Designed by the Dutch architect Alan Rijk, and to open in spring, the golf course is located on the Chiclana coast, approximately 2.75 kilometres from the Melia Sancti Petri Hotel and the beach. It is 6,220 metres long, a par 73, and enclosed in natural surroundings featuring the beauty of Andalucia's typical villages. The course is of medium difficulty, with many obstacles - two lakes, two small streams and protected natural resources. The greens are strategically located: large and mostly elevated, offering a demanding and technical target which is also quite entertaining and even amusing.
The course is an excellent challenge for experienced players but also appropriate for beginners. The setting also features great ornithological and floral variety. Ancient olive trees have been planted to complement many native and autochthonous trees. It is also important to know that there are more than 3,000 hours of sunlight during the year in the zone - together with unusual air and sea breeze characteristics.
How to get there
From Malaga by the 340 highway, crossing Conil and the Colorado. Up to 5 Km. (Km. 1.6) there is a turn to the left indicating Novo Sancti Petri, and the golf course is located 5 Km. from this crossing. From Cadiz you drive to the 16 Km. point of the N-340 highway and take the turn located on the right in the direction of Novo Sancti Petri; the golf course is located approximately 5 Km. from this crossing.