The oldest course on the coast. Opened and inaugurated by the Spanish Royal Family. The course is part links, with natural lagoons formed by sea water and part parkland where the holes form avenues between stands of well established trees, home to numerous colourful parakeets.
Although the course is flat with wide fairways the trees make things more difficult. The twelfth is a good example of lurking danger with its stand of eucalyptus to the right which requires a perfect drive to reach the green in two.