These PGA Catalunya villas sit in a prime spot facing Hole 3 on the Tour Course. It is a collection of only 10 villas designed by Lagula Architects in Barcelona and the properties enjoy superb views of the golf course and beyond as far as the Montseny mountains.
The 10 PGA Catalunya villas offer bespoke configurations with the option of one or two bedroom suites and up to two additional bedrooms. The use of white-painted stone deflects the sun during the summer for year-round comfortable living and dry traditional stone walling techniques typical to the area ensure privacy.
The architect’s skillful mix of tradition meets modern continues inside the houses where old-style terracotta tiled floors are combined with white marble finishes in kitchens and bathrooms.
The modern, open-plan Bulthap kitchen with dining area connects to the living room and extensive use of sliding glass doors provide direct access to an outdoor terrace. The living room features double ceiling height and large areas of glass that flood the room with natural light and floor to ceiling glass doors provide direct access to a generous terrace and create a seamless indoor – outdoor experience.
The master bedroom on the first floor enjoys a private terrace overlooking the private pool and the garden, planted with regional flora, including Mediterranean oak.
The PGA Catalunya villas are well-equipped and comes with air-conditioning as well as under-floor heating. The houses also benefit from smart home automation systems with internet-based control access and with security systems linked to the resort.
PGA Catalunya Golf Resort is located located near the picturesque town of Girona, Spain. The resort offers two 18 hole courses, the Stadium course, recently voted the No.1 course in Spain for the third year in a row, and more gentle Tour course.