The Parador de El Saler Golf Course is renowned by professionals, amateurs, institutions, and the specialized press for its exceptional layout, considered among the best in the world. The course was constructed in 1968 by Javier Arana, a prominent figure in Spanish golf architecture, and is situated in the Autonomous Community of Valencia, a leading region in Spain's economic development that takes pride in this landmark. The design of the course was carefully planned to integrate with the protected landscape, including native vegetation such as the famous pale stonecrop plant, locally known as "cat's claw." The course features a diverse layout that encompasses links-style beach areas reminiscent of renowned Scottish golf courses, as well as typical Mediterranean forest areas. This par-72 course spans 6.042 m and is spread across 18 holes. In addition to the course, the club offers a golf school, driving range, putting greens, two approach greens, a pro-shop, and a restaurant and snack bar.