The only island of Spain with a tropical beach, Golf de la Laguna is home to many top surfing breaks, making it the perfect holiday destination for beginners and professionals alike. The resort town hosts some of the best golf courses in the region and has all the facilities to make an unforgettable holiday. A trip to this beautiful part of the Iberian peninsula starts by taking a boat trip down the Laguna, where you will have a chance to take a look at some of the fantastic beaches. Some of the most famous names in surfing, such as those operated by Billabong and fronts like these are located here.
Another reason why golf is such a popular choice for tourists is its proximity to other tourist hotspots, with Fuengirola, Mallorca Beach all close by and easily accessible by road. Activities on the nearby beaches include windsurfing, banana boating, sailing and water skiing. For those who want a more leisurely stay, there are plenty of villas available to rent and many of the village shops have restaurants and bars to be found, making it possible for tourists to make many connections while on vacation. There is also a choice of staying on the beach itself – the two self-contained resorts, Laguna De Arenal (The Arenal Palm) and El Charco, each with their own outdoor swimming pool, offer superb facilities.
There are plenty of other attractions to be had on Golfa de la Laguna, and many activities can be taken on the many walking and biking trails throughout the village liga228. Visitors can take part in horse riding, hiking, cycling and walking and can visit nearby ruins of old churches, fortresses and monasteries. For those who prefer a bit of luxury, there are plenty of exclusive hotels and self-contained villas available to rent. These come with their own swimming pools, jacuzzis, hot tubs and other facilities, including spas and fitness centers.
For those who would like to take in a bit of culture, there are the theatre and opera. This is an inexpensive way to enjoy a show or a charming performance by local talents. There are also shows and musicals every night, plus several free performances daily. There are lots of small shops around the area, where you can buy souvenirs and gifts for friends and family back home. This is also a great place to buy food and drinks and the tapas (small Spanish meals made with rice) are excellent.
If you would rather be more active, there are plenty of sporting activities on offer in addition to golf. Horses can be hired for afternoon pleasure, as can a quad bike. There are many tennis courts at the village, as well as football pitches for play. Other sports include fishing, sailing, fishing, camping and mountain climbing. Vacationers often choose to book self-catering accommodation in close proximity to the activities they want to try on their trip, so they do not have to travel too far.
The village of Lisbon has grown rapidly in recent years, following a major recession that the country suffered. Many businesses were damaged during the recession, but those have now been restored and are reviving their presence on the local map. Lisbon is also a lively city, teeming with culture, history and modernity. In short, if you are looking for a place to go and experience a bit of Portugal’s background, this is definitely worth checking out.