Costa Navarino is already developing two further golf courses, designed by Ryder Cup legend José María Olazábal at Navarino Hills, while having recently further elevated the existing offering, with the opening of a new earth-sheltered clubhouse on the Robert Trent Jones Jnr-designed Bay Course.
New cart paths and an improvement in the course routing all add to the unquestionable quality of the two golf courses at the destination, with the Bay Course and the Bernhard Langer-designed Dunes Course ensuring a continuous upgrade of the golf experience.
Costa Navarino’s offering extends beyond golf though, as this sustainable, multi-sport, destination is home to two luxury five-star hotels, The Romanos, a Luxury Collection Resort, and The Westin Resort Costa Navarino.
German champions Bayern Munich host summer soccer camps for youngsters, while the Racquet Academy encompasses tennis, squash, and padel, with table tennis, racquethlon, badminton, speedminton, beach tennis and beach racquets all available.
The breathtaking landscape and pristine coastal location on the historic Messinian region, make it an ideal location for hiking, road cycling, mountain-biking, sailing and diving among others. It is also the venue for the IRONMAN 70.3 Costa Navarino, which returns for its next edition on April 5, 2020.
To discover more about Costa Navarino, visit stand H02, or attend Farhad Heydari’s Big Interview: Costa Navarino & New Zealand, on Wednesday, October 16, from 10-10.30 at the IGTM Theatre, where the destination’s golf & sport business development director, Nuno Sepúlveda, will join the discussion.