Author: Ruben van der Zaag

Infinitum: welcome to everything.

14 October 2021
5 min. read
Ruben van der Zaag
Located on the border of Tarragona and Catalunya, Infinitum enjoys a prime location on the Costa Daurada. This exclusive golf resort with three golf courses only a stone's throw from the Mediterranean Sea has everything one can ask for: nature, golf, direct access to the beach and top-quality installations and services.

The name Infinitum might sound new to you, but the resort has been there for quite some time already. After opening its doors in 2008 the resort was rebranded to Infinitum in 2021.

Today marks an exciting day in our history", said Agustin Garcia Pascual, Chief Business Officer at Infinitum at the opening. "Infinitum brings an entirely new lifestyle and experience and will become a leading name in Europe. We are excited to begin this journey and create an experience for guests that is unlike any other."

Infinitum will aspire to do this with first-class food, beverage and services, whilst the golf courses will continue to be renowned as two of Europe’s finest, hosting some of professional and amateur golfs best events.

Great location on the coast

Infinitum is located just 40 minutes south of Barcelona very close to the historic town of Tarragona (Founded before the 5th century BC) and the coastal town of Cambrils. The resort offers direct access to the beach and has amazing views of the Mediterranean Sea.

Tarragona is a must-visit when you're in the area. (photo via Unsplash)

The Costa Daurada is famous for its "golden" beaches (where it got its name from), but also for its interesting towns and culture. Tarragona is a beautiful city with heaps of history and great architecture. Located on a small hill overlooking the Mediterranean Sea it's also one of Spain's UNESCO World Heritage cities.

Infinitum & Sustainibility

Infinitum is conscious of the future. They comply with the most technologically advanced sustainability assessment and certification programme. A system that drastically reduces its environmental impact. All three Infinitum courses meet the Audubon International Certificate for Sustainability and all homes are designed to limit their energy consumption which reduces the need for heating and cooling. 

At Infinitum Lakes, you'll find a protected natural space. La Sèquia Major is a wetland made up of rushes, poplar trees and willows meandering around the lakes that provides a home for one the best-preserved populations of the European pond terrapin and the Spanish toothcarp in Catalonia.

Golf courses at Infinitum

Infinitum has 3 great golf courses, Each one with its own specific design and set-up. At the World Golf Awards Infinitum was named ‘Europe’s Best Golf Venue’ for two years in a row. Two out of three courses are host to the Final Qualifying Stage of the European Tour, making sure the conditions of fairways and greens are always excellent. All courses have ocean views of the Mediterranean at some point during the round and are suitable for both advanced and beginner golfers.

Infinitum Lakes

Lakes was designed by Australian legend Greg Norman. It winds around the stunning Sèquia Major wetlands area, classified as a 'Space of Natural Interest'. Lakes is the most technically difficult of the three courses. Water frequently comes into play which means both driving accuracy and approaches to the green are needed to post a good score.

The Lakes course at Infinitum is rated with an 8.7.

Infinitum Hills

Hills is quite different from the Lakes course. It was designed by Spanish architect Alfonso Vidaor and winds its way through a pine forest. Hills is much more undulated than Lakes but also requires shot shaping and course management. On several holes of Hills you have fantastic views over the Mediterranean Sea.

Like Lakes, the Hills course at Infinitum is also rated with an 8.7.

Infinitum Ruins

Ruins is the 9-hole course at Infinitum but definitely should not be missed when visiting the resort. Like Lakes, it was designed by Greg Norman and the "White Shark" created a very fun course to play. The course has been appropriately named after traces of Roman archaeology that form some of the defining features of the layout.

The 9-hole Ruins course is not to be missed during a visit to Infinitum.

Book a tee time at Infinitum

Whether you want to play Lakes, Hills or Ruins, all courses of Infinitum are directly bookable on 

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What to do at Infinium besides golf?

Infinitum is not just about golf. It also offers housing, a beach club and 3 great restaurants. Restaurant Flamma is the premium gastronomic offering at the Infinitum Beach Club. It serves informal sharing plates, with fresh and local products at the heart of each dish. Gusto, home to Mediterranean Tapas, is a more casual alternative at the Beach Club. Finally, there is The Lakehouse, which is an ideal setting for golfers and non-golfers alike to sample healthy and traditional dishes overlooking the golf courses from a panoramic terrace.

Enjoy delicious Spanish food in one of Infinitum's restaurants.

At the Beach Club there are 7 different pools and there is direct access to the sea. Two distinct areas make sure everybody enjoys their time at Infinitum. The Signe area is exclusively for adults to enjoy the tranquillity and the luxury of having cocktails brought to your sun lounger. The Family area is a place where adults and children alike can have fun in the pools that gradually get deeper. 

Do all of these features appeal as much to you as they do to us? Then there is also the option of becoming a property owner at Infinitum so you can enjoy Infinitum whenever you want! 

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