PGA Catalunya Golf and Wellness, recorded 69,3 million euros in property sales, noted an influx of visitors from Europe in 2021.
It has also distinguished itself in the world's top 20 best golf resorts

PGA Catalunya sees a clear recovery after the difficulties of 2021

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After a global lull in 2020, PGA Catalunya raised the bar across all segments in 2021 and in the latter part of the year eclipsed 2019 figures, with both golf courses and its on-site Camiral Hotel having recorded results well above the forecasts for October and November.

Seventy units of the resort's low-density real estate project have been sold in 2021, for a total of just under 70 million euros - beating forecasts and ranking as one of the best years on record - while Hotel Camiral saw activity resume from July, with October and November figures exceeding those of 2019 and forecasts for 2021 by 14%.

Customers from France and Spain made up the majority of stays in 2021, with visitors from Switzerland and Germany seeing growth from earlier numbers, due to easy access by car to the destination. 'European Tower, located just outside Girona and one hour from Barcelona.

The PGA Catalunya ended the year placing 18th in a new ranking of the 100 best resorts in the world, continuing its hegemony as the best golf resort in Spain. The new wellness center, which required an investment of 5 million euros, was also recognized as the best new equipment in the category of public resorts in the Golf Inc. Equipment of the Year 2022 award.

PGA Catalunya sees a clear recovery after the difficulties of 2021

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Plans for 2022 include consolidating the resort's position as a unique wellness and golf destination by investing over €11 million in projects including:

  • 15 new wellness suites to complement the wellness center, which opened in April 2021.
  • a naturalized lake of 50 m000, whose completion is scheduled for 2, at a cost of 2023 million euros
  • a new El Bosc residential area, comprising apartments and villas, located at the foot of the lake, on the 13th hole of the Stadium Course.
  • an additional €1 million investment to upgrade the golf facilities at the 500 hectare resort, including the two courses, driving range and practice areas
  • a complete renovation and extension of the reception and the golf shop.

David Plana, CEO of PGA Catalunya Golf and Wellness, said: “We are fortunate to have a visionary owner whose master plan has defined many progressive developments in the areas of leisure, lifestyle, wellness and real estate from the very beginning. This has allowed us to constantly expand our facilities and attract an increasing number of potential customers, whose expectations have not only been met, but above all exceeded.

“With 2022 potentially offering additional challenges, at PGA Catalunya we look forward to an even brighter year and hope to welcome visitors from far and wide to share in the rich experience that our world-renowned resort and wellness center offer. »

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