Courses for everyone and scenery to match...
The region of Murcia is located in the Costa Calida, south-east of the Iberian Peninsula, between the regions of Andalucia, Castile-La Mancha and Valencia and bordering the province of Albacete in the North, Alicante in the east, the provinces of Granada, Albacete and Almería in the west, and the Mediterranean.
Murcia has just over 170 km of coastline that offers coves and small beaches, rocky shores and sheer, craggy cliffs with numerous places of interest for nature lovers. Many of these locations have been declared Protected Natural Areas, places where one can still find autonomous species of flora and fauna, such as the Sabina Mora tree or the Fartet, a tiny, unique species of fish.
One of the most popular destinations in Murcia is La Manga (the sleeve); a strip of land, which almost completely closes off the Mar Menor lagoon from the Mediterranean, forming an important part of the coastline and hugely popular with golfers.
Golf in the Region
With 300 sun days a year, an average temperature of 19ºC and twenty-two golf courses Murcia is the perfect location for a golfing holiday. Courses in the region vary between the downright difficult to the more amenable making Murcia a major golfing destination and one of the most inclusive in Europe.
La Manga Club, Spain’s premier golf resort, is probably the most popular destination offering three fabulous golf courses and 5 * luxury accommodation. Serena is a battle with the wind, La Torre is short with lots of sand, Mar Menor has water hazards offset by stunning scenery, Alhama Signature is the best looking course in Spain, Roda will suit players of all abilities and Golf Altorreal has it all – water, lots of trees and a naturally hazardous environment that conspires to test a golfers ability.
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