The golfing resort of La Cala is home to three courses, with Campo America being the longest of them all. Set on the Costa del Sol, there are numerous opportunities for a sea view from the top of the hills. In the other direction, the expansive Sierra de Ojén makes for a breathtaking mountain view while waiting on your partner to drive their tee shot into the wide, hilly terrain.
Fairways on La Cala are generally fairly wide, albeit with some steep areas. The relative lack of bunkers in comparison to other golf courses makes La Cala an amateur-friendly course, with views to be taken in by any player.
More testing holes include the 16th – a par 3 which requires an accurate tee shot to make any kind of score. With a beautiful coastal backdrop, the player must focus on avoiding the bunkers defending the left side of the green, as well as the lake which guards the front.
Campo America, formerly recognised as the North Course, boasts a couple of great restaurants including the Laurel restaurant, which opens up to a large outdoor patio for al fresco dining.