. Offer valid until the 26th of May, 2013.

Offer also available with buggy, check our web page for more information.

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Buggy included in Alcaidesa

Buggy is now included with your green fee in Alcaidesa for all bookings between 1st and 31st of May.

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Golf’s Bold New World

While the men’s game has, in many ways, become tediously predictable in recent seasons, the Ladies European Tour offers a marked contrast: blossoming new talent, exotic horizons and a sparkle of sensuality… all with a rich Spanish flavour.

In 2012 Carlota Ciganda from Navarra became the first Ladies European Tour player since the irrepressible Laura Davies 27 years before to secure the LET Order of Merit and Rookie of the Year titles in the same season.

Last week, Lydia Ko, the world’s number one ranked amateur, won her third event as a professional, at 15 years, eight months and 17 days becoming the youngest LET champion, the first home winner of the New Zealand Open and the third amateur to win an LET title.

In between, Belén Mozo, who features on the promotional poster for this week’s Australian Open in Canberra, posed nude for ESPN Magazine.

Fellow Spaniards Ciganda, Beatriz Recari  and Marbella’s Azahara Muñoz (a winner on the US LPGA Tour in 2012) join her in the field at Royal Canberra Golf Club.

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