was designed by famous Spanish golf architect José Gancedo, always providing his designs with creative and innovative characteristics with quality that has earned his national and international reputation. This 5914 meters long and par 72 golf course has incomparable beauty and as its name indicates (a Rambla is a dry riverbed, that carries water when it rains) has been developed on a steep terrain surrounded by watercourses.
The Las Ramblas golf course
is renowned as being the most difficult of the 3 Orihuela Costa courses (Campoamor, Villamartin and Las Ramblas) and is narrow with a large number of trees, traps and tricky spots. It is a fun course to play, but is easy enough to walk around, set as it is amongst low rolling hills. The vigorous vegetation surrounding the course is formed primarily of Mediterranean pines that create an unforgettable backdrop for the course. Furthermore, Las Ramblas golf course offers magnificent views of the Mediterranean Sea from many locations.
Thanks to the course´s established vegetation, there are abundant shady areas making it a pleasant place for playing golf even in the warmest months of the year.