Two fine 18 hole courses: La Cala North (Par73) and La Cala South (Par71) both designed by American Architect Cabell B. Robinson are complemented superbly by an elegant and comfortably-appointed colonial-style clubhouse and David Leadbetter Golf Academy that includes six-hole par-three "executive" course.
People who are passionate about golf will surely find the two golf courses an exciting challenge. You can opt to relax after your game at the elegant clubhouse. The well appointed clubhouse reminds one of the many charming Costa del Sol villas that abound in La Cala. Here you can have your refreshments after a round of golf or just lounge around in luxury while waiting for your turn at the greens.
La Cala offers a well diversified challenge
Set in the hills just behind La Cala de Mijas this is more than a fine golfing center - it is a complete resort for the entire family. There is tennis squash and more, plus of course the superb sandy beaches in the old fishing pueblo. Here you will also find an abundace of good restaurants and bars. Try to catch the horse racing at the Hipodrome whlie you are here - a terrific night out
An enjoyable experience for players of all standards.
Golfing holidays on the Costa del Sol in Spain
Tel. 952 669 033 - Fax 952 669 034
La Cala de Mijas, Apdo. Correos 106
29649 - Mijas Costa- Málaga
Places to visit include: Granada, Marbella, Fuengirola, Malaga, Benalmadena, Mijas, Mijas Hippodrome, Seville, Torremolinos, Puerto Banus, Ronda, Sierra Nevada, Tivoli World and the golden beaches of the Costa del Sol.
The two golf courses at La Cala are the main attraction of the resort, designed by North American architect Cabell B. Robinson. In a difficult and winding area, as Robinson says, "the terrain for the La Cala course made it my most challenging course construction project".