The Hacienda Riquelme golf course runs through and around olive groves and wild flower meadows and is located in a beautiful, natural, desert valley.
It is led in a "core" format, which groups several holes while maintaining the surrounding buildings on the perimeter. This means that many of the holes border on other golf holes rather than houses, creating a more open and natural environment. Instead of length, the course relies on many subtle strategic elements to challenge golfers.
The region of Murcia itself is made up of 45 different municipalities, each of which has its own local government, so Soucina falls under the administrative jurisdiction of the municipality of Murcia. It is very well connected with Murcia. It is 29 km away from the city centre and the RM-1 is directly connected to the San Javier airport and the Mar Menor beaches.
The Murcia region boasts more than 3,000 hours of sunshine a year and its coastline is a combination of two seas. In fact, its coastline is known as the Costa Cálida (balsamic coast) and is home to endless beaches and small bays that offer many opportunities for leisure, sports and well-being. One of the most attractive areas is La Manga del Mar Menor, the ideal place to relax and enjoy the sea and the attractions at the sea resort. There are also: long sandy beaches such as those of San Pedro del Pinatar; pristine bays such as those in Cartagena; interesting landscapes such as the rock erosion of Mazarroña, or fishing towns such as Águilas. The region is also known for its wide range of wellness and beauty centres. Many of its beaches are considered to be open-air spas due to the waters of Mar Menor and mud. There are also several large spas in the region.