This is one of Europe’s main landmarks for golfers, who are attracted by its size, the quality of its facilities, the temperate climate and its private location. It has three 18-hole golf courses and an academy.
- Campo Europa: Campo Europa is a little more spacious than the other two courses at La Cala Resort. Given its design, with wide paths and flatter terrain, it is an ideal course for mid-level golfers. Its stands out for its main bridge and another four bridges over the River Ojén on its round, as well as its tunnels for moving around in the buggy. Hole 14 is at the limit permitted for a par 10,606 feet away. And par-5 Hole 11 is the longest at 1,719 feet.
- Campo América: Campo América has wide paths and few bunkers, though the changes in gradient make it very important to choose the right club. Skill is required when hitting to the green, since almost three quarters of them are a little elevated. The last holes are a wonder, like spectacular Hole 16 with its lake and fountain and Hole 17 with a narrow and tricky green towards Hole 18. The latter is a fantastic par 5. Previously known as Campo Norte, it has spectacular views of the Sierra de Ojén and Mediterranean. It has an extensive round with few bunkers, making it seem a relatively easy course.
- Campo Asia:Previously known as Campo del Sur, the oldest golf course at La Cala Resort and also the most challenging, which is why it is the most respected by golf professionals. With narrow, short paths and par-5 holes for those requiring special expertise in the game, especially on the short approach. The holes of the Asia golf course that require special expertise in the game include: Hole 10, with its classic design, Holes 3 and 14, with their hazards and Holes 5 and 18. Playing these holes is a deciding factor in obtaining a good score in the round.
La Cala Resort
Urb. La Cala Golf s/n.
Mijas Costa 29649 Málaga España
Tel: (+34) 952 669 016