Par 72 / 6,152 metres playing off yellow. Designed by no other than Robert Trent Jones Jr., the course at the Golf Alcanada facility lies directly on the Bay of Alcudia and was opened in October 2003. The Alcanada facility is free of noise from construction, roads and aeroplanes and is also known as the Porsche course after its owner Peter Porsche. It is located in the heart of a nature reserve and yields fantastic views over the Bay of Alcudia and the lighthouse on the small island of Alcanada, which gives the course its name. This is a course for nature lovers. The challenges facing the designer were primarily to integrate the course as naturally as possible into the native Majorcan landscape. When playing the Alcanada course, expect to see ancient pine, olive and holm oak trees, as well as wild pheasants roaming the course in various places. The course is made more difficult by the frequent strong winds blowing in from the sea and the quick, well-maintained greens.