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Must Play: La Cala Resort in Southern Spain

By: Golf Shake | Wed 07 Apr 2010 | Comments

Offering 54 holes over 3 courses, as well as a 6 hole par 3 course and boasting Spain's only David Leadbetter Academy, La Cala Golf Spa Resort is a must visit destination for anyone planning a Spanish Golf trip. 

Developed in 1989 the resort is one of the must play venues in the area having hosted the 2005 Ladies European Tour Qualifying school and with the luxury Spa opening in 2006 this venue is not just for golfers but for anyone looking for a break of relaxation and pampering.

It's also only 30 minutes away from Malaga airport and offers excellent weather all year round.

Golf courses

With three fantastic golf courses to choose from at La Cala Resort, La Cala Campo America, La Cala Campo Asia and La Cala Campo Europa courses, players are spoilt for choice in this golfer’s paradise.  All of the golf courses have their individual characteristics making them a joy to play on your golf holiday, together with the dramatic mountainous landscape; La Cala Golf Resort makes a superb venue for a regular retreat.

The courses were all designed by the infamous golf course designer Cabell Robinson, and require a good mix of accuracy and skill to negotiate your way round them.


The 107 deluxe guest rooms at La Cala Golf Resort offer all the modern amenities and comforts you would require throughout your stay including balconies and terraces with superb views of Campo Asia.  All rooms are furnished in a traditional Andalucian style with central heating, air-conditioning, satellite TV, electronic safe, wireless connection, the deluxe bathroom comes with a heated floor, bathrobes and a hair dryer.

All meals can be taken in La Terraza Restaurant, situated in the hotel, which serves a selection of national and international cuisine.  Weather permitting meals can be taken outside on the terrace overlooking the pool.  Alternatively, take a short walk to the Club house and relax on the terrace, or in the snack bar Hoyo 19, an ideal place for a bite to eat or a relaxing drink after a round of golf, viewing the hills and mountains of the hinterland of the Sierra de Mijas.

The Resort also boasts great leisure facilities including: 2 flood light tennis courts, outdoor swimming pool (not heated), Jacuzzi, squash court and gymnasium.  The latest addition is the outstanding CaraCala Spa offering an exercise pool, Turkish bath, sauna, herbal steam rooms, relaxation terraces and a range of fantastic treatments. 

Golfshake Member Reviews

See what members of Golfshake think and to read reviews in full visit the La Cala Golf reviews page.

 - Beautiful courses each with their own character. Stunning views and lots of Wow factor!

 - If you get the chance play at least one of these fantastic courses.

 - Fantastically laid out course with great backdrops and feels like you are playing on your own.

 - A great experience for our first overseas trip.

 - Three great course. Played them all now. Don't have a particular favourite as they are all good and challenging in their own different way. Facilities are excellent.

 - Very, very tight course......must keep the driver straight!! The 4th must be one of th hardest holes on the costa del golf.

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