• Open de España host golf course
  • Stunning sea views from 15 holes
  • Redesigned by Severiano Ballesteros
  • Located in the heart of Andalusia

A golf course with Andalusian beauty designed by Perry Dye and Severiano Ballesteros

The San Roque Club is located in Cadiz in Andalusia, southern Spain, on the tip of the Iberian Peninsula. It is only 60 kilometres from Marbella.

The San Roque Club manor was formerly a family-owned building. A key feature of the area, it blends beautifully into the lush hills and cork oak forests. Designed by Dave Thomas in 1991, San Roque Club quickly became a popular golf course in Andalusia. In the foothills of the Bermeja Sierra mountains, Andalusia’s natural beauty combines with the peaceful atmosphere of a golf course that has hosted top level tournaments such as the Open de España in 2006 and the PGA European Tour Qualifying School finals.

It is the perfect place to experience golf in Andalusia and enjoy a golf stay at the Kempinski Hotel Bahia.



Services and equipments

Facilities & equipment

  • Practice bunker
  • Putting green
  • Pitching green
  • Driving range

For hire

  • Manual carts
  • Electric carts
  • Buggies
  • Golf clubs

Club house

  • Proshop
  • Changing room
  • Caddymaster
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Seminars/Receptions
  • Disabled access
  • Wifi

Practical information

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