New stay and play packages on Spain’s “Golden Coast”

One of Spain’s newest golf resorts has unveiled its first stay and play packages for golfers.

The Lumine Golf Club is a 45-hole resort with three Greg Norman designed golf courses in a luxury residential living and beach community in Spain’s Costa Dorada region, known as the “Golden Coast.”

The Lakes Course at Lumine Golf Club
Tackle the lakes on a play and stay package at Lumine

Thanks to a new agreement between Lumine, the Tourist Board of Tarragona provincial government and the Association of European Golf Professionals, the club has unveiled two packages intended to drive tourism to the Catalonian region of Northern Spain.

Catalonia and the Costa Brava coastline is best known for PGA Golf de Catalunya, near Girona, the home of the European Tour Qualifying School and the “Green Course” consistently ranked in the top-10 golf courses in Europe.

Lumine is a valuable addition to the golf offer in Northern Spain and provides an ideal one-stop stay and play golf break for golfers not looking to travel or hire a car once they are in destination.

Stay and Play Packages
The first includes one night’s accommodation, two days of unlimited golf, plus dining in the clubhouse post-golf and an evening meal at Lumine’s restaurant for just €160 per person.

The second option includes two nights’ accommodation, 3 days unlimited golf, plus food and beverages for €170 p.p.

Located on 170 acres, the resort has two 18 hole courses and a 9-hole course built around Roman archaeological remains from the second century BC.

The Lakes Course, a links-style championship course features several water hazards that wind around the Sèquia Major wetlands.

While The Hills Course, Lumine’s second championship course runs through white pine trees and offers spectacular views of the nearby coastline.

Completing the golf offering is the 9-hole Ruins Course, also designed by Norman.

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