A direct link between Europe and Africa, and the place where the Atlantic Ocean meets the Mediterranean, Andalusia has been fought over by numerous cultures since the earliest times of civilization.
Andalusia covers 17.3% of Spanish territory, 87,268 km² in total, making it the largest single region, with an area greater than countries such as Belgium, Holland, Denmark, Austria and Switzerland.
In Andalusia, contrasts are the norm. The diversity of the landscapes which make up the region provides an entire spectrum: from the warm Guadalquivir valley, to leafy low mountain areas, from volcanic landscapes such as the Tabernas Desert to the white peaks of Sierra Nevada.Andalusia´s main river, the Guadalquivir,is a source of life all along its journey across Andalusian territory.
Within forty kilometres it is possible to travel from this alpine landscape to the tropical shores of the Mediterranean. The Andalusian coast, almost 900 km long, is home to a large number of towns and beaches, the delight of those who visit them.
At present, Andalsuia has 84 golf courses ranging from modest 9-hole ones to splendid top ones, as well as those adapted for amateurs and tourist golf. Most of them are in a perfect condition and prepared for welcoming visiting golfers. The great number and variety of facilities, the privileged climate, which allows to play all year round-, and the prestige of its golf courses have definitively made of Andalusia a first-call golf destination.