Lumine Mediterránea Beach & Golf Club, the leading Spanish resort which boasts 45 holes of golf against the serene backdrop of the Mediterranean coastline, truly is a golfing haven in the heart of Costa Daurada. Located near the historic town of Tarragona and the seaside port of Cambrils, Lumine has so much to offer alongside the ultimate golfing experience.
Lumine stretches across 170 hectares, two 18-hole championship courses (The Hills and Lakes) and a challenging nine-hole course (The Ruins). Greg Norman designed both the Lakes and Ruins and the exceptional nature of the layout makes this resort the perfect location for quality golf. As a result, the resort has hosted a number of challenge tour events as well as being home to the European Tour Final Qualifying School for the last three years. The state-of-the-art practice facilities at both clubhouses offer golfers a place to hone their skills. Each location has a full-length driving range, short game and bunker area as well as a putting green, with the Lakes range also offering a newly installed Toptracer system. Alongside the first-class golf courses, The Lumine Beach Club is the perfect spot for non-golfers to relax. The Beach club has seven swimming pools, a restaurant and beach bar, all overlooking the Mediterranean ocean.
The flagship golf course at Lumine is the Greg Norman designed, Lakes Course. Opened in 2008 with a Sergio Garcia Pro-Am, The Great White Shark's fins are all over this challenging, technical test that unfolds over the colourful network of water hazards that wind around the Sequia Major wetlands. Lumine's second championship course, The Hills is topographically very different to its sister course. Designed by Spanish course architect, Alfonso Vidaor, this undulating layout weaves its way through picturesque pine woodlands, olive groves, natural quarries and rocky outcrops, and puts a precedent on shot shaping and course management. Those who choose to play this enthralling layout will also be treated to incredible views over the Mediterranean Sea. Completing the golfing experience at Lumine is another Greg Norman designed course. The Ruins would arguably fit comfortably into a ranking of the Continent's top nine-hole layouts and is appropriately named after the traces of Roman archaeology that form some of the defining features on the layout.
The facilities offered by Lumine Golf Club include the Golf School and the Pro Shop, two world-class restaurants: Lumine Restaurant; boasting creative cuisine on the sea shore where the dishes offer the most exquisite textures, aromas and flavors, and the Hoyo 19 restaurant, which offers a daily menu in a privileged position. There is also a Snack Bar, the perfect place to enjoy an appetiser. Lumine is a company which belongs to the La Caixa Bank. The complex fulfills all environmental criteria for responsible water management and conservation of fauna and flora. As a result Lumine Golf Club was the first course in Spain to be awarded the "Gold Signature Certificate Sanctuary" by Audubon International.