Novaterra Resorts today announced that Arcos Gardens Golf Club & Country Estate in Cadiz, Spain, has affiliated with The Registry Collection® exchange programme, the world’s largest luxury exchange network.
Located among the Andalusian hills and adjacent to the famed white village of Arcos de la Frontera in the province of Cadiz, the Arcos Gardens Golf Club & Country Estate is an exclusive low-density golf community designed for upscale luxury living. The 440-acre property was a former olive grove that was transformed through the transplanting of over 2,000 olive trees into a leading golf destination featuring a championship 18-hole course.
With planning permission for a total of 535 homes, the first three residential phases comprising 80 townhouses and 43 villas have already been completed. Ten of the development’s premium Jacaranda villas will initially be sold on a fractional basis and be affiliated with The Registry Collection affording owners a luxury holiday exchange option in a selection of the programme’s exclusive associated properties worldwide, together with many other benefits including a 24/7 concierge service.
These four-bedroom villas, which boast 381 square metres of built space and front line golf plots of over 3,000 square metres, will have a starting price of €199,900 for an eighth fractional ownership share of the property allowing for an annual six-week occupation. As well as offering an authentic Spanish experience in a rustic community, the residential resort boasts a Landmark-designed golf course (recently listed in Europe’s Top 100 courses) and will be sold with two golf memberships and two sets of Calloway golf clubs.
The Registry Collection offers a unique exchange programme for our fractional owners
“The Registry Collection offers a unique exchange programme for our fractional owners,” said Regan Berger, sales director, Arcos Gardens. “The level of service and exclusivity that The Registry Collection programme provides is precisely what our owners are looking for. We are very pleased to be working with them.”
The multi-award winning development incorporates the highest build quality and is raising the bar for high-end golf and spa resorts in Spain. Since the limited release of properties at the development, demand for homes at Arcos Gardens has been high and they have attracted the attention of several UK celebrities. Among those who have purchased properties and become part of the Arcos Gardens community are Bernard Gallacher, former captain of the European Ryder Cup winning team, and rugby world cup winner Matt Dawson. More than a first-class golf resort, Arcos Gardens is a unique low-density community designed exclusively for upscale luxury living offering first-class service, world-class amenities and a diversity of experiences, all surrounded by a naturally beautiful landscape.
The newly inaugurated Club House and Day Spa, beautifully complements the on-site boutique hotel, while many other facilities are under development including an equestrian centre and floodlit tennis and paddle tennis courts.
The development’s ‘green’ credentials are first-class with several eco-friendly initiatives incorporated into the build, including the recycling of all water, solar panels to heat the water and the transplanting of 2,000 olive trees growing on the site which have been relocated and continue to be harvested.
“We are very proud to add this calibre of development to The Registry Collection,” said Jonathan Back, managing director, RCI EMEAI. “Our goal is to offer our members the finest vacation destinations in the world. Working with affiliates like Novaterra and Arcos Gardens ensures that our members receive exactly the world-class luxury travel experience they desire. The style, feel, design and location of these properties are in essence what The Registry Collection is all about. The province of Cadiz has long been distinguished as a very special holiday destination by its spectacular landscapes and beaches, historical milestones and a capital city embodying a unique culture, diversity and sophistication that is enduringly attractive to the international traveler.”