The 27-hole golf course of La Sella Golf (1992) was designed by the famous spanish golfer José María Olazábal. The course lies within the mountains of Montgó Natural Park.The first 9 holes are located between enormous masses of pine trees with spectacular views over Montgó Natural Park. Technically difficult, this is a highly-varied course where the player will have to use almost all clubs.
The 18-hole Alicante Golf (1998) is on the Mediterranean coast, next to the spectacular San Juan beach and only 5 minutes from the centre of Alicante. Severiano Ballesteros designed this great 72-par course which features wide fairways lined with thousands of trees. Alicante Golf is regarded as one of the best designed and maintained in the whole of Spain.
The 18 holes of La Galiana Golf are located in a natural valley with lots of pine trees. The challenging golf course offers a variety of flora and fauna as much as bunker and a few water hazards. Some of the mountain views are spectacular.
The 18-hole course of the Golf & Country Club El Bosque (1975) was designed by Robert Trent Jones. The course is located at the foot of a mountain and surrounded by mediterranean vegetation. The sloping fairways are combined with water hazard and 90 sand traps. The bunkers are strategically positioned at the end of the fairways surrounding the entrance of each green.
The 18-hole La Finca Golf (2002) is located within the La Finca Golf & Spa Resort in Alicante. La Finca Golf Resort has alltogether 3 golf courses to make your staying a unique and complete experience. The La Finca golf course is just 3 minutes walk from the Resort. The golf courses Las Ramblas and Villamartin are a little bit further away.
In Vistabella Golf there is space for everyone. The course is designed so that each player can enjoy it from start to finish. Its undulating streets, its strategic bunkers, its lakes, are some of the characteristics that turn its route into one of the most attractive designs in the area, in which each stroke is a challenge and a pleasure for the senses.
The 18-hole course of the Parador de El Saler (1968) was designed by Javier Arana. It is considered by professionals, amateurs, institutions and the specialized press alike to have one of the best course layouts in the world. The course is located in the El Saler Nature Reserve, on the shores of the Mediterranean sea. The slightly hilly landscape changes from linkscourse character to fairways with typical mediterranean forest. The course offers 91 bunkers, broad fairways and large complex greens. The grounds are surrounded by winding dunes and caressed by sea breezes, with a design that truly respects the natural landscape of the site.
The 18-hole course of Club de Golf Oliva Nova (1995) is located on the grounds of the Oliva Nova Beach & Golf Resort. The golf course was designed by the famous Spanish golfer Severiano Ballesteros. The largely flat course offers plenty of room for technically good game. Water hazards come into play on 15 holes.
The 54 hole resort of the La Manga Club lies only a few kilometers from the Mediterranean Sea and offers golf at its best. The North Course (par 71) designed by Robert D. Putman is a more or less flat course sprawling between palm trees, lakes and 'barrancos'. With narrow fairways and large greens it is slightly shorter than the South Course. Therefore it offers a different, yet no less challenging, round of golf.
The 18-holes of La Torre Golf is a par 68 course with 5403 m. The shorter length of La Torre Golf makes the course more playable for the average to high-handicap player who will certainly appreciate the four sets of tees, wide fairways, and the beautiful setting. At the same time, La Torre Golf asks for strategy to avoid the water hazards and offers exciting shots when played from the back tees.
The 18-holes of Mar Menor Village Golf is located in the province of Murcia, near the town of Torre Pacheco and only 5 km from the "Mar Menor" an inner sea. David Thomas designed the first nine holes, par 37 and 3,275 meters. The greens are well protected by bunkers and by water hazards around the course. The second nine holes were designed by Nicklaus Design.