Los Arqueros Golf and Country Club is more than an urbanisation, made up of a collection of individual villages each with their own unique style. Apartments, town houses and villas are spread around the sleek green fairways of the Sevi Ballesteros designed 18 hole course. Situated in the province of Malaga, it stands in the centre of the Costa del Sol region of Spain, only a few kilometres from the popular resort of Marbella.
Los Arqueros is a sublime golfing experience. Not only was the stunning 18 hole par 72 course built to enhance and respect the natural beauty of its surroundings, it was also the vision of an expert Los Arqueros Golf & Country Club is a golfer’s paradise and as its name suggests, provides more than a challenging course with stunning surrounds. Facilities on site also include: Driving Range, Club House including Bar & Restaurant, Pro Shop, Squash Courts, Gymnasium, Sauna, Tennis, Paddle Tennis, Bowling Green, Children’s Play Area.
You can enjoy suntrap beaches, crystal clear turquoise seas, Spanish nightlife, cuisine and culture, all within minutes of Los Arqueros. With picturesque mountain villages to explore as well, there is surely something for everyone. There are also many other excellent golf courses within a short driving distance.
Located just a few minutes drive from the traditional Spanish town of San Pedro de Alcantara and set amongst the foothills of the Sierra de Ronda, Los Arqueros Golf & Country Club offers a combination of spectacular surrounding scenery, peaceful open spaces and exceptional views over the Mediterranean.
For beach lovers, the beaches of San Pedro are unspoilt, quiet and offer long stretches of beach and a charming promenade, which are home to some excellent beach restaurants.
The working Spanish town of San Pedro de Alcantara is located just a few minutes drive from the resort and the old town with its narrow cobbled streets, tiny local stores and restaurants are just lovely.
The fashionable beach resort of Marbella is approx. 15 minutes drive where a visit to the stunning Old Town filled with boutique shops and fragrant, flower-filled squares, is a must. TripAdvisor´s Travellers Choice Awards voted Marbella the 7th best holiday destination in the whole of Spain in 2014.
Benahavis, a quaint mountain village, approximately 10 minutes drive from the resort, is renowned for its gastronomy. Often called the dining room of the Costa del Sol, is a must for the Fine Diner. Its terrain is traversed by the rivers Guadalmina, Guadaiza, and Guadalmansa and provides places of great natural and historic interest within its boundaries, such as El Cerro del Duque, Daidin, and the Montemayor Castle.
Mijas Pueblo, an old white-washed village perched on a hillside, is a great day out with many tourist shops, a traditional bullring, great choice of dining, fantastic views and much more....
The villages of Monda, Ojen and Tolox are 30 minutes drive and offer you a glimpse of the real Spain and the traditional Spanish way of life. There is a Safari tour available from the coast.
A half an hour’s drive will take you to Ronda and its famous Gorge, which leads you to the gateway to the Pueblos Blancos. Or visit El Chorro and swim in the Ardales Lakes.
The location of this apartment provides easy road access all along the Costa del Sol.
Gibraltar is accessible within an hour and if you drive a little bit further you’ll discover the unspoilt beaches of Tarifa and the Costa de la Luz, great for wind surfing.
The beautiful cities of Sevilla and Granada are approximately 2 hours drive away. In Winter you can ski in the Sierra Nevada resort situated above Granada.
Spain's region of Andalucia is composed of eight provinces, stretching from the south-east to the south-west of the country, each one named for its capital city: Cadiz, Cordoba, Jaen, Huelva, Almeria, Malaga, Granada and Seville.
Once Spain´s poorest region, Andalucia - and specifically the provinces of Malaga, Granada and Seville - is now one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe, thanks to its sandy beaches, beautiful countryside, spectacular mountain ranges, fabulous monuments and high-spirited people who live life to the full and are well known for their exuberance, warmth and hospitality.
Andalucia is also home of flamenco and bullfighting, which can be best enjoyed at the region´s countless ferias and romerias
But perhaps the most unique feature of this enchanting region are the remnants of its Moorish past. The Moors were a mixture of Berbers and Arabs who crossed into Spain from North Africa by the Straits of Gibraltar and occupied the peninsula - which they called al Andalus - for more than seven centuries, dating from 710 when they first landed in Tarifa. Within a mere four years they had virtually conquered the entire country, although they soon withdrew to the southern part of the peninsula, where they established, in the towns of Cordoba, Seville and Granada, one of the most sophisticated civilisations of the Middle Ages. Each of these Andalucian capitals boasts spectacular remains of their monuments, the most unforgettable of which is, undoubtedly, Granada's Alhambra palace.
Andalucia has 500 miles of coastline and of which 70% are sandy beaches. The Mediterranean seaboard is graced by the Costa de Almeria, Costa Tropical and the glamorous, cosmopolitan Costa del Sol, while the Costa de la Luz lies along the Atlantic shore to the west of Gibraltar.
As well as Andalucia´s fascinating cities and dazzling shores, the region is sprinkled with tiny unspoiled villages and whitewashed towns - the famous pueblos blancos - which tourists often overlook, even though they are of easy access, such as Casares, Gaucin and Frigilana.
Andalucia, then, is a region of startling contrasts and great charm. Yet, this mysterious corner of Europe is easy to reach, with hundreds of charter flights arriving each week at Malaga´s Pablo Picasso International Airport, which lies midway between Malaga, the main city of the coast, and Torremolinos, the region´s most legendary resort.