LCIF 7º Worlds Lions Golf Tournament


Sunday 23 of February arrival to the Barceló Montecastillo Golf & Sports Resort.


Monday 24 of February Visit de city of Cadiz.


Founded by Phoenicians, and after the Greeks and Romans populated this city, giving us important testimonies. Established about 3,000 years ago by the Phoenicians, Cádiz is the oldest city in the West. The different civilizations that settled here left a cultural imprint, whose influence still lingers in the character of the Cadiz.


This peninsula, in the middle of the Andalusian Atlantic coast, has preserved an important historical legacy as a result of its commercial importance along with excellent beaches and exquisite regional cuisine.


On the other hand, a series of historical landmarks allow us to verify the close link between Cádiz and the rest of the peninsula: in 711 the Visigothic defeat on the Guadalete River allowed Muslims to conquer these lands, changing the course of history.


Three times, on their trips to the new continent, the ships of Columbus departed from here and arrived at their ports, turning them over time into meeting places of cultural currents between Andalusia and America; Finally, it should be noted that in 1812 the first Spanish Constitution was written in Cádiz, making the city the capital of the Nation for three years.


Tuesday the 25th of February


Visit of Jerez de la Fonterra, including the fabulous Spanish horse show of the “Real Escuela Andaluza del Arte”. Plus visit one of the famous Bodegas of the world known Sherry wines.

Jerez de la Frontera, called by the Arabs "Sherish", is the world center for the production of wine "Sherry" and the largest city in the province of Cádiz, with about two hundred thousand inhabitants. It is located in a fertile countryside formed by the Guadalquivir valley, a few minutes from the Atlantic beaches and the Cadiz mountains.

Jerez, thanks to his wine, has crossed borders. This, together with a really peculiar urban physiognomy, is only part of what this land can offer: mastery of the Cartujano horse and the bull of lidia, cradle of flamenco art, motor city with the High Speed Circuit, in addition to its monumental center, declared of historical-artistic interest.


Jerez also has the Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art and numerous wineries to visit and taste its magnificent wines Which will be included in this very especial visit for you.


Wednesday the 26th of February

Vejer de la Frontera is one of the most beautiful Cadiz villages in Spain. He was declared a Historic Artistic Ensemble in 1976 and received the 1st National People Beautification Award in 1978.

Its strategic location that made This town is an enclave of the oldest civilizations, which have left their mark on its physiognomy. Declared an Artistic Historic Site in 1976 and I National Prize for the Beautification of Villages in 1978, Vejer is discovered as a typical white village, of great monumental beauty and landscape.

It was home to Phoenicians, Carthaginians and Romans. In 711 the Visigoths lost control of the city to the Muslims, who occupied it until the 13th century when it was conquered by Ferdinand the Catholic. This small town is on the banks of the Barbate River is surprisingly not invaded by tourists, and is as historic as it is beautiful.

Vejer de la Frontera is a walled city. The walls, about two meters thick, have been preserved quite well, zigzagging around the city and protecting it from possible enemies. There are four entrances: The Arco de la Segur, the Arco de Sancho IV, the Arco de la Villa and the Arco de Puerta Cerrada. Also, there are also numerous towers that you can climb to get spectacular views of the town and the valley on which it sits.

We recommend visiting its walled enclosure and monuments such as the Parish Church of the Divine Savior, El Castillo, the Museum of Customs and Traditions, the patios, Windmills .... and in its municipal district, rural centers such as El Palmar, La Oliva (where is the Sanctuary of the Patron, the Virgin of the Olive), or Santa Lucia, with its Roman Aqueduct, among others.

The possibility of spending a day in Vejer de la Frontera, for knowing the friendliness of its people, of tasting its magnificent gastronomy or coming another time staying in one of its charming accommodations, will turn your visit into an unforgettable experience.

Thursday the 27th of February

Practice Round

Friday the 28th of February

First competition round

Saterday the 29th of February

Second competition round

Sunday the 1st of March: Departure

Extra days

Though how wish to say a a few days more we highly recommend to visit the “National Park of Grazalema” or the famous “National Park of Doña Ana” where millions of European birds spend de winter there, like thousands of northern European come to Sunny Southern Spain to play Golf J, which can be organize if we have suffice people, besides the city of Seville. Please contact me personally if you are interested, OK. E-mail:

Luis Domínguez Calderón
Past Interna
tional Director 2009/11

Fecha del Correo 21/06/2019