COSTA DEL SOL, SPAIN
Home to the Benahavis Senior Masters and the Spanish Ladies’ Open, these beautiful courses was designed by Ryder Cup winner Manuel Pinero. As such, you can expect an environment that’s truly suited to the subtleties of the sport. Situated in the Benahavis valley and flanked by mountain ranges, visitors to the Melia Marbella La Quinta are in for stunning scenery, a welcoming climate and excellent accommodation.
Your selection of Manuel Pinero-designed La Quinta courses begins with the San Pedro, an open course with wide fairways. Players can look forward to nine pleasant but subtly challenging holes and a beautiful, expansive views.
With narrow fairways and tricky greens, the Ronda is a step up in technical difficulty from the San Pedro.
Recently remodelled, the Guadaiza is the most challenging of the La Quinta courses. Requiring a total range of skills and shots, the La Quinta asks invigorating questions of any golfing enthusiast.
Sitting atop the hills surrounding Marbella’s famous Golf Valley, the La Quinta is a haven of balmy tranquility. Hand-crafted furnishings and terracotta flooring give the hotel a distinctly Andalusian feel, and a range of rooms and suites from Junior to Presidential caters for all tastes and budgets. Three restaurants, two bars, a spa, swimming pool and countless activities mean you’ll never run out of ways to relax and enjoy yourself. Angled towards British clients, the La Quinta takes the welfare of its UK visitors very seriously, and service is fantastic; a fact reflected by their ever-increasing collection of awards.