Fuerteventura Golf Club

Fuerteventura Golf Club at Caleta De Fuste played host to the 2004 Spanish Open, helping to give the island a golfing identity due to televising the match play and spectacular island scenery to some 600 million people worldwide. Fuerteventura Golf Club is often referred to as 'the largest green area on the rock' and being located just 8km from the island's airport, it offers pretty much instant airport to green access.

The course is a classic par 70 just 200 metres from the beach. Fuerteventura golf incorporates an exceptional practice area, driving range with more than 50 positions, green putting, green approach, bunker and pro shop store.

The course is arranged around some stunning fuerteventura golf villas and apartments with the 5-star clubhouse at the Elba Palace Golf Resort, offering great views down to the beach at Caleta de Fuste. There's a choice of several restaurants and plenty of leisure and spa facilities on site.

Hills and dunes are very much the order of the day at Fuerteventura Golf Resort Salinas de Antigua. This challenging 18-hole, par 70 course was designed by twice world champion Manuel Piñero and tests both technical and strategic ability. The Salinas de Antigua offers full services and an impressive and friendly clubhouse, bar and restaurant.