denia marriott la sella golf resort & Spa
La Sella Golf Resort is less than a 10-minute drive from Dénia and Jávea on the Costa Blanca, next to one of the best golf courses in the region of Valencia. It combines beach, sport and fun, as well as the chance to enjoy nature at the foot of Montgó Natural Park, and is just 55 minutes by car from the airports of Alicante and Valencia.
Just like a rare gem on the sun-drenched Mediterranean Costa Blanca, the Denia Marriott La Sella Golf Resort & Spa is one of the most luxurious hotels in Alicante. At La Sella Spa you will find a wide range of facial and body treatments and they also have treatments for golfers. The Spa includes a fully-equipped gym.
The Resort with its 27-hole Golf course is a haven for golfers searching for a balance between beauty and challenge. Activities at the resort include flamenco, horseback riding and wine tasting, to regattas, beach sports and tours of ancient landmarks.
There's a choice of restaurants and bars, including the Montgo Restaurant offering Mediterranean cuisine with character. Spacious, well-appointed guest rooms exude a sense of comfort and luxury, with balconies to enjoy the views.
The Golf Courses
La Sella Golf Course is surrounded by the Natural Park of Montgó, a Mediterranean forest, and was designed by prolific golfer José María Olazábal, double champion of The Masters in Augusta in 1994 and 1999 and European Ryder Cup Captain in 2012.
La Sella Golf has been the official home of the European Ladies Golf Cup since 2008, as well as hosting meetings of different Spanish teams and other important events. Its three courses differentiate themselves by colours and by names of winds according to their geographical location.
The first 9 holes are oriented towards the South. In valencian language, this name is the warm wind from the Sahara, which causes tropical and dry air masses. These holes, running between huge masses of pine are characterized by its scenic beauty with spectacular views of the natural park of Montgó. Technically difficult this is a varied course where the player will have to use almost all clubs.
The second 9 holes lead eastwards and owes its name to ancient times where this wind was used by ships to go to Greece. Located in a more flat land, this course adds more presence of water to the game and with the last holes of the golf course designed to be decisive for the score.
Coming from the North, this cold wind, feared by farmers, allocates the new 9 holes. Three pairs 3, 4 and 5, situated in a higher area than most other holes of the course, these holes offer a spectacular view on the sea, the Segaria Mountain and the natural park of Montgó. With wider fairways and large Greens, this course is designed to enjoy golf in full nature.
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