Costa Adeje Golf Course, Tenerife

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Just 5 kilometres from Playa de las Americas and built on the site of a former banana plantation, Costa Adeje was inaugurated in 1998. Designed by Pepe Gancedo this Par 72 golf course overlooks the sea and the island of Gomerada, its unusual layout respects the old farm terraces that slope down to the sea framed by the original dry stone walls which used to delimit the former banana plantation areas in which the terrain was divided back in those days. These have been restored to sum up the unique enclave of this golf course.

With really beautiful views of the ocean, the island of La Gomera and the rugged Adeje mountains, this unique golf course features 27 holes with wide open greens, lakes and craters and clear views across to the island of La Gomera help to make this a real favourite. The pleasant and spacious Club House has large terraces and a central courtyard. An unusual feature is the lift which takes you down to the driving range in your buggy.

The course has a high value given by the golf players, for the idiosyncrasy of its round and the spectacular environmental surroundings.

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