The course has 18 holes that are perfectly maintained all year round, which offers wide fairways, 9 lakes, and greens protected by carefully placed bunkers. Rated as the flattest course in Spain, the course is comfortable the main difficulty lies in the long holes and the design of the greens. Among the wide range of trees and plants, the Mediterranean feel prevails throughout the entire course. The perimeter is made up of Waterbush tamarisks and mimosas. In the rough and garden areas, you also find pines, eucalyptus, palm trees, olive trees, oleanders, and bougainvillea. Playa Serena was founded in 1979, has excellent facilities and a fully renovated 18 hole golf course. The Clubhouse is characterized by its high ceilings, open spaces, and breathtaking views of the golf course and the Sierra Nevada. Surrounded by practice area and next to the tee of hole 1 and 10, the clubhouse is home to the locker room, restaurant, lounges, shop, club room, and offices of the club.