London, United Kingdom (PressExposure) September 29, 2008 -- The Krakow Golf and Country Club is a year-round destination and recently hosted the 2008 Polish Seniors Championship, part of the European Seniors Tour, which was won by legendary Welsh golfer Ian Woosnam.
This residential complex of 24 buildings, providing up to 166 exclusive apartments, is located about 30km from Krakow (less than an hour's drive), in the Krakow Valley. The project lies within the Krakow Valley Golf & Country Club, an estate of some 160 hectares of stunning natural scenery and a vast array of fauna and flora.
The Krakow Valley is an established recreational area, centered around the Krakow Valley Golf & County Club, which has an 18-hole Championship Course and is one of the biggest golf complexes in Central Europe. Designed by world-famous course designer Ronald Fream from California, the Krakow Valley Course includes a top-class Driving Range and an Academy Course. A qualifier for the Polish Open was held on this course in June 2008.
Surrounded by a dense thick forest this championship golf course (par 72) aims to satisfy every playerâs requirements. The American character is quite evident with diversified tee distances which welcome both beginners (from 4.981 m from the front tee) and advanced players (up to 6.518 m from the pro tee). Residents inâ Valley Golf Villageâ also have use of a horse riding centre, an indoor and outdoor shooting range and a variety of winter attractions, including skiing.
The three star Hotel Villa Pacoldi, is one of the crowning elements of the complex, with 16 attractive, air-conditioned doubles available, all with television, mini-bar and safe. Completion date for the âValley Golf Villageâ project is scheduled for December 2009.
Notes to editors: Grupo Maexpa was established in 1989 and focuses on top end residential and commercial property developments. Its company motto is âThe perfect property. The perfect locationâ. With its head office in Santiago de Compostela, Spain, Grupo Maexpa has expanded throughout the Iberian Peninsula. Portuguese and Spanish developments still make up the majority of its project portfolio but it has also expanded into Mexico, Morocco, Poland, Angola, Romania, Hungary and Slovakia. The group has grown steadily for many years, sales revenue rose from â¬145 million in 2003 to â¬210 million in 2005 and â¬290 million by 2006. For the first time Grupo Maexpa is marketing its properties to the UK. It opened a London Sales Office in Victoria in May 2008 which will be managed by David Black, International Sales Manager and a team of professional sales consultants.