Spanish Resort Gets New Luxe Villas


Outside of Girona and less than an hour from Barcelona, the PGA Catalunya Resort is getting new villas courtesy of Richard at Studio RHE next year.

The spine of the four-bedroom, three-bathroom villas (which we hear were built in Catalan stone) creates a strong visual anchor throughout the site – broken only to provide framed views – while an elevated reception area overlooks the terrace and infinity pool. Double height space from the front door leads through to the master bedroom, arranged as a flying structure, part of the house but entirely private. The villas will also have a living room, dining room, kitchen, cloakroom, laundry and pantry.

Good to know: Eco-efficiency and sustainability are a major focus in the RHE villas; with thermal mass wall insulation and carefully designed natural ventilation, while warmth is maintained by high performance double glazing capturing low winter sunshine.

These new villas sit alongside the current PGA Catalunya Resort development, which will also soon get a Residents Club. Located at the heart of PGA Catalunya Resort, the new Residents Club will be a luxury sport and leisure destination for owners’ exclusive use, with indoor and outdoor swimming pools along with a children’s pool and activity area, Jacuzzi and saunas, a state-of-the-art gymnasium, spa treatment rooms, and tennis and paddle courts.

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