Natural and stunning for the quality of its greens, the course’s other main attributes are the very fast and undulating greens and fairways that are constantly maintained in perfect condition. It is also extremely accessible for all types of players and has a charming family feel.
In the northeast of the island of Majorca, at 6,185 metres high, it is one of the most picturesque courses on the island. A par 73, 18-hole golf course created by specialist architect José Gancedo in 1988 that respects and conserves the natural environment and its orography to the fullest. Two maximum-difficulty holes (2/13) and curious features such as the par-4 ninth, with a rustic stone house in the middle that makes it hard to play its 320 metres in four shots; the fourth, from which you overlook the sea and can even glimpse the neighbouring island of Minorca; and the spectacular eighteenth, with a triple-tiered undulation ‘piano’-shaped green visible from the clubhouse terrace, resembling a set of stalls open to the mountain.