25 Apr 2008

Mogan, luxury living and top class golf too

Published in Living in Gran Canaria, News
 It's a bit of a coup for the south of Gran Canaria, the newly expanded Anfi Tauro golf course at Mogan, has landed the prestigious Spanish APG championships, to be staged from May 15 to 18. The event will attract a top class field to the par 71 course and add yet another dimension to this vibrant part of the island. The course was designed by internationally renowned architects Hagge, Smelek and Baril and combines the best of nature with the most thoughtful in design. Palm trees, lakes and volcanic mountains come together to make this course a sheer delight to play, whether it be over 9 or the full 18 holes. Mogan is a growing centre for tourists and investors alike as it has so much to offer from Puerto de Mogan with it's marina served by a series of channels that has earned it the name of the Venice of the Canaries, to Playa Mogan, a small village clinging to the cliff-side that has grown into a classy resort with a great beach. This is the heartland of Cardenas Real Estate, an area they have watched develop since they were founded in 1980 by a local family. This insight, coupled with experience and multi lingual staff makes them the wise choice for property investment in Gran Canaria. The south of Gran Canaria is a golfers paradise and the top male and female players that turn out for this big tournament are bound to be impressed by the warmth of the weather and the local people. By Cardenas News