The favourable location of the lands of the Club de Golf Costa Dorada Tarragona provide mild and sunny winters and temperate summers which, along with the sea breeze, give the course a special light all year.
The Club de Golf Costa Dorada Tarragona, opened in 1983, was the province’s first golf course. It occupies a property of 55 hectares in which the natural surroundings have been maintained.
The 18-hole (par 72) course offers a certain difficulty. For example, the 13th hole is a par 5 of 582 metros, one of the longest of any golf course in Spain. The 16th and 17th holes are also considered difficult with lakes and areas of water.
It has a nursery, two pools, golf shop, material rental, two putting greens and a driving range with approach zone and bunker.
The clubhouse is in a restored 19th-century country house on a hill surrounded by trees, with a view of practically the whole course. The restaurant, which is open at midday, specialises in Catalan cuisine.