Situated at the foot of the Sierra de las Aguilas mountains, the Alenda Golf Club has an 18-hole spread, over a gentle terrain giving a par of 72.
The Alenda Golf course was designed and built by Roland Favrat with the maximum respect for the original lay of the land and the estate’s natural vegetation.
Thus, avoiding any aggressive movements of earth during the construction process.
The golf course was completed in October 1999.
It covers 49 hectares of land, 18 holes, par 72 and 6,257 metres in length, as well as an excellent practice area.
The course provides a quick round, as all the holes are linked together and distances are short between the tees and the green.
The first nine holes are medium length, on very wide fairways, and require accuracy rather than strength. For the last nine holes concentration is needed.
On this technical part of the course accuracy is more important than distance. Particularly tricky are the 16th and 18th holes.