LUMINE Mediterránea Beach&Golf Community is a golfers’ paradise. Everything here is green: 170 hectares devoted to three golf courses with the 45 newest holes in Spain and two club-houses. Each of these courses gives the player a different experience. Not only because of the challenge they pose, but also for their design: the 18 holes of the Lakes Course are fully embedded in Nature, around the wetlands; the 9 holes in the Ruins Course run between archaeological ruins; and from the 18-hole Hills Course, you can view the quarries, pine groves and the sea.
But the most important feature of the LUMINE Golf Club courses is that they have won the Audubon International Gold Signature Sanctuary Certificate. This award recognises the environmentally sustainable model of the LUMINE Golf Club and its responsible management of water.
Respect and the integration of the course in the terrain have created an attractive, course. Long, long fairways to develop your best game.
Its 9 holes are laid out on fairly flat ground among singular Roman archaeological remains dating from the second century BC.
This is the most technically difficult of the three courses: its design makes it a genuine challenge for any golfer.
The design of LUMINE Golf Club was entrusted to the “Great White Shark”, Greg Norman.