Cabopino Golf, designed by Madrid architect Juan Ligués, is located in a picturesque location opposite the marina, from which it takes its name. The golf course measures 5,170 meters and has a par of 71, offering breathtaking views of the sea and natural surroundings, featuring magnificent pine trees.
This golf course consists of three par-3s, two par-5s, and thirteen par-4s, with the 14th hole being the longest at 456 meters and the 13th hole, a par-3, measuring 134 meters from the yellow tee. The signature hole, the 3rd, features a challenging drop to the fairway followed by an accurate second shot as the large bunker guards the elevated green.
Cabopino is a tight course, with a meandering layout around bunkers, bumps, and hilly long greens, all maintained in excellent condition. Golfers with a high handicap will appreciate using all the clubs in their bag, while those with lower handicaps will have to take risks on every shot to achieve a good score.