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Club de Golf Valderrama
Club de Golf Valderrama is located in Andalucia, the largest and southern-most region of Spain. A few miles north of Gibraltar, it is approximately two hours' drive from Cadiz and one and a half hours from Malaga. The climate is ideal for year-round golf. The Par 71 Championship Course measures 6356 metres from the professional tees. The fairways have been described by top pros and leading golf writers as the best in Europe, if not the world. It is not an easy course - nor was it intended to be. It is designed so as to call forth thought and precision for every shot. The course was designed in 1974 by Robert Trent Jones, Sr, one of the great golf course architects, and was originally known as Sotogrande New. In 1981 its name was changed to Las Aves. Its incarnation in its present form began in 1984, when Jaime Ortiz-Patiño was able to acquire it from the developers who a few years earlier had laid out the very extensive Sotogrande area so imaginatively and tastefully. Ortiz-Patiño had been one of the first to build a house, and for some years he had nursed the secret ambition to bring Las Aves to a greater potential. In 1984 he was able to acquire, along with the golf course, certain additional parcels of land that would allow this. Robert Trent Jones willingly agreed to come back and redesign his original layout of ten years earlier. Together the two men spent many hours walking around the course and discussing where and how improvements should be made. Ortiz-Patiño renamed the course Valderrama, after the ancient estate on which the land is situated. The pair shared a common aim: to create a course that would present a test of golf to the everyday golfer and the first-class player alike, and would bring out the best golf that is in him. Valderrama has since risen in the Golf World rankings to become the No.1 golf course in mainland Europe, a position proudly held since 1989. No championship course in modern times has so swiftly achieved such recognition. As early as 1988, Valderrama began to host the newly-launched Volvo Masters, the flagship tournament of the PGA European Tour, and continued to do so until 1996.In 1997 the Club hosted the 32nd Ryder Cup, won by Europe in a most thrilling finish. Valderrama remains today the only club ever to have hosted golf's pinnacle event outside its traditional homelands, USA and Britain. Next, in 1999 and 2000, Valderrama went on to host the first two editions of the World Golf Championships - American Express Championship, which were won by Tiger Woods and Mike Weir respectively. The tone for the Ryder Cup event was set by Severiano Ballesteros, the Europe captain, when he walked the course with John Paramor, the chief tournament director. 'I found everything perfect,' he said. 'It's impossible to imagine a golf course in better condition. Valderrama is a private Members' club, but a limited number of starting times are offered for visitors most days of the year. The reservations page provides further information.
Club de Golf Valderrama is located in Andalucia, the largest and southern-most region of Spain. A few miles north of Gibraltar, it is approximately two hours' drive from Cadiz and one and a half hours from Malaga. The climate is ideal for year-round golf. The Par 71 Championship Course measures 6356 metres from the professional tees. The fairways have been described by top pros and leading golf writers as the best in Europe, if not the world. It is not an easy course - nor was it intended to be. It is designed so as to call forth thought and precision for every shot. The course was designed in 1974 by Robert Trent Jones, Sr, one of the great golf course architects, and was originally known as Sotogrande New. In 1981 its name was changed to Las Aves. Its incarnation in its present form began in 1984, when Jaime Ortiz-Patiño was able to acquire it from the developers who a few years earlier had laid out the very extensive Sotogrande area so imaginatively and tastefully. Ortiz-Patiño had been one of the first to build a house, and for some years he had nursed the secret ambition to bring Las Aves to a greater potential. In 1984 he was able to acquire, along with the golf course, certain additional parcels of land that would allow this. Robert Trent Jones willingly agreed to come back and redesign his original layout of ten years earlier. Together the two men spent many hours walking around the course and discussing where and how improvements should be made. Ortiz-Patiño renamed the course Valderrama, after the ancient estate on which the land is situated. The pair shared a common aim: to create a course that would present a test of golf to the everyday golfer and the first-class player alike, and would bring out the best golf that is in him. Valderrama has since risen in the Golf World rankings to become the No.1 golf course in mainland Europe, a position proudly held since 1989. No championship course in modern times has so swiftly achieved such recognition. As early as 1988, Valderrama began to host the newly-launched Volvo Masters, the flagship tournament of the PGA European Tour, and continued to do so until 1996.In 1997 the Club hosted the 32nd Ryder Cup, won by Europe in a most thrilling finish. Valderrama remains today the only club ever to have hosted golf's pinnacle event outside its traditional homelands, USA and Britain. Next, in 1999 and 2000, Valderrama went on to host the first two editions of the World Golf Championships - American Express Championship, which were won by Tiger Woods and Mike Weir respectively. The tone for the Ryder Cup event was set by Severiano Ballesteros, the Europe captain, when he walked the course with John Paramor, the chief tournament director. 'I found everything perfect,' he said. 'It's impossible to imagine a golf course in better condition. Valderrama is a private Members' club, but a limited number of starting times are offered for visitors most days of the year. The reservations page provides further information.
