Located immediately north of the AP-7 toll highway, the Marbella Club Golf Resort is tucked away in the valleys of the Benahavís range.
Founded in the 1950s by Prince Alfonso of Hohenlohe, the Marbella Club has been a Costa del Sol institution for decades. In addition to its famous beachside hotel, the Club owns a Dave Thomas-designed, members-only 18-hole golf course, around which select plots and luxury villas have been developed in a gated community with 24-hour security.
Located immediately north of the AP-7 toll highway, the Marbella Club Golf Resort is tucked away in the valleys of the Benahavís range, with most of its luxury properties occupying prime hillside and hilltop spots to make the most of amazing views over the course and countryside to the Mediterranean and African coasts. The Marbella Club Golf Resort can be reached from either the Camino Loma de Retamar road, which branches off the N340/A7 coast road near to Cancelada in Estepona, or from Via Brijan, which begins at the A397 Ronda road and runs west, crossing numerous other routes up from the coastline. The Resort is not only about golf, either. It also boasts an exclusive club house with restaurant and café bar, frequented both by residents of the Marbella Club Golf Resort and hotel guests, and a world-class riding centre which is used by Spain’s show-jumping team.