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It’s hard to beat the satisfaction of swapping work tools for a set of clubs and jetting off on an exotic golfing getaway. Whether you fancy teeing off in the likes of sunny Spain and spectacular Portugal, or prefer to mix the green with golden sands on the Balearic Islands or Canary Islands, we’ve got some above par golfing holidays just for you.
Why choose Europe
Western Europe has some of the best golfing facilities, with a plethora of world famous resorts in Portugal, Spain, Cyprus, Majorca and Tenerife. With all boasting year-round balmy weather, individual histories and cultures, and plenty of other activities to try, it’s no wonder these five destinations are firm favourites amongst both novice and pro golfers.
For world-class courses, look no further than Portugal’s stunning Algarve coast. Here you’ll find some of the most popular greens in all of Europe, including the resorts of Vilamoura, Quinta do Lago, Vale do Lobo, Palmares, Boavista and many more. Further north, there’s also Praia d’El Rey, with its challenging 623-yard 17th hole, one of the longest holes in Europe overlooking the Atlantic Sea.
Spain has become synonymous with golfing holidays – particularly around the Costa del Sol, Costa del Luz and Costa Brava.
Not only does Cyprus boast a fascinating ancient history, delicious food and sunny weather, it also has its fair share of championship golfing greens. Aphrodite Hills is the most well-known, thanks to panoramic coastal views and tricky drives across deep gorges.
For a great day of golf with a side of sun and sand, Majorca is just what you need. Golf Santa Ponsa is the host of the Balearic Open and is located right near the beach so you can put your feet up once you’ve had a few swings.
Tenerife’s dramatic volcanic landscape makes for a game unlike any other! At Playa de las Americas in Adeje, you’ll find two championship courses at Costa Adeje and Golf Las Americas, and the sophisticated Los Cristianos in Arona, a popular tourist destination in its own right.
Our top tips for golfing
• Tenerife golfing green fees are very reasonable – leaving you more of your holiday budget to enjoy the island’s other activities such as hiking, cycling and watersports.
• Cyprus has six golf courses – five are in the south and one in the north, so make sure you book your accommodation wisely!
• Oceanico Golf in Portugal has seven championship courses, as well as a golf academy and a state-of-the-art fitting suite.