Las Colinas Info
In Campoamor, to the south of Alicante, there is a place which is different: Las Colinas Golf & Country Club.
A 330-hectare valley between hills, near the sea, with a championship golf course running through it. An eco-friendly development with low housing intensity, which blends into the surroundings. The ideal place to escape to and enjoy 200,000 sq. metres of beautiful countryside and scenic walks through indigenous flora, orange and lemon groves.
Las Colinas Golf & Country Club is a development which blends into and respects the natural surroundings and the environment.
The project design includes a sustainable development and environment protection measures plan drawn up by Valencia Universidad Politécnica. This plan controls noise and light pollution and promotes landscaping with native trees and plants.
Moreover, 200,000 sq. metres of natural areas, with walks through indigenous vegetation, have been preserved.
Las Colinas Map - Masterplan
Las Colinas Facilities
Las Colinas Golf Course
The golf course extends across the valley between the hills, adapts to the unusual lie of the land and blends naturally into the landscape.The width of its fairways, the design of its extensive undulating greens, and the numerous tees at each hole give it great versatility and mean that it is suitable for professional competitions, while also offering any player a pleasant, enjoyable and affordable game.In addition to its par 71 18-hole championship course, there is a full range of amenities around the Club House, with a golf academy, a driving range of natural lawn, a putting green and an approach area.
Designed by the renowned North American landscape architect, Cabell B. Robinson, the designer of internationally recognized golf courses such as La Reserva in Sotogrande, Finca Cortesín on Costa del Sol, Praia d'El Rey in Portugal and Royal Golf d'Evian in France.
In Cabell’s own words, “my ultimate target as a landscape architect is for the course to form an integral part of the existing landscape... A unique feature of this course is that it runs through a valley between hills high enough to give it privacy and isolate it from its surrounding area."