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Abama | NCG Top 100s: European Golf Resorts

Located on the Canary Island of Tenerife, Abama is a glorious golfing resort, and one of the best in the Canary Islands. Due to the climate of the region, trips to a place like Abama can be taken year round, with the resort boasting a stunning 18-hole championship golf course, three incredible accommodation options, spas, kids clubs and much more. 

With incredible views of the Atlantic Ocean and the island of La Gomera from most of its 18 holes, along with the stunning El Teide Volcano in the background, former Ryder Cup player Dave Thomas has done an amazing job with the sculpting and designing of the Abama Championship Course.

Alongside the golf course, there are three glorious accommodations. The Ritz-Carlton Tenerife, Abama, provides stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean and the isle of La Gomera, while also being the home to more than 405 incredible rooms, suites and villas. The Ritz-Carlton Tenerife also plays host to the largest Ritz Kids Club in the continent, as well as a high-class spa and wellness facility.

Las Terrazas de Abama and Los Jardines de Abama come under the blanket of Abama Hotels, and provide stunning accommodation in the form of private villas, suites, duplex and much more. The Abama Hotels brand also has its own Kids Club, dedicated to exploring the outdoors, with the spa & wellness centre providing all forms of treatment to help aid relaxation and rejuvenation.

The main difference about a trip to the Canary Islands is that it can be done at any time of the year, due to the glorious year-round climate. That makes Abama one of the more sought after places on the NCG Top 100 European Golf Resorts list, and it is definitely one that should be added to your playing list in the near future.

 
 
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Abama Overview | NCG Top 100s: European Golf Resorts

Abama Golf Course

The championship golf course at Abama was designed by former Ryder Cup player Dave Thomas, and it is acclaimed as one of the best places to play golf in all of Spain, not just the Canary Islands.

Due to its location, the course rises up the west face of El Teide, the volcano that is situated in the middle of Tenerife. More than 300 species of plant life, including over 20,000 palm trees, are on the Abama resort, with the 18-hole championship lay-out winding its way through the natural terrain. 

There are also 22 lakes spread throughout the course, as well as waterfalls. This makes the course challenging to golfers of all levels.

That water first comes into play on the 3rd tee shots, with a pair of lakes situated to the left of the fairway, before playing over another lake on the par-3 4th hole. The water really challenges you at Abama during the back nine of the round, with it running all the way down the left side on 10. 12 and 14 are both par-3s with water in play, the latter almost being an island green. 

Abama closes with a long par-4, with a narrow stream running in front of the green. A par is a great result before visiting the clubhouse for a well-earned drink.

Abama Golf Academy

The Abama Golf Academy’s facilities are world class. There is a driving range, along with a short game area to allow players to practice their chipping and putting skills. Not only that, but the Golf Academy at Abama is also the home to three short par-3s for less experienced golfers to try their hand on before getting out onto the championship course.

For players new to the game, Abama has a Beginner’s Course. The Academy supplies all the equipment and aims to make learning the fundamentals of the game fun for all ages. Guests learn about all aspects of the game, including rules and etiquette before taking to the Par-3 course. 

For those more experienced with the game of golf, there is private instruction at the Academy. Both range and on course lessons are available. The Abama Golf Academy also provides intensive 3 and 5 day Academy courses, to really fine tune the game and to improve skills before heading out onto the course. 

Range of Accommodation Options

There is a range of high quality accommodation on offer for those coming to play at Abama. Las Terrazas de Abama and Los Jardines de Abama come under the blanket of Abama Hotels, while there is also the Ritz-Carlton Tenerife, Abama on offer. 

Ritz-Carlton Tenerife, Abama
The Ritz-Carlton Tenerife, Abama is a stunning oasis of tranquillity. There are more than 450 guest rooms and suites, with something for all parties. Those are divided between the Citadel and four exclusive rows of villas, all of which have views of the Atlantic Ocean and El Teide.

The resort also offers an amazing range of gastronomy options. At the top end of the scale, both M.B and Kabuki are Michelin-star restaurants. The retreat also features seven swimming pools, an incredible Spa & Fitness Centre and the largest Ritz Kids in Europe. 

