Par 71 / 5,560 metres playing off yellow. When constructing this extraordinary championship course, The Indiana, designer Peter McEvoy was inspired by the best desert courses in Arizona. And indeed the course layout is reminiscent in places of Scotsdale. The fairways are wide and sweeping, the greens are extremely large, and the condition of the course is excellent. In addition to numerous cacti and rock formations, the course also has other obstacles in the form of dried-up river beds. The contrasting colours of the landscape are pleasing to the eye. Design and construction of the course were carried out pursuant to USGA standards, and since its opening the course has played host to numerous national and international tournaments.
The Indiana golf club also has good practice facilities, including a pitching and putting green, golf academy, academy shop, golf boutique and Sierra's Sport and Fitness Club.
Restaurants: "El Torrente Restaurant" and "Crocodile Club".
Par 71 / 5,361 metres playing off yellow. Valle del Este is a well-maintained golf course with an exquisite design located in an area rich in natural beauty. Irrespective of your handicap, the wide fairways, elevated tees surrounded by volcanic rock, large greens with several flag positions, and the strategically-positioned lakes and bunkers make every hole a genuine challenge. The Valle del Este golf course was designed by Jose Canales and covers an area of more than 50 hectares, of which half is artificially irrigated. On the second half of the course the natural vegetation of the surroundings has been retained. The driving range is floodlit and there are also two putting greens and two greens for practising the short game. There is also a pro shop. The Valle del Este course was first opened in June 2002.
Par 72 / 5,092 metres playing off yellow. Marina Golf is surrounded by the Mediterranean between Garrucha and Mojacar and yields wonderful views across the sea and the surrounding region. The course is flat, yet interesting, with nine holes stretching directly along the beaches of the Mediterranean and nine holes located on the somewhat hillier landscape set back from the coast, which offers a little more protection from the wind. In addition to the completely different landscape on these holes, they also have more difficult tee shots. Three strategically-positioned lakes bring additional excitement to a round here. The Valle del Este golf course was designed by Ramon Espinosa. The course is easily walkable and very well-suited to golfers with intermediate handicaps.