La Manga Club’s chefs give practical and useful tips for making the most of your kitchen

cooking classes employees.

Director of the Food and Beverages sector at La Manga Club, chef Philippe Galindo, shares his knowledge with all of the resort’s employees about the art of cooking. Via three very hands-on classes, the chef is passing on key tips on cooking with little time, what to make with few ingredients and a time constraint, and lastly, how to transform bland food into select delicacies.

Golf at La Manga Club: professional tips on how to play the South Course: Hole 9

South Course. La Manga Club

The 'hole by hole' guide to La Manga Club. A series of blogs with professional advice on how to play all 18 holes on all three courses: The South, North and the West.  We continue with hole 9 on the South Course, our international championship course.

La Cala Restaurant at La Manga Club updates its look and Mediterranean menu

La Cala Restaurant. La Manga Club

La Cala restaurant, situated on the top of a cliff, is the preferred spot to have lunch for loads of visitors of La Manga Club. The restaurant has spectacular views of ‘La Cala del Barco’ cove and the Mediterranean Sea, which has made it an idyllic location to dine. Additionally, La Cala has fitted new furniture and a new Mediterranean menu. This will allow, if it can fit everyone, maximum enjoyment for the diners that choose this restaurant.

Mediterranean food has its own name at La Manga Club, ‘Amapola’ restaurant

Amapola restaurant. Hotel Príncipe Felipe 5*-La Manga Club

Lovers of good Mediterranean food have a date that they can’t miss at ‘Amapola’. The signature restaurant of Hotel Príncipe Felipe 5* offers the finest traditional cuisine every day, prepared with the best seasonal products, locally sourced. They also offer their diners a buffet lunch on Sundays.  


Aeration techniques makes La Manga Club’s greens perfect for playing golf

aeration ground. La Manga Club

La Manga Club is spending the next few days aerating the golf courses. With this operation they are improving the physical characteristics of the ground so that the grass has the most favourable conditions for playing. The greens will be perfect, firm and fast so that the player’s ball can glide with ease, and so that you can enjoy a good game of golf at La Manga Club!

Early signs of recovery seen in the Mar Menor’s waters

Mar Menor. La Manga Club

A study about the current state of the Mar Menor accredits an improvement to the quality of the water in Europe’s largest salt water lagoon. The greatest tourist attraction of the region, along with the Calblanque National Park where you can find La Manga Club, is starting to show clear signs of improvement.

Children are the main event at their First Communion at La Manga Club

First Communion at La Manga Club

La Manga Club is the perfect place to celebrate such a big day for children, their First Communion. The events professionals at La Manga Club will be in charge of designing everything that the kids have imagined for their special day. The adults as well as the little ones will be able to enjoy the themed parties set up for this big event.

Craig Shave wins the European PGA IV International Pro-Am celebrated at La Manga Club

Pro-Am. South Course-La Manga Club

After three days competing, the winner of La Manga Club IV Pro-Am is Craig Shave. With regards to the team competition, the winners Lukasz Szadny, together with Waldemar Kowalczykowki, Krzystof Burlaski and Marek Rakocy, whose team has finished with 257 points (-41). Countries such as England, Holland, Poland and Italy have been represented in the fourth edition of this international golf tournament.

Professionals & Teams Set to Play Spain’s Best for 2017 Pro-Am

The 2017 La Manga Club International Pro-Am

The 2017 La Manga Club International Pro-Am will take place from 6th to 10th March with 20 teams competing across the leading Spanish resort’s acclaimed North and South courses.

Juan Ignacio Ferrández, Official Chronicler of Cartagena and employee at La Manga Club, publishes his fourth book

‘Comercios antiguos de Cartagena y su publicidad’ Juan Ignacio Ferrández

Juan Ignacio Ferrández, employee of La Manga Club for the past 20 years, has spent 8 years compiling information about ‘Old Businesses of Cartagena and their Publicity’. The writer has spent this time searching within the local archives and checking old publications, photographs, illustrations, but also speaking with traders and their offspring. All of the hard work will pay off on 31st March for this compilation of the most emblematic businesses of Cartagena. The profits will go towards the Spanish Association which fights against cancer.