Da Bruno A Cabopino
Da Bruno A Cabopino Located at the exit of the Puerto Cabopino and 15 km of Marbella away, Da Bruno Cabopino offers a Mediterranean atmosphere surrounded by tall pines and sunny terraces. Besides the traditional menu card you may enjoy from our grill both meat and fish. Da Bruno a Cabopino is an ideal place to host the birthday celebration of your youngest as it has an outdoor playground for children and a capacity of 180 guests.
Da Bruno A Cabopino Located at the exit of the Puerto Cabopino and 15 km of Marbella away, Da Bruno Cabopino offers a Mediterranean atmosphere surrounded by tall pines and sunny terraces. Besides the traditional menu card you may enjoy from our grill both meat and fish. Da Bruno a Cabopino is an ideal place to host the birthday celebration of your youngest as it has an outdoor playground for children and a capacity of 180 guests.
Museo del Grabado Español Contemporáneo
Inaugurated in November 1992 with a collection of over 2,000 print artworks, generously donated by Dr. José Luis Morales y Marín. Displayed on its three floors of galleries, in a renovated Renaissance-era hospital, are print works by Picasso, Miró, Tapies, Barceló, Chillida, Saura, Caruncho, and others.
Inaugurated in November 1992 with a collection of over 2,000 print artworks, generously donated by Dr. José Luis Morales y Marín. Displayed on its three floors of galleries, in a renovated Renaissance-era hospital, are print works by Picasso, Miró, Tapies, Barceló, Chillida, Saura, Caruncho, and others.
Gómez & Molina Joyeros
Gomez & Molina Joyeros es una empresa familiar fundada en 1969 por Miguel Gómez Verdún y Antonia Molina Navarro. La historia de esta saga joyera-relojera comenzó con una pequeña tienda situada en un local comercial del Hotel Meliá Don Pepe de Marbella, y hoy en día, se ha convertido en una de las firmas más insignes de Marbella y de la Costa del Sol. Es conocida por su trato afable y profesional, en el fiel reflejo de Andalucía, tierra hospitalaria y rebosante de alegría, que en Marbella vierte toda su magia. Y donde, Gomez & Molina Joyeros sabe integrar perfectamente elegancia y glamour, tecnología y tradición. Gracias a su aire de modernidad, a la vanguardia y a las nuevas tecnologías al servicio del comercio tradicional, se ha convertido en embajador de la más fina joyería y relojería internacional, ofreciendo a su selecta clientela, venida del mundo entero, una de las mejores selecciones de toda Europa. Muchas de estas piezas originales y exclusivas forman parte del patrimonio particular de innumerables famosos, hombres y mujeres de negocio y millonarios de todo el mundo.
Gomez & Molina Joyeros es una empresa familiar fundada en 1969 por Miguel Gómez Verdún y Antonia Molina Navarro. La historia de esta saga joyera-relojera comenzó con una pequeña tienda situada en un local comercial del Hotel Meliá Don Pepe de Marbella, y hoy en día, se ha convertido en una de las firmas más insignes de Marbella y de la Costa del Sol. Es conocida por su trato afable y profesional, en el fiel reflejo de Andalucía, tierra hospitalaria y rebosante de alegría, que en Marbella vierte toda su magia. Y donde, Gomez & Molina Joyeros sabe integrar perfectamente elegancia y glamour, tecnología y tradición. Gracias a su aire de modernidad, a la vanguardia y a las nuevas tecnologías al servicio del comercio tradicional, se ha convertido en embajador de la más fina joyería y relojería internacional, ofreciendo a su selecta clientela, venida del mundo entero, una de las mejores selecciones de toda Europa. Muchas de estas piezas originales y exclusivas forman parte del patrimonio particular de innumerables famosos, hombres y mujeres de negocio y millonarios de todo el mundo.
Restaurante Santiago
Restaurante Santiago, founded half a century ago, is above all, a gastronomic emporium where the best fish and shellfish of the north and south of Spain walk together, without nationalist barriers. Nowadays, due to their "Mediterranean flavour" whose echoes arrive to London, Chicago, Stockholm or Moscow, Santiago is also a complete restaurant, in which tradition and innovation cohabit and are supplemented harmoniously. It is also, and among all, Santiago Domínguez’s, the brilliant hostelry manager, personal and vital creation.
Restaurante Santiago, founded half a century ago, is above all, a gastronomic emporium where the best fish and shellfish of the north and south of Spain walk together, without nationalist barriers. Nowadays, due to their

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