La Cala Europa Golf

Malaga

La Cala EUROPA Golf

Designer: Cabel B. Robinson

Founded: 2005

Urb. La Cala Golf s/n,, La Cala de Mijas, E-29649 Mijas-Costa, Málaga, Spain

www.lacala.com

952 66 90 33

Lat.: 36.541921 | Long.: -4.721731

Special Twilight Price per person, After 14h00

Special Twilight Price per person, After  15h00

Special Twilight Price per person, After 16h00

Special Twilight Price per person, After 15h00

Special Twilight Price per person, After 14h00

Special Twilight Price per person, After 16h00

€36

€57

€54

€36

€54

€36

January, February, December

March, October 1st – 26th

April, May, September 12th – 30th

September 1st – 11th

October 27th – November 30th

June, July, August

Nestled between the arresting beauty of the Sierra de Mijas Natural Park and the shimmering Mediterranean Sea, La Cala is a genuine haven of tranquility. Three superb golf courses, a truly luxurious spa and acres of untamed natural surroundings are waiting for you…

Located just 10minutes from the sweeping Mediterranean beaches of the Costa del Sol and only 30 minutes from Malaga Airport.

Designed by the renowned Cabell Robinson, each 18-hole course has been created to ensure a testing, yet truly exhilarating experience.

The three 18-hole championship courses all offer a different challenge.

The third of the championship 18 hole golf courses in La Cala Golf Resort, Campo Europa is a par 71 course opened in March 2005. It covers 100 hectares of land and measures 6014m in length. In keeping with the other two courses, it was also designed by Cabell. B. Robinson who used the natural meanderings of the idyllic Ojen river with great success to interact with eight of the courses holes across three fairways.

With larger greens and fairways that are generous from the tees, Campo Europa is an easier option for the average golfer. Two interesting holes deserving a mention are the 14th, which is at the maximum limit for a par 3 shot, at 220m and the 18th, which is one of the widest holes in Europe at 108m.
 
Great care was taken in the construction of this course to not only preserve the existing natural and native trees but to plant an additional 300 Cork Oak, Eucalyptus, Olive, Almond and Carob trees in groves along with another 1500 shrubs comprising mainly of Lavender, Rock Rose, Rosemary and Palmettos, to enhance the courses gently contoured natural beauty.