Hotel Los Monteros is located Marbella, in the heart of the ‘Golf Mile’, 15km from Puerto Banús, with its lively bars and restaurants, and 45 minutes from Malaga. This superb hotel is situated 500m from the beach and is surrounded by lush sub-tropical gardens. All of the luxurious guestrooms have either a private balcony or terrace from which you can enjoy views of either the gardens, the Mediterranean or Marbella. The hotel has three restaurants, El Corzo for a la carte dining, Flamingo which is a buffet restaurant and La Cabane which specializes in fresh local seafood dishes. There are two outdoor swimming pools (one adult only) and a heated indoor pool. Other facilities include a gym, tennis courts, sauna and spa.Click to See Golf Courses
Los Arqueros is a Par 71 championship course measuring 5679m, it is located in San Pedro, 10 minutes from Marbella. This stunning course was the first course designed by Seve Ballesteros, and as it is set amongst the mountains of the Sierra de Ronda golfers can enjoy wonderful views over the Mediterranean. The course has various landscapes and three lakes which come into play on numerous holes. For most of the round, accuracy is much more important than length because of the tight fairways, wide bunkers, doglegs, creeks and water hazards. This is a tough, but enjoyable course that can be enjoyed by players of all abilities.
Marbella Club Golf Course is a par 72 measuring 6247m, designed by Dave Thomas. It enjoys a stunning position with views of the Sierra, Gibraltar, the African coastline and the Mediterranean. The course layout includes beautiful waterfalls, lakes, numerous bunkers and well protected, undulating greens. The front nine holes uniquely feature three consecutive Par 5s, which although provide a stern test of golf, they also offer some of the best scenery of the course. The level of service is excellent and the Club House is very stylish and welcoming.
El Chaparral is a Par 72 measuring 5649m. It is located between Fuengirola and Marbella and since it re-opened it has become one of the most attractive golf clubs on the Costa del Sol. It has 6 par 3s, 6 par 4s and 6 par 5s and the layout will offer a challenge to any level of golfer. Every hole is different and you will love the scenery around the course, it is tree lined and climbs its way through the hills and back down into the valleys demanding the use of almost all the clubs in the bag. The quality of the greens is largely due to the expert care of agronomist Manuel Pantoja, who has not only redesigned a number of the holes but is also responsible for their constant upkeep.
San Pedro is the original nine hole course at La Quinta and forms part of the toughest course make-up. It is an open course with wide fairways, but finding the correct position off the tee is crucial. The Ronda, named after a beautiful local village is a great nine hole course with narrow undulating fairways and very fast difficult greens. With many blind shots to be negotiated, this is a test of precision and accuracy. The most demanding hole is the long 6th, with requires three good strikes to find the green. The Guadaiza is the newest nine hole course at La Quinta. Set against the backdrop of the awe-inspiring Sierra Blanca mountain range, it enjoys many changes of levels and numerous dog legs that make it just as exciting as the other two courses. It is the longest of the three loops and demands long, accurate drives.
The Atalaya Old Course is a Championship Par 72 measuring 6146m, designed byBernard Von Limburger. This tree lined parkland course enjoys wide fairways, fast elevated greens, several water hazards and spectacular views across La Concha mountain.
With its versatile tees this is an enjoyable and achievable round for all handicaps. You certainly won’t be disappointed when you play a round on the Atalaya Old Course as part of you golf holiday to Spain.