Golf las Américas.
Gentle slopes are surrounded by a range of hills that protect this unique course from the wind. Streams and lakes cross the course, and many of the holes have spectacular views of the sea at Golf las Américas.
This course presents challenges unique to island play. One par-3 hole has no fairway; instead, golfers hit over the ocean toward a small green. The course also offers a small nine-hole pitch and a course for practicing putts.
A former banana plantation, and designed to incorporate natural characteristics of the landscape, Costa Adeje course has multi-level play. Players take an elevator to access parts of the natural-rock course. This course is challenging, even for experienced players.
This spectacular course hugs the rocky cliffs and coastline of Tenerife, providing stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean, Teno mountain range, and Tiede volcano. It is challenging, with some holes resting along cliffs and others connected by a waterfall.
Golf del Sur
Sitting between the Las Cañadas national park and the Atlantic Ocean, fairways are in between ravines filled with desert flora. Bunkers feature black volcanic sand. This course is challenging, and some holes require great accuracy since they are flanked by gorges and bunkers.
Rich in scenic variety, and featuring lakes, waterfalls, white-sand bunkers, and palm trees, Abama welcomes players of all skill level. The course is rated medium to challenging and is perfect for beginners or experienced players.
Even with such a grand selection of golf courses on Tenerife, tee times fill up fast. Guests of Iberostar Grand Hotel Salome are encouraged to speak to Guest Experiences service, or their butler, to receive the optimal choice in tee times and quick and easy transportation to and from the golf course.