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Golf Courses, Hotels & Special Offers in LANZAROTE & FUERTEVENTURA

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Lanzarote Golf

Course:  Lanzarote Golf Location:  Puerto del Carmen Course Designer:  Ron Kirby Established:  2008 Par:  72 – four par 3´s, ten par 4´s, four par 5´s Signature Hole: 6 Lanzarote Golf is a modern golf course with 18 holes, par 72, with ten par 4´s, four…

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Salinas de Antigua – Fuerteventura

Course:  Salinas de Antigua Location:  Antigua, Fuerteventure Course Designer:  Manolo Piñeiro Established:  2006 Par:  70 – five par 3´s, ten par 4´s, three par 5´s Signature Hole: Salinas de Antigua, 18 holes, par 70 course designed by Manolo Piñeiro, twice champion of the World….

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Costa Teguise Golf – Lanzarote

Course:  Costa Teguise Golf Location:  Costa Tebuise, Lanzarote Course Designer:  John Harris Established:  1978 Par:  72 – four par 3´s, ten par 4´s, four par 5´s Signature Hole: With its over 3.500 palms, Costa Teguise Golf 18 holes golf course is an oasis surrounded…

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Playitas Golf

Course:  Las Playitas Golf Location: Las Playitas, Fuerteventura Course Designer:  John Chilver Stainer Established:  2010 Par:  67 – eight par 3´s, seven par 4´s, three par 5´s Signature Hole: 15 This 18 hole course was designed by the renowned Scottish golf course architect, John…

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Fuerteventura Golf Club

Course:  Fuerteventura Golf Club Location:  Costa Calete Course Designer:  Juan Catarineau Established:  2002 Par:  72 – Signature Hole: This unique 18 hole course offers an exceptional practice area, driving range with more than 50 positions, 800 m2 green putting, green approach, bunker and Pro…

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Jandia Golf

Course:  Jandia Golf   Barranco Vinamar, Fuerteventura Location:  Barranco Vinamar, Fuerteventura Course Designer: Ron Kirby Established:  2014 Par: 72 – four par 3´s, ten par 4´s, four par 5´s Signature Hole:  Jandia Golf Course, designed by the renowned American designer Ron Kirby, re-opened to the…

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Sol Jandia Mar Apartments

  The 3***Sol Jandia Mar Apartments are ideally situated for couples and families seeking a peaceful and relaxing holiday. Jandia beach, with its fine white sands, is within 100mts and the fishing village of Morro Jable is a short walk along the road. There…

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Seaside Los Jameos Playa

The 4****Los Jameos Playa hotel is ideally situated across the road from the beach. All the rooms are spacious have space for an extra bed and equipped with air-conditioning, satellite TV, a safe (extra charge), mini-bar and hair dryers. There is also a family room…

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Elba Palace Golf & Vital Hotel

The 5*****Elba Palace Golf Hotel is situated in the heart of the golf course in Fuerteventura Golf Resort and also serving as the Clubhouse.This hotel has been designed along the lines of the traditional architecture of the Canary Islands, with a marvelous interior courtyard…

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Elba Carlota Beach & Convention Resort

The 4**** Hotel Elba Carlota is situated in the Antigua area of Fuerteventura facing the 18 hole Golf Fuerteventura. The hotel has 346 deluxe double rooms, suites and junior suites  and all rooms are equipped with telephone, air-conditioning, mini-bar(on request), TV via satellite, safe deposit,…

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Lanzarote & Fuerteventura Golf Information

Lanzarote, less than 80 miles off the coast of Africa, is the most easterly of the Canary Islands. At just 37 miles long and 12 miles wide, Lanzarote is the fourth largest island in the Canaries, and enjoys a mild dry climate with comfortable daytime temperatures and very little rainfall. This makes Lanzarote the perfect year-round golf holiday destination for golf breaks in Spain. Lanzarote, like the other island in the Canaries, is volcanic in origin. Eruptions during the 18th and 19th Centuries left many parts of Lanzarote with a landscape often described as being other-worldly. The arid climate and lack of erosion means that this 'lunar' or ‘Martian’ scenery appears much as it did just after the eruptions, and results in many stunning features such as the longest volcanic tunnel in the world, the Atlantida Tunnel, which is over 7 km long and includes the La Cueva de los Verdes and Jameos del Agua. Despite the volcanic nature of the island, Lanzarote has several beautiful white beaches such as Playa Blanca and Papagayo. With its enviable climate and a number of new golf courses planned, Lanzarote is set to become a very popular holiday destination for golf breaks in Spain. The first golf course on the Island, Costa Teguise, was opened in 1978. A championship par 72, 18 hole golf course offering a fine standard of golf in very pleasant surroundings of Lanzarote, the course was designed by John Harris and was labeled by none other than Severiano Ballesteros as the golf course with the best design in the Canary Islands and as a course which forces you to use all your resources. Lanzarote's second golf course is just a couple of minutes’ drive from the popular and busy holiday resort of Puerto del Carmen. Also a par 72, 18-hole golf course with a total length of 6,040 metres, the course was designed by previous partner of Jack Nicholas, Ron Kirby. Further golf courses are planned for the southern holiday resorts, Playa Blanca and the Marina resort, Puerto Calero. Fuerteventura, the second largest of the Canary Islands after Tenerife, was declared a biosphere reserve by UNESCO in 2009, and is home to a surprising variety of flora and fauna, and hosts several migratory and nesting birds. The island's name roughly translated means 'strong wind', and Fuerteventura attracts plenty of sailors, surfers, wind-surfers and kite surfers to its clear blue Atlantic waters where whales, dolphins, marlin and turtles are all common sights. A sandstorm known as the Calima blows southwestward from the Sahara Desert and can cause high temperatures, low visibility and drying air. The wind brings in fine white sand and can even bring African locusts to the island. Nevertheless, the climate overall is very pleasant, with around 3,000 hours of sunshine a year, and since the sixties when the first hotel and airport opened, Fuerteventura has established itself as a major European holiday destination. Whilst having fully developed tourist facilities, the island however has not experienced the overdevelopment found on some other islands and consequently caters for visitors attracted by its rugged natural beauty. Fuerteventura has a couple of spectacular golf courses and more are planned. For a golf holiday or break in Spain, the Playitas Golf and PGA Golf Academy, with its 18-hole golf course in the southern part of Fuerteventura in the Playitas Grand Resort offers impressive views over the Atlantic while the bay provides the ideal conditions for golf at all times of the year. With a pleasant ambient temperature and stunning scenery, Fuerteventura makes for an interesting alternative destination for golf holidays and breaks in Spain.

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