Located to the north west of Isla Canela, the club of the same name extends over a salt marsh crossed by small seawater streams. The layout has gentle slopes, formed by dunes, and a beautiful landscape dominated by broom brush, eucalyptus, olive and orange trees some of which require consideration when playing some fairways. Isla Canela is pleasant to walk with nothing more severe than a four metre climb.
The club has had nine holes in play for a number of years and in November 1996 opened the second nine. Natural lakes border a number of holes, and the greens are generally large and well-protected by bunkers. The par five 7th is reachable in two but beware the river to the right of the green.
The construction of strategically placed tees means Isla Canela is enjoyable for golfers of all abilities. The club also offers very good practice facilities.