2 x 18 hole golf courses, Driving range, Putting green, Chipping green, Pro Shop. Clubhouse, Restaurant, GPS golf buggies
PAR: 72 LENGTH: 5,866 metres
Buggy needed? (in our opinion): No, walkable
Sunshine Golf Pro says: "Two courses on both of which you can let it rip"
How to get there:
Latitude: 36º 32' 57.9" N - Longitude: 4º 40' 7.4" W
From Marbella: Drive along the national highway N-340 along the coast direction to Málaga, take the exit for Parque Acuático Mijas (Mijas Water Park) and once you reach the roundabout, follow the road to Coín - the MA 7053 - in the direction of the mountains. The signs indicating "Hotel Byblos" can be followed to reach Mijas Golf.From Malaga: Take the national highway A-7 along the coast and when you arrive Fuengirola, by passing "El Corte Ingles" C.C, take the exit Fuengirola/Coín NO. 209 (just after an overhead pedestrian bridge with the words "Bienvenido a Las Lagunas"); once you reach the roundabout, follow the road to Coín -MA 7053- direction to the mountains. You will get to a big roundabout; go straight on direction to Entrerríos/Alhaurín keeping on the same road -MA 7053-. The signs indicating "Hotel Byblos" can be followed. Ignore any sign for Mijas pueblo (Mijas Village).
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During the last decades, Mijas Golf has become one of the most popular golf complexes in Europe, renowned for the outstanding condition of their courses and the friendly atmosphere and excellent service provided to its clients.
The courses, Los Lagos and Los Olivos are situated in the valley of Mijas, just north of Fuengirola, 20 minutes from Malaga airport and Marbella and 3.5kms from the sea.
Los Lagos was the first course to be constructed under the management of Mateo Perez Robles, one of the pioneers of the tourist industry on the Costa del Sol. This course presents wide fairways, with numerous lakes- hence its name -, the water hazards which one finds at the 9th and 18th holes and also the many trees which are strategically placed to protect the large greens.
The Los Lagos course is currently being reconstructed and will be opening in January 2013.
The excellent economical situation at the time allowed them to build the second course, Los Olivos.
Los Olivos was constructed between 1983-1984, it was however recently refurbished in 2000-2001. This course lies in a smaller piece of land and has different characteristics to Lagos. The greens are smaller with undulations and are well protected by the bunkers. It also has a large number of Olive trees strategically placed around the fairways which demand a strong and straight drive from the player.
Both courses are renowned for having very little rough, plenty of water and relatively flat.
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|25/09/2017 - 19/11/2017 - Inc shared buggy
|25/09/2017 - 19/11/2017 - Walking
|20/11/2017 - 30/11/2017 - Inc shared buggy
|20/11/2017 - 30/11/2017 - Walking
|01/12/2017 - 31/12/2017 - Inc shared buggy
|01/12/2017 - 31/12/2017 - Walking