All Inclusive Golf Breaks in Spain.
All inclusive golf breaks in Spain with great food in beautiful locations.
Golf & Spa Resorts in Spain.
Relax and unwind in a luxurious Spanish spa with great golf facilities.
- Finca Cortesin, Costa del Sol West Golf Holidays
- Sotogrande Old, Costa del Sol West Golf Holidays
- Nova Santa Ponsa, Mallorca Golf Holidays
- Son Gual, Mallorca Golf Holidays
- Canyamel, Mallorca Golf Holidays
- Valderrama, Costa del Sol West Golf Holidays
- PGA Catalunya Stadium, Costa Brava Golf Holidays
- Alcanada, Mallorca Golf Holidays
- Sanlucar, South-west Coast Golf Holidays
- Emporda Links, Costa Brava Golf Holidays
- Las Brisas, Costa del Sol East Golf Holidays
- Zagaleta, Costa del Sol East Golf Holidays
Golf Accommodation and Hotels
Set in manicured gardens, this hotel is part of The Luxury Collection. With 93 rooms and lots of space, the hotel exudes tranquility while offering every comfort. The are two restuarnts - including the award -winning "Plat d'Or" serving gourmet Mediterranean cuisine and the Portico Bar (watch out …
Castillo Son Vida5 star
Sister hotel to the Arabella Sheraton and also a member of the Luxury Collection, this charming hotel dates back to the 13th Century and oozes class. This Mallorcan country house is surrounded by gardens and Son Vida Golf Club and has stunning views of Palma and the Mediterranean. The huge public …
H10 Punta Negra4 star
Located on a small peninsular close to Palma, the hotel occupies a lovely position on the sea front with direct access to two small coves and crystal-clear water. There are 124 bedrooms and suites and also 13 bungalows located in the gardens. The three restaurants are very popular, particularly in …
Hotel Bendinat4 star
Located on the seafront in the bay of Palma, this little gem is hidden in the exclusive area of Bendinat. The Mediterranean-style hotel has 52 delightful bedrooms, bungalows and suites. All have a balcony or terrace with sea or garden view. The hotel itself has direct access to a rocky beach and …
This adult-only hotel is the perfect base for those looking for good accommodation close to the nightspots and golf courses. The 236 suites are excellent, with every one boasting a balcony and even a whirlpool! There are both indoor and outdoor pools with bar area and the restaurant has a lovely …
Son Caliu Spa Oasis4 star
Situated in a small cove with a secluded beach and surrounded by mature sub-tropical gardens There are 204 elegant standard bedrooms, all with balcony or terrace. In addition, there are nine double superior rooms and four suites with frontal sea view. The hotel restaurant offers a buffet dinner and …
With fragrant olive and almond trees perfuming the sun-kissed air, the Mallorca Iberostar Son Antem Golf Resort and Spa is a paradise for golfers, pleasure seekers and meeting attendees alike. The Iberostar is set in 200 hectares, just 20 minutes from the airport and has two good courses on-site …
This adults-only luxury hotel overlooking the marina and Mediterranean is not only lovely to look at, it’s lovely all-round. Fine beaches, superb spa facilities and excellent food all go together to make a relaxing holiday in Calvia; just 20 minutes from Palma and adjacent to Santa Ponsa Golf Club …
The Tramuntana Mountains, the luxurious marina of Puerto Portals and the Mediterranean Sea, frame the unique St. Regis Mardavall Mallorca Resort, set on the southwest coast of the Balearic Island close to its capital Palma. The bespoke St. Regis Butler Service will take care of all your requests …
Hospes Maricel & Spa5 star
Those of you who stayed in a Hospes hotel before will know that they combine historic buildings with no-expense-spared but sympathetic restorations to make beautiful five-star hotels. And the Maricel & Spa on the seafront between Palma and Portal Nous is no exception. It combines brilliant location …
Close to the seafront promenade, this is a fashionable hotel with sun terrace, pool bar and great sea views. Bedrooms are smallish but are nicely furnished and the upgrade to Seaview is under £70 per person per week.Mi casa es su casa, say the Spanish, meaning, “Feel at home …
Son Antem West is a championship course which opened to much acclaim in 2001. It is 6325 meters in length from the white tees and is set in truly spectacular surroundings with the Randa mountain as a backdrop. Narrow fairways surrounded by woods and undulating greens are the order of the day on …
Regarded as one of the best designed layouts in Mallorca, the course combines woodland, lakes, sweeping terrain and large, quick greens. There are a number of challenging and memorable holes, particularly around the turn. This is a very good challenge and the rustic clubhouse provides a super lunch. …
Host to the Balearic Open for a number of years including an epic six hole play-off between Seve Ballesteros and Jesper Parnevik (Seve eventually triumphed!). The open layout encourages you to rip into those drives, although with several dog-legs and an intelligent use of water you need to take …
This is definitely a course to include in your itinerary. The Club President is none other than the King of Spain, yet visitors are welcomed with open arms. The views of the mountains and sea are stunning, as is the course - a combination of flat areas and slopes through a pine valley. And you need …
Without doubt one of the best new courses in Europe and destined to become famous. The owner wanted to ensure that golfers played the best course on the island and in the best condition...One can only agree. The greens are like billiard tables and the fabulous fairways are broken up with extensive …
Son Muntaner This is an excellent ‘technical’ course where each hole will be remembered and although not excessively long, you’ll hit every club in your bag. Almond, pine and olive trees line the fairways and there are a few water hazards to avoid early on too. The 5th hole, …
This recent and great addition to Mallorcan golf is already rated as one of Europe’s top courses. Set in natural parkland, the course demands accurate play as wayward drives are penalised by the rough. Accuracy is far better rewarded than length on this course and it’s a welcome …
