El Rompido, Islantilla and Dunas de Donana, which is named after the Donana National Park, are in this area, to name just three, challenging and enjoyable courses. The area is relatively flat and most courses can be walked. The courses have been designed and built very carefully to use the natural area but not to intrude on this very protected natural park.
Cadiz stands on a peninsula jutting into the bay, and is almost entirely surrounded by water. The old city looks quite Moorish in appearance and is intriguing with narrow, cobbled streets opening into small squares. Apart from the historical and cultural aspects of the city, it features Golf El Puerto and Club de Golf Vista Hermosa both challenged with rather tricky water hazards typical of the area.
Jerez de la Frontera became famous throughout the world for its sweet wines named after the town, which in English is pronounced "sherry". It is called "de la Frontera" because it once stood on the frontier between the Moorish and the Christian realms. Club de Golf Costa Ballena and the very artistic designed Montecastillo Hotel & Golf Resort are located in the surroundings of Jerez, making it a thriving golf destination.