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
Beatriz Rey Don Jaime4 star
This 4-star large hotel is located next to Turia River Park and the “City of Arts and Sciences”. Rooms are decorated with traditional furniture and up-to-date amenities. Cristina is an a la carte restaurant specialized in regional and international cuisine. Rooms are reasonable in size, nicely …
With such a setting, it’s hard to go wrong and the hotel succeeds pretty much everywhere. The hotel is designed with tranquility in mind and is very spacious and sumptuous. Overlooking tropical gardens and the golf course, the 251 bedrooms are first-class. Leisure facilities include a 1200m2 …
Hospes Palau de la Mar5 star
This stylish 5-star hotel is centrally situated just a short walk from the heart of Valencia’s historic quarter. Tastefully furnished in a contemporary style throughout the hotel boasts a plunge pool and enjoys a great location for exploring Valencia. Senzone Restaurant serves Mediterranean dishes, …
InterContinental La Torre Golf Resort Murcia is a contemporary and elegant lakeside retreat situated in the heart of the La Torre Golf Resort. The 133 bedrooms, facilities and service are certainly five-star but are prices are very appealing too. Surrounded by a diverse landscape of over 2600 …
Welcome to Hotel La Finca Golf & Spa Resort with three golf courses: Villamartin, Las Ramblas and La Finca. The hotel is located on the golf course of the same name and the views are sensational.. The 117 comfortable and modern rooms have been equipped with all the amenities and technology that …
With three famous golf courses, three accommodation options, 12 bars and restaurants, a 28 court tennis club, spa, stables and cricket, rugby and soccer pitches, and great facilities for children, La Manga is one of the leading resorts of Europe and beyond. In fact, it’s been voted as Europe’s …
Set like a rare gem on the sun-drenched Costa Blanca, the Denia Marriott La Sella Golf Resort & Spa is one of the most luxurious hotels in Alicante. Minutes from the center of Denia and Javea, it´s surrounded by natural beauty, near beaches, quaint harbours and cultural treasures. The hotel offers …
With an average year-round temperature of 22 C and over 8 hours of sunshine a day, Lorca Resort is an easy-to-get-to and great-value destination in the stunning inland area of Costa Blanca. Lorca Resort is a purpose-built destination with residential villas and apartments, 18-holes of Dave Thomas …
This apartment complex consists of four floors with a total of 150 apartments. It has a sizeable lobby with a lift, a 24-hour reception with a safe, a café, an air-conditioned restaurant with a non-smoking area, as well as an Internet terminal, a car park, a garage and a laundry service. This …
Parador El Saler4 star
A must for golf lovers thanks to the brilliant 18-hole golf course, this ultra-contemporary Parador and completely renovated building strictly respects the natural setting with its grand glass-dominated structure bringing guests closer to La Albufera Nature Reserve from all indoor spaces. …
A golfer's Paradise! To really treat the golf fanatic in your life and avail of non-golf luxury yourself, there is no better place than the Hotel Valle del Este! With 4 holes of the stunning golf course surrounding the hotel itself a short walk from bed to tee will delight all eager golfers. The …
Set proudly on a spectacular site where the mountains meet the blue waters of the Mediterranean Sea, the design of Villaitana recreates an ambience of Mediterranean architecture with gothic and renaissance hints on its squares and cloisters as well as on its picturesque corners. The Gran Hotel …
The golf course, par 71, designed by Dave Thomas and Jorge Soler, with extensive, undulating greens and strategically placed bunkers, provide entertainment and excitement at every turn. A pleasant surprise awaits you at every hole.
Apart from the hotel Valle del Este owning the golf course and adjoining Golf Club, it also lays claim to a myriad of high class facilities that will impress even the most discerning of traveller.
The shortest but narrowest La Manga course, the North course meanders through lakes and palm trees and over softly-undulating terrain. It’s a great course to really get your game into fighting shape as you’ll soon learn to swing it slow and plot your way around the course rather …
This is the “biggie” of La Manga. Originally designed by Arnold Palmer, it’s been recently upgraded and lengthened and is tough enough to temper the Pro’s. This is good Spanish holiday golf – pretty to look at, easy to walk and only really, really difficult when …
This is tricky course designed by the excellent DaveThomas. Dog-legs rule the day so get your fairway woods out for the drive and long irons for the approaches – unless you can fly or go through the lovely pine woodlands.
Opened in 1990 and host to the European Tour on a couple of occasions, Las Ramblas was created by the prolific Spanish designer Pepe Gancedo and more than proudly displays his trademark creative and innovative design traits/tricks. Las Ramblas Golf Course is a beauty and takes in great …
A “game of two halves”, Villamartin has a hilly front nine with great views and requiring tactical play and then a softer back nine which allows you to open up your shoulders if you can negotiate the occasional ravine. This is where the natural terrain and geography is really part …
Just over a mile from the beachfront of Benidorm, Gran Hotel Villaitana is a true five-star in a convenient yet calm location with views over the Mediterranean to the south and stunning mountain views behind. The Gran Hotel Villaitana has 227 rooms including 66 suites and …
La Sella Golf Course is surrounded by the Natural Park of Montgo, a beautiful Mediterranean forest, three different nines the first through the forest, the second more open with water coming into play and the new nine with a more linksy feel.
One of the top ten golf courses in Spain, designed by Bernhard Langer. The club is located in Castellon, in a beautiful setting with lots of olive and carob trees.
