Description of property
The Ritz-Carlton Abama Golf & Spa Resort is a 160 hectare ‘finca’ (private estate), located in calm and privileged area of municipality of Guía de Isora in the south-west of Tenerife.
Abama features volcanic landscapes, exuberant vegetation with over 300 varieties of plants, trees and palm trees, with breathtaking panoramic views over the Atlantic Ocean and the Island of La Gomera. The owners can benefit of their Abama Membership card in the spectacular golf created by world-renowned golf designer Dave Thomas, other sporting facilities including gym and The Abama Sanchez Casal Tennis Academy with both paddle and tennis courts; the 5 star international branded luxury hotel amenities such as spa and shopping; and 2 Michelin star restaurants: Kabuki is considered to be among the finest Japanese restaurants in the world, with 1 Michelin Star and M.B is the signature 2 Michelin stars restaurant of the world-famous Basque chef Martin Berasategui.
The Custom Villas are 16 plots of land to build individual villas with a private garden and a private swimming-pool. All the plots have fantastic views over the golf course and the island of La Gomera. The clients have the possibility to choose whether they wish to use Abama´s architect or an external architect of their choice. A villa made to measure. Just as you imagine it, located where you imagine it and with views that surpass your imagination: of the Atlantic Ocean and of the golf course. You will only have to do two things: choose its location and imagine its design.
Plots from 1450 m2 to 2900m2, building coefficient - 30%. Plot prices from 760.000€.
Abama Membership Card that entitles you to various discounts and benefits from The Ritz-Carlton Abama Hotel, Spa and the Golf Course.
As owner of one of LUXURY CUSTOM VILLA you and your family will benefit from important privileges:
Discounts on Green fees
Discounts on tennis court rental
Privileges for your friends at the golf and tennis facilities
Vip Cards for you and your family
Access to the Fitness and Business Centers