Playa Serena is a top-rated golf course in Spain that boasts 18 impeccably maintained holes all year round. Its wide fairways, carefully placed bunkers, and 9 stunning lakes make it a challenging yet comfortable course to play on. While it is considered the flattest course in Spain, the long holes and the intricate design of the greens pose a significant challenge to golfers. The course is surrounded by a beautiful array of trees and plants that evoke a Mediterranean feel. Waterbush tamarisks and mimosas line the perimeter, while pines, eucalyptus, palm trees, olive trees, oleanders, and bougainvillaea are scattered throughout the rough and garden areas. Founded in 1979, Playa Serena features excellent facilities and a fully renovated 18-hole golf course. The Clubhouse, which overlooks the course and the Sierra Nevada, boasts high ceilings, open spaces, and breathtaking views. It is conveniently located next to the tee of holes 1 and 10 and surrounded by the practice area. The Clubhouse is home to the locker room, restaurant, lounges, shop, club room, and club offices.