Costa Blanca Golf Holidays
Elche - Inland from Alicante, Elche boasts a high proportion of palm trees and when you enter the town all roads are lined with its famous palms, ending with a palm tree grove. Elche is also a World Heritage Site, dedicated to its Arts and Traditions. The area has two nature reserves; the Santa Pola Sand Flats and the Parque Natural del Fondó. The flora and fauna of this area have adapted the wetness and saltiness and flourish well, especially in the summer months and you wmay ill be able to see the flamingos who make it their home. El Fondó Beauty Spot is located in the district of Baix Vinalopó, near the towns of Elche/Elx y Crevillente, and has two large reservoirs. Elche is also famous for its shoe manufacturing industry and clothing and confectionery production.
Skydiving Experiences In Castellon, Costa Blanca - A tandem skydive offers you the opportunity to enjoy the great thrill of skydiving as if you were a pro skydiver. After a brief 10 minute introduction you will start your ascent upwards to 4,000 meters together with your designated instructor and with the safety of a fully equipped harness attaching you to the instructor, you will enjoy 50 seconds of continuous free fall and approximately seven minutes of incredible descent time under canopy! The cost is about €180 per person.
Quad Excursions And Trips In Calpe, Costa Blanca – Enjoy guided tour routes with lunch breaks and great vantage points to take in the Calpe and Costa Blanca views.
Kayak & Snorkeling Excursions In Denia, Costa Blanca – Guided kayaking through the beautiful and protected nature reserve of the Montgo. The trip starts off from Denia, directly opposite the beach and close to the port. A short drive follows and the kayaking starts along the stunning coastline of the Montgo Nature Reserve and in and around the cave areas. All equipment is provided.
Buggy Excursions In Denia, Costa Blanca - A guided buggy excursion takes you through the beautiful area of the Marina Alta in a different, ecological and breathtaking way. You will “get up close” to the fauna and flora of this unique area. The trips take one or two hours and a minimum of four people is required.
Jet Ski Rides And Excursions In Denia, Costa Blanca - Discover the Levantine coastline in an exhilarating way, during which you will discover many of the hidden gems this fantastic stretch of coastline has to offer you. There are three types of trips and training is provided. The trips start at Les Marines Beach at Km 1.5, Les Bassetes, close to the centre of Els Poblets.
Horse Riding Tours in Benidorm, Costa Blanca – This is a very gentle excursion suitable for people who have never even sat on a horse before. The horses are not of the nervous type and it is a relaxing ride round that everyone can do. Horse Riding hats are provided for all riders and basic instructions are given on helping the clients to mount.
Benidorm Beaches - Benidorm spends as much on keeping its beaches clean as some towns do their streets. There are three main beaches; Levante, which is just over two kilometres long and runs alongside the main British tourist area; Poiniente, to the south, and at over three kilometres the longest with mainly Spanish sunseekers; and the tiny Mal Pas, in a cove below the old town. They all are superbly sandy and have flown the Blue Flag for quality since it began in 1987.
Guadalest Mountains - One of the most popular excursions for visitors to Benidorm is a trip into the mountains to the walled village of Guadalest. After the Prado in Madrid and the Alhambra in Granada, Guadalest is the third most visited spot in Spain. There are plenty of “weird” museums and the highest graveyard in Spain.
Denia Castle - There has been a castle gazing over Dénia since Roman times and there are remains of buildings from various ages. The castle was used for defensive purposes until the end of the 19th-Century, from when the terraces were used for growing grapes for raisins. The Governor’s Palace at the top of the castle houses the Archaeological Museum and shows the evolution of the town from its Iberian origins until the 18th-Century.
Santa Bárbara Castle - The castle was captured from the Moors by Prince Alfonso of Castile (who later became King Alfonso X) in 1248. There are three main parts to the castle, with the Torre del Homenaje, the castle keep, known as La Torreta, housing the oldest remains of the fortress. There are splendid views over the old town and out to sea, and if you want to dally a while there is a restaurant and a shady picnic area. By the way, don’t break your back trying to walk up to the castle. There are two lifts hacked out of the rock that can carry you the one hundred and sixty six metres for a round trip fare of 2.50 euros.
Diving Routes - Sub-aqua diving has always been popular in the Mediterranean, not just for the warmth of its waters but for the wonderful divergence of its flora and fauna. Dénia was the first resort on the Costa Blanca to establish way-marked underwater routes, in the same way as walking routes are marked on dry land. As well as caves and coves you can also explore Felguera, (known locally as ‘El Vaporet’), a ship of approximately forty-five feet that sunk in the late nineteenth century.
Train Ride Down Coast - The FGV is a narrow-guage train that runs along the coast from Denia to Alicante (although you have to change at Benidorm to do the whole route). It is a lovely way to see a large part of the twisting Costa Blanca coastline, its tiny coves and small villages – some of the stops are little more than a bench to sit on. The train gives you a chance to visit most of the other resorts that have made the region so popular; Benidorm, Altea, Calpe etc, as well as the two terminal cities. The ride to Alicante is about two hours (fifty minutes to Benidorm), and twenty-five minutes to Dénia.
Fish Market and Auction - If you go to the fishing port at around four in the afternoon you will see the fishing boats returning with their day’s catch. The auction starts at five, and takes place at an astonishing speed, with the price lowering (the reverse to an English auction) until someone shouts, “¡Basta!” (“Enough!”). Part of the catch goes on sale to the public at Posit, the small market which forms part of La Lonja.
Moraira Stroll - Moraira is small enough to stroll and see most of the sites in under an hour, but it’s a pleasing way to pass an evening. The main historic building is the 18t-Century Castillo, which sits beside l’Ampolla beach. Moraira was, and still is, a fishing village, and many of the tiny, narrow streets of the old town are reminiscent of the old fishing villages of Cornwall.