The Alenda Golf Course, designed and built by Roland Favrat, was constructed with the utmost respect for the land's natural layout and vegetation. No aggressive earth movement was used during the building process. The course, completed in October 1999, spans 49 hectares and features 18 holes, a par of 72, and a length of 6,257 meters. It also boasts an exceptional practice area, including a full driving range with a long shot, 25 mats, a bunker, 2 greens, and a pitch and putt. The course is situated in a one-of-a-kind natural and cultural setting, surrounded by the Sierra de las Águilas where the chapel of San Pascual is. This place, declared Municipal Natural Place, is celebrated in the month of May the Pilgrimage of San Pascual, which brought together thousands of visitors and residents since 1637. Likewise, south of this place is the deposit known as El Portixol, which includes several bunkers from the civil war.