An environmentally friendly collection of townhouses makes up the impressive Lauro Golf Resort. There’s a 27 hole golf course on-site, access to swimming pools and even a lawn bowls surface. Drink in the stunning views of the Guadalhorce valley as you play this challenging layout.

Golf Courses

At this impressive resort, there is a 27 hole golf course on site designed by the late Folco Nardi. His mission was to create a course that was natural within the surrounding area, respecting the wildlife. Furthermore, he wanted to ensure the course was playable for all levels, which is clear see, despite the 17 lakes! The views from around the course provide a memorable backdrop to this very enjoyable round. Other course options in the surrounding area include Alhurin, Torrequebrada and the three La Cala resort courses.


Lauro Golf Resort has a wide variety of accommodation to choose from, ranging from two bedroom apartments to four bedroom townhouses. All accommodations have kitchen facilities and enough bathrooms to cater for the number of rooms. Stylishly designed to complement the Andalusian surroundings these apartments and townhouses are equipped with air conditioning, heating and televisions.

Restaurant & Bars

The main restaurant is located in an old Andalusian 'Cortijo', serving typical local dishes as well as delicious pizzas cooked in a wood burning stove. A full English or continental breakfast is served daily.

Alternatively, the La Risa restaurant is located to the side of Lauro Clubhouse and serves a variety of UK favourites including Chicken curry and Steak and Kidney pie!


Lauro Golf Resort is located in the foothills of the Mijas, just 30 minutes west of Malaga Airport.

On Site Activities

These are access to communal pools in and around the resort. In addition to the on-site golf course, the resort boasts Paddle Tennis courts and Lawn Bowls for your enjoyment.


The nearby towns of Mijas and Torremorlinos provide a central hub of activity, with a good variety of bars and restaurants to choose from.

Meandering through cork, oak, olive and citrus trees, this 27-hole parkland course features some of the best greens on the coast. There are a number of formidable water hazards sprinkled across the course that you'll want to look out for off the tee. All of the holes are named after bullfighters, so courage is definitely needed if you're to shoot a low score. After your round, relax in the 18th Century clubhouse.

Set high in the hills of the Costa del Sol, around 1,000-feet above sea level, Lauro Golf Course is a sheer pleasure to play while staying at the equally fantastic Lauro Golf Resort. A parkland design, the golf course features pine, cork, olive and citrus trees which line the fairways providing the course a beautiful natural defence. The course also features numerous water hazards and some of the best greens on the coast, meaning you can always expect a pure roll.