La Reserva

Another Cabell Robinson design, built in 2004. Although a new age course, many already consider it more than capable of hosting international competition, like its neighboring Valderrama, Sotogrande, and San Roque have in the past. With wide, forgiving fairways and large greens, this course allows you to open up your swing. But be cautious, because three-putts can become the norm if you find yourself on the wrong side of green!

Four-star hotel on the Sotogrande Marina, located less than 15 minutes from many of the best golf courses in the Costa del Sol region. The hotel offers a regional restaurant, terrace bar, café, and full-service spa.
 
Argued as the finest luxury five-star property on Spain’s “Sunny Coast”. Each suite at Finca has a private patio or terrace with golf course, garden, or mountain views. There are five dining options, including a fine-dining option offering traditional Spanish cuisine, an Italian restaurant, a bar, beach club, and their signature restaurant Kabuki Raw, offering fine Japanese cuisine. Other amenities include a full-service spa, three pools, tennis and paddle courts, beach club, and 18-hole championship golf course.
 
Five-star, beachfront boutique resort on the Mediterranean with the feel of a classic, whitewashed Andalusian village. All guestrooms and suites are set in the subtropical gardens, while their luxury villas have their own gardens, some with private pools and kitchens. Dining options include The Grill, offering local and international dishes on their signature open-fire grill. The Beach Club offers lighter fares with fresh ingredients from the ocean. Other amenities include a full-service spa, gym, tennis, horse riding, and an 18-hole golf course, which is considered to be the region’s finest parkland courses.