Golf Courses in Spain
The warm and sunny year round climate and scenic landscapes of Spain makes it a popular vacation destination for avid golfers. Catering to its large population of Ex-Pats, namely British, Spain has built hundreds of golf courses on the mainland and on the many islands surrounding Spain including the Canary Islands and the Balearic Islands.
The numerous golf courses of Spain attract tourists from all over Europe and from around the world. With golf packages available in any price range, tourists can enjoy 18 holes on a budget or indulge in a tee time at one of the many luxury golf courses.
Golfing in Andalucia
One of the hottest golf courses in the region of Andalucia is the Valle del Este Golf Resort for is challenging 18 holes, beautiful four-star hotel and spectacular view of the Mediterranean.
Golfing in the Canary Islands
El Cortijo Club De Campo is one of the longest golf courses in Spain and played host the Spanish Open in 2002. The El Cortijo course follows three valleys containing native flowers and an area of ancient palm trees. The landscape of the course also includes six lakes and breath taking views of the sea.
Located on the island of Grand Canaria is the oldest gold course in Spain, the Real Club de Golf Las Palmas, which was founded in 1891 and sits at the edge of the Caldera de Bandama volcano.
Golfing on the Costa Blanca
Golf La Fica was opened in 2002 and is steadily gaining popularity among golfers. The 19 hole course was designed with cascading waterfalls that empty into five lakes along the green. Golf La Fica boasts both beauty and challenge.
With so many golf courses to choose from in Spain, there should be no problem booking a tee time on your visit.