Parador Luis Vives, Avda. de los Pinares, 151,46012 El Saler, Valencia
Telf. 961 611 186
Built in 1968 by the internationally recognized "architect of Spanish golf," Javier Arana, the course is located in the El Saler Nature Reserve, on the shores of the Mediterranean sea and is just south of Valencia. The course is considered one of the 60 best in the world and one of the 3 best in Europe.

 The design took into account its integration into the protected landscape (with native plants such as the famous pale stonecrop plant, locally called "cat's claw"). The course layout is varied, ranging from the beach links to areas of typical Mediterranean forest. The par-72 course measures 6468 m, spread out over 18 holes.

 The club also offers a golf school; driving range; putting greens; 2 approach greens; a pro-shop; rental of clubs, hand carts and electric golf carts; and a restaurant and snack bar.
Green Fees:
 Low season - months of January, February, July, August, September, November and December: 18 holes: €95 9 holes: €57
High season - months of March, April, May, June and October 18 holes: €105 9 holes: €63
Fees are reduced for visitors staying at the Parador. map


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