LOOKING TOWARDS THE FUTURE
The natural beauty of Palmares has always been evident, however it has taken visionaries to develop the resort into the unique destination that it is today.
Originally, Palmares was owned by a Portuguese family who first built a golf course on the site in 1975.
In 2001, one of the largest Portuguese companies – Sonae – bought Palmares, and in December 2003 Palmares was bought by family owned company Onyria Golf Resorts.
It was only in December 2008 that a permit for the development of the land for real estate was granted. In 2011, a new golf course on-site was inaugurated.
In November 2017, Palmares was acquired in a joint venture by Kronos Homes, one of the most prestigious residential developers in the sector and a large international investment fund.
From 26 September 2019, Palmares moves forward into its next chapter, as the resort itself is officially launched, finally bringing to fruition the true potential of this stunning location.
A unique residential resort by the ocean
All the aspects that configure this place – topography, geology, water, vegetation, sights, … portray the flow and fusion of the nature.
By RCR Arquitectes.
Kronos Homes is one of the most prestigious residential developers in the sector. Design, sustainability and quality are the three pillars of their #puredesign philosophy; a commitment to elevate residential architecture to its maximum potential.
PRITZKER PRIZE-WINNING ARCHITECTS
Rafael Aranda, Carme Pigem and Ramon Vilalta, of RCR Arquitectes, are behind the signature designs at Palmares. Their unique approach in combining buildings and places that are both local and universal at the same time helped them to take home the 2017 Pritzker Prize, the world’s most prestigious architecture award.
AWARD WINNING COURSE ARCHITECT
Robert Trent Jones II
Robert Trent Jones II is one the most important golf course designers today. A unique knowledge of the sport and an unparalleled curriculum qualify him to create the perfect golf course in Palmares. In a career spanning more than four decades, Robert Trent Jones, Jr. has designed more than 270 golf courses in more than 40 countries on six continents.