A port-side city drenched in history, it's almost completely surrounded in glistening seas. The streets flow with lively markets, and the beach – Playa de La Caleta – is so naturally picturesque it’s been aptly named ‘Sunset beach’ for as long as anyone can remember. Expect to find real Spanish culture here, where locals sip red wine in the warm late afternoon sun, and beautiful rustic establishments fill with the sounds of chatter and laughter. The courses look out over vast green landscapes, seemingly blending in with their surroundings. It’s no wonder designers such as Jack Nicklaus have fallen for this place, and now it may well be your turn.