Where should you go on a golf trip in Spain?
Spain is one of the most popular golf destinations in Europe. Golfers from across the globe head to the likes of the "Costa del Golf" in Costa del Sol to play the likes of Valderrama, San Roque, La Cala and many more. Other excellent regions are found in Murcia with the famed Jack Nicklaus Golf Trail, Alicante with popular resorts such as Las Colinas and Melia Villaitana and the excellent golf on offer in Girona including the top-rated Camiral Golf & Wellness Resort and Emporda Golf Resort.
How much does a golf break in Spain cost?
Prices including 3 Nights, Bed and Breakfast and 2 Rounds of Golf start from £149 per person (based on twin / double occupancy). Green fees vary significantly from as low as £20 / £30 per round to £300 or higher at top-rated golf courses such as Valderrama. The lowest prices will be found in the winter season (December - January) with higher prices found in summer and into September and October when golf is particularly popular in Spain. There are many golf courses in Spain which have golf tuition and academies on offer to provide help improving your game while on holiday. These include La Manga in Murcia, La Cala in the Costa del Sol and Camiral Golf & Wellness Resort near Girona.
What are the most popular golf resorts in Spain?
Both La Cala Golf Resort near Malaga and La Manga near Murcia are the two most popular golf resorts in Spain. Golfers heading here can play 3 excellent golf courses at each of them as well as a host of leisure facilities to enjoy once their day on the course is over.
What are the best golf courses for low-handicap golfers?
According to Your Golf Travel customers, the most challenging and enjoyably golf courses are found at Finca Cortesin, which is a former host of The Volvo World Matchplay. La Manga's South Golf Course in Murcia which was designed by Arnold Palmer. Las Colinas in Alicante which is a past host of The European Tour's Qualifying School, both The Stadium and Tour Golf Courses at Camiral Golf & Wellness Resort which are regular stops for The European Tour and Valderrama which is consistently ranked as one of Europe's best golf courses.