At Artola Golf, players will find a par-27 course that was designed by Jorge Rein Mackinlay. It was inaugurated in 1974 with just six holes. Another three holes were added 20 years later, bringing its holes count up to its current nine.
The course is situated between the main Costa del Sol road and the ocean and offers jaw-dropping sights. The greens at Artola Golf are usually regarded as being manageable for golfers of all skill levels.
Fairways here are relatively short, and the course is located on flat terrain. Each of the course's holes are named after the plants that populate the course. As a result, the holes have names like El Ficus, El Naranjo, El Eucaliptus and La Palmera.