Boasting extensive five-star facilities and a world-class golfing pedigree, Spain’s La Manga Club has everything needed for a luxury golf getaway, and guests can take advantage of outstanding value when booking a stay-and-play break this winter.
Recently granted royal status and awarded the title ‘Real Golf La Manga Club’ in recognition of its key role in promoting Spanish golf, the Murcian resort is synonymous with golfers across Europe for its golfing excellence and is offering a choice of three, five and seven-night packages over the coming months.
Featuring three 18-hole golf courses, a nine-hole academy course and outstanding practice facilities, La Manga Club also offers an average of more than 300 days’ sunshine a year and is the perfect solution for players eager to escape the clutches of winter.
Bookable until March 31, 2018, the eye-catching breaks include the opportunity to play all three of the resort’s renowned 18-hole courses – the North, South and West, all ranked inside Spain’s top 40.
Bed-and-breakfast accommodation is available in either La Manga Club’s five-star Hotel Principe Felipe or four-star Las Lomas Village, while guests keen to hone their golfing techniques before taking to the course can do so at La Manga Club’s recently-opened Golf Training Centre.
All prices are based on two people sharing a room and also feature complimentary use of Spa La Manga Club’s fitness centre, indoor pool, saunas and steam rooms.
Opened in 1972 and set across an area of 1,400 acres, La Manga Club continues to set the benchmark for European sports and leisure destinations as it celebrates its 45th anniversary.
The resort has been rewarded for continued investment in its facilities with a host of leading honours in 2017, including being named ‘Europe’s Leading Luxury Resort & Villas 2017’ at the World Travel Awards Europe this autumn.
In addition to golf, La Manga Club is the official overseas training base of the Lawn Tennis Association, with other class facilities including a 28-court tennis centre, a 2,000sqm spa and fitness centre and a new European Cricket Performance Centre – the only one in Europe. The resort also offers a choice of four and five-star accommodation and more than 20 bars and restaurants.
n Three, five and seven-night golf breaks are available to book at La Manga Club until March 31, 2018, with prices starting from only €285pp (approx £254). Packages include golf on any of the resort’s 18-hole golf courses, bed-and-breakfast accommodation and use of Spa La Manga Club’s fitness centre, indoor pool, saunas and steam rooms.
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