2021 Catalan Championship 2022-01-03T10:17:57+00:00


Thursday, May 13th

Transfer from Barcelona Airport by courtesy car
Check-in at Camiral  Hotel & Spa and practice round at PGA Catalunya Golf Club (Stadium Course)
Training with the Tour coaches
Cocktail & Welcome dinner

Friday, May 14th

1st round of the tournament at PGA Catalunya Golf Club (The Tour Course)
Personal training with the Tour coaches
Free evening

Saturday, May 15th

2nd round of the tournament at PGA Catalunya Golf Club (Stadium Course)
Gala dinner and prize-giving ceremony Camiral Hotel

Sunday, May 16th

Free morning, departure for Barcelona Airport by courtesy car

Breakdown: 600 000 WATS


Camiral Hotel & Spa*****

With its 5-star sophistication and first-class facilities, Hotel Camiral is a haven of tranquillity at the heart of the resort.

Its sleek contemporary exterior contrasts with the richly textured interiors that play with the senses.

A blend of modern aesthetics and natural furnishings, the hotel’s 145 beautifully designed rooms and living spaces promise luxury, comfort and tasteful elegance.

Indeed, Hotel Camiral at PGA Catalunya Resort combines a wonderful marriage between modern luxury and contemporary features which truly make it a striking destination for any traveller who enjoys the finer things in life.



PGA Catalunya Golf Club – The Stadium Course
6 686 mètres – Par 72

This spectacular and imposing course has been consistently ranked among the best ten golf courses in Europe since it was opened in 1999 and was voted #4 in continental Europe and #1 in Spain in 2019. As the venue for numerous PGA European Tour events, it is also routinely singled out for praise from the professional playing fraternity.

Be warned, however, the beauty of the PGA Catalunya Stadium Course can distract from the many dangers waiting to do serious damage to your scorecard. It makes no concessions with its trees pressing onto fairways, strategically placed bunkers and lakes that come into play on no fewer than seven of the toughest holes.

This is a quality that keeps players returning time and again to test themselves at the PGA Catalunya Stadium Course, the Number 1 Golf Course in Spain. It is rare to find so many memorable holes on one course and despite the many ups and downs, tees are elevated and very few fairways are uphill. The stunning dogleg of hole 6 is one of them and it demands nothing less than a driver and total commitment.

PGA Catalunya Golf Club – The Tour Course
6000 mètres – Par 72

For a slightly less stern challenge, turn to the equally beautiful but kinder Tour Course. Dominated by pine trees and lakes, the course is shorter and a little less difficult to play than the Stadium Course yet the Ángel Gallardo and Neil Coles design ensures that it remains a challenge for every level of player.

Most of the holes at PGA Tour Course feature wide fairways and strategically placed bunkers, which can be forgiving of a less than perfect shot. Another feature sure to focus the mind is that it seems you are never far from a water hazard.

There is no question that the Tour Course is a worthy challenge. The prestige of this remarkable Golf course was born through its status as co-host of the European Tour Qualifying School Final Stage since 2008.


Barcelona International Airport :
Address : 08820 El Prat de Llobregat – Barcelona – Spain
Code: BCN Distance: 103km (1h10) From PGA Catalunya Resort
Phone: +34 913 21 10 00

Girona International Airport :
Address : Aiguaviva, S/N – 17185 Vilobi d’Onyar -Girona – Spain
Code: BCN Distance: 10km (10mn) From PGA Catalunya Resort
Phone: +34 913 21 10 00


Welcome to Catalunya

Bordered by the mountains and the Mediterranean Sea, Catalonia is a traditional region of Spain that is fiercely proud of its unique culture. Barcelona is the most-visited destination. This colorful seaside city is full of attractions and things to do, with a captivating medieval quarter, surprising modernist architecture, and a vibrant urban culture.

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Rivaling Barcelona in historic importance are Girona, with its medieval heritage, and Tarragona, a former Roman capital. Further afield, in the idyllic countryside of verdant valleys and gently rolling hills, tourists can discover quaint medieval towns; picturesque seaports; and quiet country villages, where chirping birds and church bells are the loudest noises.

The Catalan coast delights sun-worshippers with seaside destinations such as the upscale resort of Sitges and the secluded coves of Cadaqués, on the Costa Brava, and the calm waters of the Costa Daurada. Every stop along the way, the local gastronomy will tempt visitors with local specialties like Esqueixada, a salad of peppers, tomatoes, and salt cod.

Plan your travels through this captivating region with our list of the best places to visit in Catalonia.

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