There are over 250 golf courses throughout Spain, with many clustered in the sunny regions of the Costa del Sol, Costa Blanca and the Balearic Islands. Within just a 30 mile radius of Torrevieja, there’s are over 12 courses, including top-level ones like Las Colinas, Real Golf La Manga Club, Campoamor and La Finca, all with excellent surrounding facilities
Most people that own a property on a golf course on the Costa del Sol don’t play golf! So why do so many non golfers buy a property on a golf course?
The Views – Golf courses are well kept and maintained and the views aren’t going to change so you don’t need to worry about anything being built in front of you.
The properties – Golf courses by their nature are large spaces and developments and villas tend to be larger and better value than coastal properties
The Location – While being in the hustle and bustle of everything can be appealing for a week’s holiday it is less so for longer stays. Developments on golf courses tend to be more peaceful but often only a few minutes drive or taxi ride to restaurants and amenities.
The Facilities – Golf courses on the Costa del Sol usually have club houses open to the public with great restaurants and often leisure facilities.
Investment potential – There are lots of new developments being constructed on golf courses which present great opportunities. Even if you look at an established development then they often offer good rental returns as they are popular all year round.