The biggest resort on the Costa del Sol has a reputation for seriously delicious food, but with such a wide choice, it can be difficult to choose the best restaurants in Marbella.
If you’re thinking about your next holiday, why not choose to play golf on the Costa del Sol? Along with a great climate and fantastic courses, this part of Spain is easy to get to, has great golfing deals and plenty of things to do when you’re not teeing off.
When it comes to great beaches on the Costa del Sol, Marbella boasts some of the best. And even better, three with blue flag status are within easy reach of Rio Real Golf. Read our guide to the best blue flag beaches in Marbella and make a note to visit them during your next stay.
If you’ve chosen Rio Real Golf & Hotel for your golf break in Marbella, it’s worth knowing exactly where the golf resort is and how to get there.
Hacerse con los mejores green fees en Marbella se ha hecho más fácil todavía. Con la última mejora en el sistema de reservas de Río Real puedes elegir entre pagar de forma inmediata o deferir el pago hasta más tarde para más comodidad.
Getting the best green fees in Marbella just got a whole lot easier. With the latest upgrade to the Rio Real Golf booking system you can opt to pay for your round of golf now or later when it’s more convenient.
No two games of golf on the Costa del Sol are the same. Among the over 50 golf courses you’ll find dozens of different challenges and lots of varying terrain. This means that to prepare for your visit you’ll definitely need a mixture of clubs.
Like all Spanish towns, Marbella offers an excellent choice of tapas restaurants. From traditional to trendy and from Andalusian to Basque, you’ll find tapas for all tastes. Choosing the best restaurants wasn’t an easy task, but we’ve put together a list of our favourite five.
Any time of year works for golf on the Costa del Sol. With over 320 days of sunshine every year you can’t really go wrong. But one season has something special about it and is perhaps the best time of the year.
Once upon a time golf was played entirely on foot, but nowadays most golfers prefer to use a golf buggy on their way round the course. In this blog post, we take a look at the pros and cons of riding or walking a course and offer some tips on hiring a golf buggy on the Costa del Sol.