El Rompido is a coastal village in the province of Huelva (Spain) belonging to the town of Cartaya.
Born as a small fishing settlement at the mouth of the Rio Piedras. The active coastal dynamics has formed a unique sandy formation, the Flecha de El Rompido, and opens to the Atlantic Ocean from an unspoilt beach which is accessible through the services of a boat that is located on the shores of the river. Its rich flora and fauna make this area protected known as the Natural Park of the Marshes of Piedras River and Flecha de El Rompido, a place of special interest to nature lovers.
A charming fishing village, peaceful and full of corners to be discovered. The walk to the Flecha del Rompido is essential and unique.
Other Activities: kite surf
Golf: Just 1.5 km from the apartment are located the Rompido golf courses in the natural landscape of the marshes of Rio Piedras. It has 36 holes (north and south field area) and are surrounded by pine trees and orange trees, cut through the marshes and open to the Atlantic Ocean with spectacular views, who moves through providing a unique feel.
4 km away is the golf course Nuevo Portil, with 46 acres and a length of 6,040 meters, designed by Alfonso Viador and characterized by wide fairways and soft greens, focuses its views to the Natural Marshes slings and arrows of El Rompido. Par 71 very varied. As emblematic hole include hole 2, which enjoys a spectacular tee with sea view.
Another 10 km and you will get to the Islantilla golf course with 27 holes, three different fields surrounded by lush vegetation and stunning sea views, together with the careful design of the greens and fairways, give this club a perfect balance between quality and variety of game.
A further 40 km there are the golf courses of Costa Esuri in Ayamonte, in the border with Portugal. The West Course is a long course of more than 6,600 meters long, American style, with wide fairways and greens with an exquisite molding, with spectacular views over the Guadiana River and Portugal.
The East Course is also long, with more than 6,250 meters, and is part of the way down to the marshes of the Guadiana and overlooking the sea and the town of Ayamonte.