SON VIDA Blue skies - lush greens - sixty-three holes to play - in the Mediterranean! The rich colours of the blossoming nature surrounding the glorious Son Vida, Son Muntaner, Son Quint and Son Quint Executive Course. With three luxurious hotels – The St. Regis Mardavall Mallorca …
Son Quint Arabella Golf Mallorca is the third golf course of Arabella Golf & Spa Resort, Mallorca, which together with the Son Vida Arabella Golf Mallorca and Son Muntaner Arabella Golf Mallorca completes the groups' golf collection on the island. Intense nature as far as the eye can see a golf …
This young course has been ‘tweaked’ by Jose Maria Olazabal and presents a challenging and enjoyable test for all players. The 172-yard Par-3 second hole is an early treat, played over a canyon, the green is ‘an elephant burial ground’ and a very tricky two putt! The …
Set in gorgeous unspoilt Mallorcan countryside, this is a joy to play. The front nine winds up into hilly countryside with the green on the fourth hole appearing to teeter on the edge of a cliff with brilliant blue waters beyond. The back nine is flatter with multi-tiered and well-defended greens. …
An American-design with six lakes and large greens. From the back tees the fairways appear narrow, but play to your strengths and you will enjoy this classy test. The Signature hole is the 15th Par-3 where the rocky backdrop is offset by purple flora and rough grasses...Magnificent. 48 miles east …
A great Trent Jones Jr design in the north-east of the island, with stunning views out to sea. This wonderfully-maintained course allows you to open your shoulders but stray off-line and the rough and streams will soon penalise you. Some of the holes are fairly long and there are a few steep slopes …
Golf Holidays Mallorca
Palma - A wonderful city in which to just wander around, but it also has a number of monuments that you should be sure to visit…
The Cathedral- With its stained-glass windows, the gothic cathedral is the best known landmark of the city. It dominates the waterfront and backs onto the oldest part of the city where churches of medieval, gothic and baroque periods are found along with Renaissance style buildings (like the City Hall) and stately homes with beautiful patios.
The Palau de l'Almudaina - Stands opposite the cathedral entrance. L'Almudaina used to be the palace of the Moorish governors and later of the Mallorcan Kings.
The Castell de Bellver – This is a beautiful and well-preserved fortress dating back to the 14th-Century. It is located west of the city centre, on the top of a wooded hill and has spectacular views over Palma Bay.
Guided tours – There are guided tours through the old quarter of Palma featuring Palma and the sea, the Jewish Quarter, The "las Capuchinas" Convent and Modernist Palma. There are also tours of the “patios”; courtyards of the stately homes of the old quarter.
The fiestas - Apart from the festivities shared with the rest of Spain such as Holy Week or Christmas, Mallorca has its own. Although each festival is different, they all have music, dancing, traditional costume and, in many cases, bonfires or fireworks:
January 19: the Revetlla de Sant Sebastià (the patron saint of Palma) with bonfires, music and dancing
February Carnival: big fancy dress parades along the main streets of Palma.
June 23: the Sant Joan festival celebrates the coming of summer with bonfires on the beach or fireworks and dimonis (people dressed up as the devil) in the city.
Museums and Art Galleries - Palma has a good selection of museums and art galleries which exhibit works by both international and local artists from all periods:
The Museu d'Art Espanyol Contemporani (Spanish Contemporary Art museum), has works by Pablo Picasso, Joan Miró, Salvador Dalí, and other 20th-Century Spanish artists.
Es Baluard is located in the southwest corner of the old Reniassance city wall. With a spectacular view over Palma Bay, Palma’s newest museum houses works by Cezanne, Picasso, Miró and Barceló along with temporary exhibitions.
The Museu de Mallorca (Mallorca Museum) is an impressive museum relating the history of Palma through the ages and displays wonderful archeological findings.
The coast - Mallorca offers a wide variety of beaches: sandy beaches such as Es Trenc on the south coast of the island or the Formentor beach in the north; small coves on the rocky northen coast like Cala Deià or resorts like S'Arenal only 10 kilometres away from Palma.
The Countryside - Mallorca offers some beautiful one-day excursions to those looking for a day away from Palma. One of the most popular routes follows the imposing mountain range along the island's west coast, the Serra de Tramuntana. With its peaks, sea cliffs, valleys of olive and orange groves and beautiful ancient villages like Valldemossa and Deià, the Serra de Tramuntana is an unmissable landmark.
The Markets - Nearly all towns on the island have weekly markets where animals, Mallorcan food, products, artcrafts, etc. are found. One of the most popular markets is the one held on Sundays from 8am to 2pm in Santa Maria (15 km from Palma). Alcúdia (50 km) and Sa Pobla (40 km) also have their markets on Sunday mornings.Sineu (30 km) has a wonderful market on Wednesdays.
The Drach Caves - Situated on the eastern coast of Majorca, the Drach caves are one of the most important tourist attractions. Inside the caves is a large subterranean lake called Martel Lake, which is considered to be one of the biggest subterranean lakes in the world. Lakeside, classical concerts are performed with pieces of Caballero, Chopin, Offenbach...
Caves Of Hams - The special location of these caves make them one of the most spectacular venues on the island. The Hams' Caves are famous for their particular tree-shaped structure and their marvellous underground lake, where an extraordinary modern “sound and light” show takes place.
Golf Holidays in Mallorca
• The bars and clubs in the lively resorts in the south
• The gothic Cathedral and Almudaina Palace in Palma
• The caves of Drach
• Cocktails around the Puerto Portals marina
• Walks and nature trails
• Tapas bars, Marisquerias, specialising in seafood, and simple Comedores are just a few of the fabulous types of restaurants on offer.
Golf Holidays Mallorca
Here’s a list of the most convenient ways to get to your holiday destination.
• Most UK airports – Palma (2 1/2 hours)