Luxury golf holidays in Spain and around the world
The golf courses in Spain just get better and better. From the ever-popular Costa del Sol to the Costa Brava, Costa Blanca and Costa de la Luz, the quality of the golf goes from strength to strength. Spain is easy to get to with regular flights to destinations all over the country and it’s a good year-round destination with sparkling sunshine in the winter months.
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The Costa del Sol deserves its enduring popularity as a golf destination. It doesn’t matter how many times you have played golf in this area there is always another great course to conquer as well as returning to old favourites. On the Costa del Sol can stay in the lively resorts like Estepona or Marbella or enjoy the quiet up in the hills of Mijas.
The Costa Brava in Spain has really taken off as a golf destination since the Millennium. That’s when PGA Catalunya hosted the Spanish Open and the word was out. Emporda and Platja de Pals are just two more of the excellent courses in the region, centring on Girona. There are superb hotels in the resorts and at many of the golf courses. Ask us about private airport and golf transfers.
The beautiful Mediterranean island of Mallorca is home to more than 20 golf courses. Most are in the south-west corner of the island, close to Palmanova, with some golf gems just an hour away to the north. The golf holiday season generally starts early April running through to the end of October, when you should still be able to play in shirt sleeves.
Head away from the crowds to Jerez and Cadiz in south west Spain to discover some terrific golf resorts. Jerez is the capital of the sherry industry in Spain and home to Montecastillo Resort with its outstanding golf course. Or head right to the Portuguese border and enjoy the ever-popular El Rompido. Ask us about private airport and golf transfers.
One of the very first tourist destinations to develop in Spain, Costa Blanca was fairly late to the golf game. Now, from the medieval and charming city of Valencia down all the way to the iconic La Manga there is a trail of impressive golf courses.
With five airports across the Costa Blanca, access is quick from wherever you are. Ask us about private airport and golf transfers.
The Cantabria region in the north-west of Spain is famed for idyllic beaches, beautiful mountains, picturesque villages and wonderful Spanish gastronomy. Direct flights are available into Santander from Stansted, Edinburgh and Dublin, and of course Brittany Ferries has a mini cruise service from Plymouth to Santander.