Lumine Mediterránea Beach & Golf Community offers golfers unique playing opportunities in an idyllic part of Europe. Lumine is less than an hour away from Barcelona on the Costa Daurada, one of the most peaceful and serene regions of the Spanish coast.
The quality and conditioning of the three courses at Lumine are among the property’s key features, especially the two championship courses which have played host to European Tour Qualifying School Final Stage for the last two years. Alongside the incredible courses, Lumine’s extensive practice facilities, two clubhouses and beach club with 8 swimming pools create the complete golfing experience for anyone looking for a relaxing getaway.
With local attractions including: the ancient city of Tarragona, the Cambrils Marina and PortAventura World, this resort offers the complete Spanish golfing package. Lumine also works closely with local 4-star and 5-star hotels, giving guests the opportunity to live in luxury while playing at their courses.
The Lumine Hills Course
The Lumine Hills course, a 6,334 metre par 72 course offers a challenging round, while displaying incredible views of the coastline.
The Hills Course is the course that gives players the most spectacular views. The course, near Cape Salou, runs through leafy woods of white pine and extensive plantations of olive and carob trees that climax in incredible views over the sea. Respect and the integration of the course in the terrain have created an attractive, varied course, whose length complies with the regulations for high-level competition. Long, long fairways to develop your best game.
The Lumine Lakes Course
The Lumine Lakes course, a 6,300 metre par 71 course has been designed by the golfing legend Greg Norman, who has created a technically difficult course, requiring a thoughtful round of golf from anyone who tackles it. The Lakes golf Course winds round the Sèquia Major wetlands area, classified as a space of Natural Interest. Mediterranean environment and landscape that are perfect for relaxing in. This is the most technically difficult of the three courses: its Links design makes it a genuine challenge for any golfer.
The Ruins Course
The Ruins Course is located between the Lakes and Hills Course Club-houses, on the highest slope of the Lumine community. It was previously a zone of olive and carob trees, which have been transplanted so as to conserve the original Mediterranean countryside. Probably, the greatest peculiarity of its 9 holes is that they are laid out on fairly flat ground among singular Roman archaeological remains dating from the second century BC. This course is a must-play for those looking to let their inner-historian out on a golfing day.