The newest addition to La Cala resort, Campo Europa was opened in 2008. Just as Campo America and Campo Asia, it was forged by American architect Cabell Robinson. Europa has its own place amongst the wonderful scenery of the Mijas mountains and Ojén River.
Great effort was put into conserving some of the natural vegetation around the course, such as lavender and rosemary. The result is a well-defined course which is seamlessly integrated into its surroundings.
The Ojén River itself has a large part to play on eight of the holes, acting as a water hazard.
Campo Europa could be considered one of the easier courses on La Cala due to its wider fairways and accessible greens. In this way, it is similar to Campo America. However, it does have its fair share of tests for golfers with lower handicaps.
Accuracy through long distances is required to master this course, with the par 3 14th registering 254 yards and the par 5 11th measuring almost 600 yards.
Campo Europa is an ideal setting for less experienced golfers to play a competitive round of golf, whilst taking bridges over the River Ojén and enjoying the famous views La Cala has to offer.