Over more than a hundred hectares of sprawling and gently rolling land, surrounded by the vast and brilliantly clear blue waters of Boracay, we found paradise. Hailed as one of the world's best beaches--with its sugar-fine white sand and cool clean waters--this fine piece of Boracay treasure is now evolving into one of the world's best resort communities-- FAIRWAYS & BLUEWATER RESORT GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB in Newcoast, Boracay.Spread across the center of the island, FAIRWAYS & BLUEWATER spans the entire width of Boracay, creating not just one but two stretches of splendid white beaches, each with its own allure and mood to offer--the relaxing quietude of the East Beach for precious moments of solitude or being alone with someone, or simply wallowing in the sea and basking in the sun for a gorgeous tan and the exciting exuberance of the West Beach for lively experiences and festive nightlife. The East Beach is also the perfect place to catch the day's first warm rays of the sun as it rises over the horizon. The West Beach is a more romantic setting as it catches the sun's final spectacular burst of color as it sets in the distance. For the more vigorous, FAIRWAYS & BLUEWATER offers a variety of water sports facilities for endless days of jet skiing, scuba diving, water skiing, snorkelling, para-sailing, mini-cruising, fishing, island cruising, wind surfing, among others. The FAIRWAYS & BLUEWATER 18-Hole Par 72 World-Class Golf Course inspires another kind of challenge, assuring players of a stimulating golf experience as well as a tough test to one's skills. Australian Master golfer and designer Graham V. Marsh himself designed the course. The lush greens and fairways complement the planned cheerful and breathtaking water features created by Living Waters-- gurgling creeks, rushing waterfalls, sparkling lakes, and the like. Creating a stunning whole that enhances Boracay's inherent beauty. A golf course impressive enough to gain recognition as the "Golfing Jewel of the Pacific." The upcoming Newcoast Town Center will offer unique experiences and fun-filled activities. Gathered here will be prime establishments for every possible need. The village clubhouse sitting on 6,000 square meters of rolling terrain provides full-service amenities for the entire family. Condotel units totalling 108 shelter the Club's guests in style and first-class comfort. Sports like tennis, basketball, tenpin bowling, working out and aerobics will be enjoyed here. Large swimming pools with glistening cascades will offer other refreshing ways to luxuriate in pristine waters. A complete line-up of specialty shops and stores will include pro shops to answer every possible requirement, from suntan lotion to good books to professional sports gear. What about a serenely elegant church and a clinic for more basic needs. Look forward to an enchanting Play Port with its shipwrecked Spanish Galleon called "Fantasy Finder" that will thrill the children as they dart to and fro among the
Year after year, Boracay finds itself on the list of the World’s Most Beautiful Beaches. Besides being the host to the best tropical beach in the world, nestled on the island is a world-class tourist hideaway: the Fairways & Bluewater Resort Golf and Country Club in Newcoast, Boracay. Fil-Estate brings its expertise to the Philippines foremost tourist attraction, in this world-class resort community aptly called Fairways & Bluewater. The development covers 126 hectares or about one-tenth of Boracay Island. “With Fairways & Bluewater, we aim to develop Boracay to be among the world’s most comfortable and most desirable destinations, a place for the entire family to bask in the sun, frolic in the water, combined with many more activities,” stressed Fairways & Bluewater chair Noel M. Cariño. Spread across the center of the island, Fairways & Bluewater spans the entire width of Boracay, creating not just one but two stretches of splendid white beaches, each with its own allure and mood to offer. A study in dichotomy, the East Beach is for moments of solitude and contemplation while the West Beach explodes with exciting exuberance for lively experiences and festive nightlife. The East Beach is also the perfect place to catch the day’s first warm rays of the sun as it rises over the horizon. The West Beach is a more romantic setting as it catches the sun’s final spectacular burst of color as it sets in the distance. At the heart of Fairways & Bluewater is a championship golf course worthy of Boracay’s pristine beauty. The Fairways & Bluewater 18-Hole Par 72 World-Class Golf Course inspires another kind of challenge, assuring players of a stimulating golf experience as well as a tough test to one’s skills. Australian master golfer and golf course architect Graham V. Marsh himself designed the course. Something for Everyone