Las Terrazas de Abama
The Las Terrazas de Abama Suites is immaculate. The array of suites are phenomenal, and there are more than 150 of them. Even the smallest suite at Las Terrazas de Abama is around three times the size of a standard hotel room.

There are one-, two- and three-bedroom suites available, including a Duplex Suite which has a private hot tub. Views of the surrounding area are guaranteed, with rooms looking out over the Atlantic, or inland towards El Teide. 

Los Jardines de Abama
The Hotel Los Jardines de Abama Suites is a small collection of independent villas with a private infinity pool and modern suites overlooking the Atlantic Ocean that catch all eyes.

Much like Las Terrazas de Abama, there is a stunning range of one-, two- and three-bedroom suites. There is also the luxurious three-bedroom Villa del Tenis, which has ocean views and its own private swimming pool.

Spa & Wellness Centres

There are spas at both of the accommodation options at Abama, with both the Ritz-Carlton Tenerife, Abama and the Abama Hotels brand having their own wellness facilities.

The Ritz-Carlton Spa offers its guests a range of treatments which have been inspired by the natural world. There are flexible programmes depending on what time of day it is, to ensure that guests to the spa have a relaxing experience. 

The on-site Fitness Centre at the Ritz-Carlton Spa also has a state of the art array of cardiovascular exercise machines, including treadmills, stationary bikes and rowing machines. There are also spinning bikes on the outdoor terrace for classes. Jogging and hiking trails also wind through the botanical gardens of the resort. 

The Abama Hotels brand also has its own spa and wellness facility as well, with yoga classes, personal training and much more in the fitness section. There are also deep tissue massages, body massages and facial treatments on offer from a range of qualified professionals and therapists. 

FAQs about Abama

Where is Abama located?
Abama is the leading golf resort in Tenerife, and is located on the west side of the island. It is situated in between the towns of Marazul and Agua Dulce, and just minutes from the coastline.

What is the nearest airport to Abama?
The nearest airport to Abama is Tenerife South Airport, which is approximately 20 miles to the southeast of the resort. The island’s second airport, Tenerife North, is situated about 90 minutes from Abama, in the northeast of the island. Both airports operate daily international flights, with Tenerife South operating several flights to the United Kingdom per day. 

What golf facilities does Abama offer?
Abama’s clubhouse is situated in the centre of the golf course which allows golfers to enjoy magnificent views of the surrounding area whilst they enjoy the facilities.

The resort also is the home to a Golf Academy, which offers facilities for beginners and experts alike, including a driving range and chipping and putting greens. The 5-hectare practice area encompasses three par-3 holes for less experienced golfers to hone their games. 

Does Abama offer golf lessons?
The Abama Golf Academy offers lessons and tuition, both on the range and on the course. From teaching beginners the fundamentals of the sport, to fine tuning the games of the more experienced players, Head Professional Sebastian Miller Garcia and his team will help all ages and abilities. 

What are the green fees at Abama?
The cost of the green fee at Abama remains the same year round due to the constant climate of the Canary Islands. A round on the 18-hole venue will cost €150 for adults at Abama. 

Is Abama suitable for families?
At the Abama Hotels, a Kids Camp for ages 4-14 has been designed with tents outdoors, to make kids feel like explorers. All children are welcome, with meals and snacks included. With no video games, the Abama Kids Camp really makes children feel like they are back at one with nature. 

The Ritz-Carlton Tenerife, Abama, also is the home to the largest Ritz Kids in Europe. Stargazing, cooking and water sports are all on the activity list at Ritz Kids Tenerife.

What accommodation is on offer at Abama?
There is a whole range of accommodation on offer at Abama. The Abama Hotels range, with Las Terrazas de Abama and Los Jardines de Abama provide luxurious and more private stays, while there is also the Ritz-Carlton Tenerife, Abama on offer. 

What other resorts and courses are nearby?
The Seve Ballesteros designed Buenavista, located in the northern part of Tenerife, is also a member of the NCG Top 100 European Golf Resorts list. 

Golf La Rosaleda and Real Club de Tenerife are also in the north, while Golf Costa Adeje, Golf Los Palos, Amarilla and Campo de Golf del Sur are to the south of Abama.
 
Visit Abama’s website here.