Spanish beach club voted best in Europe for the third time

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No Ibiza, Saint Tropez or Mykanos. For the third year in a row, the best beach club in Europe can be found on the Spanish mainland. The annual World Travel Awards recently took place, where this prestigious title was awarded.

When you think of luxury and beach clubs, you may not immediately think of this destination. Surprisingly, the best beach club in Europe can be found in Salou. For the third consecutive year, the Infinitum Resort Sau has won the title of best beach club in Europe. According to the World Travel Awards, Infinitum is once again the best place for a first-class beach experience this year. It is renowned for offering an exclusive Mediterranean experience in a unique environment. With an idyllic location, breathtaking view and various swimming pools, the catering location distinguishes itself from 10 other nominated European beach clubs.

Quality, luxury and exclusivity

With this award, Infinitum not only confirms its position as a market leader in the industry, but also its image of top quality, luxury and exclusivity. Located in the bustling capital of the Costa Daurada, it is known for its excellent service. It therefore effortlessly distinguishes itself from other Spanish favourites such as Blue Marlin Ibiza and Purobeach Palma. At European level, Infinitum even surpasses established competitors, including renowned names such as Nikki Beach Saint Tropez and Bagatelle St. Tropez from France, Fontelina Beach Club from Italy and Dunas Douradas Beach Club from Portugal.

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World Travel Awards

In 1993, the World Travel Awards were established to recognise, reward and celebrate excellence within the travel, tourism and hospitality industries. Today, having a World Travel Award is globally regarded as the highest quality mark in this industry. In addition to the best beach club, Spain also won with the best villa resort (Las Colinas Golf & Country Club, Alicante) and the best new boutique hotel (Casa Palacio Don Ramón, Seville).

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