With two world-class golf courses consistently ranked among the best in Europe, PGA Catalunya Resort has everything the discerning golfer could wish for.
Home to the Spanish Open on three occasions and to the #1 ranked golf course in Spain, the resort is a regular venue for European Tour tournaments.
With its well-equipped, hi-tech practice facilities and superb natural setting—the resort is the perfect golf getaway in Spain.
PGA Catalunya resort hosts one of the TOP 4 golf courses in Europe and the
#1 golf course in Spain.
Located in the province of Catalonia (Spain) and a short drive from the amazing beaches of the Costa Brava, it is considered the best Golf Resort in Spain.
Would you wish to play golf at one of the best golf courses in Europe in perfect weather, surrounded by amazing nature?
And what about staying at a luxury resort and enjoy some of the best cuisines in the world at the same time? Look no further, PGA Catalunya Resort is your ideal destination.
Home to the Spanish Open on three occasions, PGA Catalunya Resort offers its guests two premier-class golf courses and a number of facilities like no other golf resort in Spain.
PGA Catalunya Resort is the culmination of more than 20 years’ work that continues to deliver on – and goes beyond – the vision of its founders.
The resort is owned by Irish entrepreneur Denis O’Brien who also owns Quinta do Lago in Portugal.
It incorporates two established championship-standard golf courses located near the picturesque town of Girona, The imposing Stadium Course, the kinder Tour Course as well as a state-of-the-art Golf Hub.
The beauty of the Stadium Course can distract from the many dangers waiting to do serious damage to your scorecard.
It makes no concessions with its trees pressing onto fairways, strategically placed bunkers and lakes that come into play on no fewer than seven of the toughest holes.
This is a quality that keeps players returning time and again to test themselves at the PGA Catalunya Stadium Course.
It is rare to find so many memorable holes on one course and despite the many ups and downs, tees are elevated and very few fairways are uphill. The stunning dogleg of hole 6 is one of them and it demands nothing less than a driver and total commitment.
For a slightly less stern challenge, turn to the equally beautiful but kinder Tour Course.
Dominated by pine trees and lakes, the course is shorter and a little less difficult to play than the Stadium Course, yet the Ángel Gallardo and Neil Coles design ensures that it remains a challenge for every level of player.
With its well-equipped, hi-tech practice facilities and superb natural setting
— PGA Catalunya Resort it’s the perfect golf getaway in Spain.