Salobre

Salobre

Salobre

Salobre | NCG Top 100s: European Golf Resorts

If you’re looking for a golfing holiday to the Canary Islands, then the Salobre Resort ticks pretty much every box you could ask for. There are 27 stunning holes of golf, an incredible hotel and wellness centre, children’s games room, and the opportunity to explore the island in the North Atlantic Ocean.

Starting with the golf; Salobre is the only golfing venue in Gran Canaria to play host to 27 holes of golf. There is the Old Course, which was designed in 1999 and is the original 18-hole lay-out at the property. That was joined by the New Course a decade later, and there is also the Salobre Golf Academy, which is a key part of the learning side of things at the resort. Qualified professionals are on hand to help, and the driving range also is the home to the only TrackMan system in Gran Canaria.

Away from the course, the Salobre Hotel Resort & Serenity is a stunning place to rest your head, and to do so much more. There is a fabulous variety of rooms and suites at the Salobre, from Double Deluxe Rooms, all the way up to Serenity Suites and Deluxe Panoramic Views Suites with a Rooftop Jacuzzi.

The Salobre Hotel Resort & Serenity is also the home to the Be Aloe Wellness Centre, which provides facial and body treatments to help guests of the hotel relax, unwind and rejuvenate themselves. A number of different options are available, including the wellness circuit, indoor and outdoor pools, steam rooms and the fitness suite.

A trip to Salobre is a trip well worth it, thanks to its incredible climate in the Canary Islands as well. With temperatures pretty much the same year round, you can come to Salobre at any time of year and have the same experience. 

 
 
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Salobre Overview | NCG Top 100s: European Golf Resorts

Salobre Golf

Salobre Golf Course is the only golf course in Gran Canaria that offers three loops of 9 to create a 27-hole golfing paradise. The New and The Old Course can merge to feature three different loops by combining the Old Course’s 18 holes and the 9 holes of the Par-36 New Course.

1999 saw the opening of the Old Course at Salobre. Designed by Roland Favré, the Par 71 Championship lay-out has hosted several important events, including the Spanish PGA Championship in 2006.

The New Course at Salobre was built in 2008, and a decade later, new tees were introduced to up the level of the venue. Due to the natural environment, the New Course resembles British links courses. It might be shorter, but it still provides a tough test for golfers.

From the summer of 2022, David William has been in charge of a comprehensive modernisation of the property. New tees have been introduced, along with new bunkers, rough areas and other improvements. These enhancements have made the course more sustainable, which will help both the resort and the surrounding areas for years to come.

Salobre Golf Academy

What’s known as ‘The Practice Mile’ at Salobre is an area where golfers of all levels can practise their golfing abilities. There is both a driving range and a short game area so both the long and short games can be worked on at the Practice Mile.

The Golf Academy is the home to the only TrackMan system in Gran Canaria, to learn how to improve your game through data analysis. Thanks to the TrackMan System, players can access all the data required to make the improvements that their game and swing require.

With the help of that technology, lessons and coaching can be aided with the TrackMan analysis, so the qualified professionals can help your game even more. Both beginners and experienced golfers are welcomed for coaching sessions at the Salobre Golf Academy.

Salobre Hotel Resort & Serenity

The Gran Canaria Salobre Hotel Resort & Serenity rooms are designed to allow guests to relax and sleep well. There are spacious rooms with views of the natural landscape and the golf course from the majority of rooms.

There are plenty of different options to choose from at the Salobre Hotel Resort & Serenity. Even the most standard of rooms, the Double Deluxe, has a king-sized bed, bath and separate shower, high speed Wi-Fi, TV with international channels and more. All this is encapsulated within a stylish room.

From there, there are Double Deluxe Superior rooms, some of which are on the 11th floor of the hotel to provide the best views across the golf course and beyond. There are Deluxe Suites with both views of the golf course and of the panoramic views of the North Atlantic Ocean. On the rooftop, there are Serenity Suites and Deluxe Panoramic View Suites with Jacuzzis.

Be Aloe Centre

The Salobre Hotel Resort & Serenity plays host to the Be Aloe Centre. This is the perfect setting for meditations sessions, as well as for holistic treatments and sports activities. 

The Be Aloe Centre is the home to a gym, basketball court, cycling, football pitch, yoga class and running track, as well as having walking, cycling and running routes around the resort which can stretch up to as far as eight miles. 

The Centre also offers a selection of facial and body therapies. Anti-stress massages, facial treatments, aloe vera therapy and much more is offered, along with a wellness circuit. This starts with the indoor area, eliminating toxins at the Finnish sauna, before enjoying the eucalyptus-scented steam bath, oxygen therapy cabin, a selection of ritual teas at the relaxation area, ending with a dip in the outdoor pool which is constantly 31 degrees. 

FAQs about Salobre

Where is the Salobre located?
Salobre is located on the southern side of Gran Canaria, one of the Canary Islands. It is situated at the base of the Pico de las Nieves, the main mountain peak of Gran Canaria. El Salobre is the nearest town.

What is the nearest airport to Salobre?
Gran Canaria Airport is the sole international airport on the island, and it is situated around 25 miles to the east of the Salobre Resort. The airport provides daily flights to the majority of European countries, including several per day to the United Kingdom. 

What golf facilities does Salobre offer?
Along with 27 holes of golf, Salobre is also the home to the Salobre Golf Academy. The Academy is aimed at all types of people, and includes ‘The Practice Mile’. This is the practice area at Salobre, which includes a driving range, putting green and chipping area to help hone your skills.

Does Salobre offer golf lessons?
The Salobre Golf Academy is aimed at all types of people: both beginners and those with an advanced level can find courses adapted to their different needs. With the help of qualified professionals, you can improve your game at Salobre.

The Golf Academy is the home to the only TrackMan system in Gran Canaria, to learn how to improve your game through data analysis. Thanks to the TrackMan System, players can access all the data required to make the improvements that their game and swing require.

What are the green fees at Salobre?
18-holes at Salobre will cost €135, no matter which routing of the 27 holes you want to piece together. To play 9-holes will set you back €81. Due to the climate in the Canary Islands being glorious for golf year round, these prices stay the same throughout the year.

Is Salobre suitable for families?
The Salobre Hotel Resort & Serenity plays host to a Children’s Games Room which can occupy the kids. Free the imagination - children will have fun in the playground, which has both an indoor play area and children's pool. There is everything to guarantee lots of fun.

What accommodation is on offer at Salobre?
There are plenty of accommodation options at Salobre, with the Hotel Resort & Serenity providing everything you could possibly ask for. From Double Deluxe Rooms to Serenity Suites on the rooftop, there is something for everyone at Salobre.

What other resorts and courses are nearby?
No other resorts on the NCG Top 100 European Golf Resorts list are in the nearby area, but there are plenty of golf courses within a 20 minute drive of Salobre. Anfi Tauro is to the west, while Maspalomas and Meloneras are both located to the south east of Salobre.

 
 
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