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    PGA Catalunya

    PGA Catalunya

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    Set amidst the Catalonia backdrop that inspired Dali and Gaudi, PGA Catalunya Resort is tucked amongst the beauty of mature pines, majestic mountain tops and two world-class golf courses ranked no.2 in Spain, no.3 in Europe and no.88 in the world. It is ideally situated just minutes from the historic streets of Girona, within an hour of the diverse city life in Barcelona and an hour-and-a-half from world-class skiing on the slopes of the Pyrenees. The Costa Brava is on your doorstep offering over 20 Michelin-star restaurants, 160 km of beaches and enough outdoor activities to keep everyone happy.

    Two championship golf courses, an expansive clubhouse and exquisite dining are completed and ready for your enjoyment, with a host of other amenities in development. The Stadium Course, host to the 2009 Spanish Open, consistently holds the coveted top three ranking in Europe, while the Tour Course offers challenging rounds to players of all levels. The master plan includes a further sports club with tennis courts and spa, while beyond the estate, homeowners can enjoy the beautiful beach club facility at nearby Hotel Santa Marta, a nearby equestrian centre and the La Molina-Masella ski resort in the Pyrenees.

    Currently there is an initial release of golf view home sites in this low-density development, as well as a select number of turnkey villas. Each expansive residence is tucked into its natural environment affording you privacy without compromising breathtaking views. The sleek contemporary architecture of these homes encompasses 250 to 400 square meters in size on home sites up to 4,000 square meters. Pricing for the turnkey villas start at €950,000, with individual home sites starting at €395,000.

    Spacious townhomes spanning over 180 square meters available with purchase prices starting at €710,000. Retreat apartments with 95 square meters of living space starting at €385,000.

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    Costa Brava

    With a name meaning fierce coast, it is known as one of the most famous Spanish coastlines. Stretching from the French border to just north of Barcelona with picture-perfect beaches and collection of quaint Spanish beach towns, its steep cliffs and small romantic coves are the images from which postcards are made.

    The region brilliantly shines with the Gulf of Roses, the 15 km sunlit curve of long sandy beaches from the Cap de Creus peninsula in the north to the Montgri range in the south. The 160km of beaches in this region has remained true to its environment emphasizing the lush vegetation, natural reserves and golden sand.

    This is also home to the Empuriabrava marina, with over 5,000 mooring sites, an extensive network of channels and a small aerodrome for light aircraft and helicopters. Adding to the beaches are the countless activities available from hiking and cycling to diving and water sports to sailing and horseback riding. Costa Brava is a fierce coast with an intensity for the finer things in life.


    Just 10 minutes from PGA Catalunya Resort, explore the fascinating mosaic of historical treasures and monuments that make up the city of Girona.
    The impressive cathedral and the picturesque streets of the historic quarter ooze medieval charm, taking you back to times past. Its historic bridges and churches, its many museums, good shopping and atmosphere, give this university city its unique character.

    Barcelona, the hot city of Europe

    The vibrant metropolis of Barcelona is the pride of Catalonia and a popular destination for both international visitors and Spaniards alike.

    This lively city brings together artistic monuments from all times, a unique awareness of style and design and the temperament of South Europe, giving it an irresistible urban diversity.
    Key to Barcelona’s fame are its varied shopping possibilities and its lively nightlife. In addition, visitors must not forget to go to Las Ramblas, one of the most beautiful walks in Europe, which starts at Plaça de Catalunya and leads directly to the port. Also from Plaça Catalunya but in the opposite direction, visitors can enjoy a truly unique shopping and art experience; luxury boutiques, international fashion houses and the most beautiful modernist buildings line the Passeig de Gracia and surrounding area.

    The buzzling nightlife attracts visitors from all over the world to its widely renowned fashionable bars and clubs. The beach, with its chiringuitos (beach bars), and the neighbourhood of Ciutat Vella have restaurants, bars and clubs for all tastes.

    With shopping, cultural visits, sunbathing on the beach, fantastic nightlife or football matches, there is always something to do in Barcelona.

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