Since its 1970 inception, Nimes Campagne has been one of the most celebrated courses to be located along the south coastline. Like many of the region's best, the golf course was conceived with influence from the UK and Ireland; in this case, Donald Harradine, known locally for his project at Saint-Maxime, teamed up with Leonard Morandi to create a true gem.
Located just outside the charming town of Nimes, which is famous for inventing denim, Nimes Campagne spans some beautiful countryside, and is carved through some impressive woodland. Gentle undulations and stunning vistas add to the golfing experience provided by Harradine and Morandi at one of France's finest.
After an excellent round, there are few more dramatic clubhouses than that of Nimes Campagne, whose former stately home was actually modeled on the White House.