For the more vigorous, Fairways & Bluewater offers a variety of water sports facilities for endless days of jet skiing, scuba diving, water skiing, snorkeling, para-sailing, mini-cruising, fishing, island cruising, wind surfing, among others. The village clubhouse which sits on 6,000 square meters of rolling terrain provides full-service amenities for the entire family. Condotel units totaling 108 shelter the Club’s guests in style and first-class comfort. Sports like tennis, basketball, tenpin bowling, working out and aerobics will be enjoyed here. Large swimming pools with glistening cascades will offer other refreshing ways to luxuriate in pristine waters. The upcoming Newcoast Town Center will offer unique experiences and fun-filled activities. Gathered here will be prime establishments for every possible need. A complete lineup of specialty shops and stores will include pro shops to answer every possible requirement, from suntan lotion to good books to professional sports gear. Features and Highlights Master planned resort community by Belt Collins, Hawaii 18- Hole Par 72 Golf course Designed by Graham Marsh through Graham Marsh Golf Design, Australia; waterscaped by Living Waters , USA; landscape by Landscan, Australia Golf Clubhouse and Spa Luxury Resort Villas, architecture by Wimberly Allison Tong & Goo, USA; interiors by Philpotts and Associates, Inc., USA - Condotels - Cascade Pool - Sports Port - Jet Skis - Sailboats - Kayaks - Water Tricycles - Other Water Activities - Snorkeling - Wind Surfing - Fishing - Scuba Diving - Health Club - Gym - Jacuzzi / Spas - Massage Rooms - Indoor Basketball Court - Sports Facilities - Tennis Courts - Beach Volleyball Fairways & Bluewater is a private enclave set in the island paradise of Boracay. Access to this very exclusive Club can be had only through its unique proprietary club share which provides tremendous benefits and privileges to an owner. Membership Benefits Part ownership of the Club’s properties 365 days access to the 18-hole par 72 Graham Marsh Championship Golf Course 1 to 2 weeks FREE accommodation a year at the luxury villas Exclusive access to: - Pirate’s Den - Lookout Point - Fiesta Village Center - Condotels - White Beach Terraces Resort Hotel (west beach) - 5-Star Paradise Cove Hotel (east beach) - 2 white sand beaches May be exchanged with another vacation destination anywhere in the world through Interval International Developer: Fil-Estate Properties, Inc.
Boracay is a tropical island located approximately 315km (200 miles) south of Manila and 2km off the northwest tip of the island of Panay in the Western Visayas region of the Philippines. It is one of the country's most popular tourist destinations. The island comprises the barangays of Manoc-Manoc, Balabag, and Yapak (3 of the 17 barangays which make up the municipality of Malay), and is under the administrative control of the Philippine Tourism Authority in coordination with the Provincial Government of Aklan.Boracay Island is a great place for just lazing around. Seven km. long, it is only one km. wide at its narrowest point. Boracay's largest villages or barangays are Yapak, Balabag and Manoc-Manoc. A confusing network of paths and tracks connects them, and several smaller hamlets called sitios, so maps of Boracay can only serve as a general guide. Slightly more than half the 5200 population lives in Manoc-Manoc. There is a beautiful beach on the west coast with very fine white sand, particularly near Balabag. The water is quite shallow, however. For snorkelling the east coast is better but beware of rips. There are scores of little sandy bays scattered around the island; they make an attractive alternative to the ever-popular White Beach. The atmosphere on Diniwid Beach is also pleasant and peaceful, just to the north of White Beach. There are a few places offering inexpensive accommodation there that would cost twice as much at White Beach. Also well worth the visit is the immaculate Punta Beach. Boracay is also well known for its now very rare gleaming white puka shells, said to be the best in the world. For years puka shells were dug out of the beach at Yapak and then sold. It's already a fait accompli that large masses of land are soon going to be moved in the north of the island. The most important Philippine property developers, Ayala Land, FiI-Estate and Primetown Property Group have bought up 205 hectares of land. There they intend to build resorts and housing for the better off; construction on the obligatory golf course is already well under way. Every day seems to be a holiday on Boracay - all you need to do is relax and enjoy yourself. Just get up, make some coffee and decide whether to go sailing, windsurfing or perhaps snorkelling and looking at corals. If you're curious you may get as far as the Caves of the Flying Dogs of Yapak' or Bat Caves (admission P20) on the other side of the island, where there are still fishermen who have nothing to do with tourism, except that they too have to pay higher prices in the stores for many people, Boracay is the typical Pacific island paradise. Whether this will change in the foreseeable future depends on how much building development goes on. Which will inevitably change the face of the island Out of all recognition. The new slogan seems to be 'concrete instead of bamboo'. Fortunately, so far most architects have succeeded in designing buildings that do not dominate their environment and fit in with the island around them.