Club- and course information
This Golf Course is not only a complete course with all facilities but is also located at the reach of the world-famous Santiago de Compostela.
It offers special prices for the Golfhäftet members.
The Real Aero Club of Santiago de Compostela was founded in the early 1950s. It is one of the oldest golf clubs in Galicia. Located a mere 20 minutes away from Santiago de Compostela and well communicated with Labacolla international airport.
The itinerary consists of a double loop design that finishes with a challenging 18th hole that brings you to the Club house in order to enjoy the view and a well-deserved refreshment in the 19th hole. The scenic value of the golf course, with the area’s local plants and wildlife, make this one a golf course where there is something for beginners and experienced players alike.
The new sports complex has been designed to cater to the highest expectations of the most demanding, contemporary sports person and a wide variety of rental services are at your disposal such as golf clubs, buggies, electric trolleys, lockers, towels, or any other sports equipment needed to be able to practice the several sports available within the Club (tennis, paddle, swimming...).
Reception and pro shop
Clubhouse with cafeteria, restaurant, lounges and terrace
4 indoor clay tennis courts
4 indoor paddle courts
3 swimming pools
Ladies' and Men's changing rooms with lockers and showers
Girls' and Boys' changing rooms.
2 private parking lots
Why is it called Aero Club? If this was not enough, the 18 holes club, has its own airport for small planes, there you can even learn to fly, obtaining a private pilot license.
THE 10 MOST TO DO THINGS AT SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA
1- CATHEDRAL. A Romanesque structure and later Gothic and Baroque elements.
2-THE OLD TOWN. Winding granite streets, arches, squares and monuments has been an UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1985.
3-ALAMEDA PARK. Go for a stroll along the Paseo da Ferradura, the Alameda park is also central point to many celebrations in Santiago’s busy festival calendar.
4-‘DE VIÑOS’ – WINE TRAIL. After a few wines with their bites, you probably won’t need any dinner, but if you are still hungry, you can always order a few dishes to share.
5-MUSEO DAS PEREGRINACIÓNS. This amazing museum is dedicated to the French pilgrimage.
6-SAN DOMINGOS DE BONAVAL PARK. It sits on the grounds of a Dominican convent’s old cemetery and has been re-invented into a public green space by Portuguese architect Á. Siza.
7-MERCADO DE ABASTOS. Santiago’s food market has a rural chic feel. Here you will find some of Galicia’s best products.
8-CULTURE. from poetry recitals to concerts big and small, galleries, exhibitions, museums, theatre, etc.
9-FESTAS. With outdoor concerts and many other events taking place, there are many more festivals in and around the different neighborhoods.
10-OCTOPUS. You can’t leave Santiago (or Galicia) without trying the land’s most iconic dish. octopus. You must try it at least once before you go back home!