Whether you want to do a sports holiday that lasts for weeks or you want a short golf break, Spain has something for everyone. One of the best things about Spain is you’ll find plenty of courses of all sizes. Not only that, but you’ll easily fine one that suits your budget and skill level. If you do get the chance to play at one of these best golf courses in Spain, then you will create memories you won’t soon forget. A golf holiday in Spain is great because it provides you with plenty of opportunity to be active. There’s no shortage of golf courses in the country.
Real Club de la Puerta de Hierro, Madrid
This is one of the most gorgeous and oldest courses in Spain, as well as the most exclusive. On the weekends, people flock to the Abajo Course. It was created in 1895 and it features two courses, with one being the Arriba 18 hole course and the Abaja 18 hole course, which is the newer one. One thing they both have in common is they both are challenging.
There are other facilities on site. This includes tennis courts, a swimming pool, pro shop and golf tuition. Let’s not forget to mention the bar and restaurant, as well as the sauna.
Desert Springs In Almeria
Desert Springs is the very first desert golf course in Europe, and its design is based on courses in Arizona and California. Its an 18 hole course that has been opened since 2002. You can play here all year round because of the mild climate.
You can take private classes or regular classes at the golf academy that is located here. As for the setting of the course, it sits among water channels, dry riverbeds, plants and rocks, and in the background there are the surrounding mountains. This course is an amazing contrast to the settings of many other golf courses in the country. Also, Desert Springs has a driving range, as well as putting greens.
Montecastillo In Cadiz
Jack Nicklaus is the one who designed those amazing golf course, which has 18 holes and sits on 160 hectares. You can find the course at the Montecastillo resort complex, which is where you’ll find restaurants, a health center, hotels and a pool. The entire course is well-maintained and there’s a number of practice facilities.
The course is quite flat and features a number of bunkers, top-notch greens and broad lakes. There are also 75 protected bays. Let’s not forget about the gorgeous views you’ll enjoy when you’re out on this course.
Those are only a few of the many courses in Spain, but those are some of the best ones. If you want to enjoy a golfing experience, then make sure you book on to Spain as soon as you can. Make sure you book as far in advance as possible because many of the courses in Spain are popular with tourists. The sooner you book a holiday, the better.