The golf course
The golf course occupies a good stretch of land very close to the Mar Menor Gulf.
Since it is mostly flat, the challenges from a player’s point of view are the many water hazards—and the wind which blows in from the Mar Menor. As the club’s own brochures say, “accuracy off the tee is a must for the player, who must thread his way to the green amongst clusters of bunkers, desert areas and the aforementioned water hazards.”
Facilities for members
La Serena has a large club house, with all the services and facilities you could look for: dressing rooms, pro-shop, caddy master, and storage facilities for members (including members of The Celts).
As well as the La Serena a-la-carte restaurant, the first floor has a large bar-cafeteria with a terrace overlooking the Mar Menor and the golf course.
You can find more information, including detailed course maps, on the La Serena website.