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Belgium Golf Holidays

Map of Belgium Golf Breaks

Golf Courses in Belgium

The number one course in Belgium is the Royal Zoute Golf Club, which is within easy travelling distance of Bruges. Known for its challenging links-style layout and beautiful surroundings near the North Sea coast, it has hosted The Belgian Open on numerous occasions and was described as a “hidden gem” by former champion Sir Nick Faldo MBE.

Golf Chateau de la Tournette is closer to Brussels and will challenge golfers with a mix of strategic bunkers, tree-lined fairways and gently sloped greens. The excellent facilities and beautiful rolling landscape make this course a must play on your Belgium golf trip.

Nestled in the countryside of Melsbroek, Brabantse Golf offers a mix of wide-open fairways and tight, tree-lined corridors. The challenging layout, combined with well-placed hazards and tricky greens, makes this Belgian golf course a true test of skill.

FAQs About Golf Holidays In Belgium

Which airports can I fly to in Belgium?

There are five airports in Belgium however the most popular are Brussels International Airport, followed by Brussels South Charleroi  Airport. Additional airports include Antwerp International Airport, Liege Aiport and Ostend Airport.

Which UK airports fly to Belgium?

Brussels International Airport is accessed by airlines from most major UK airports. These include London Heathrow, Manchester, Bristol, Birmingham, Newcastle, East Midlands and Edinburgh. Flights from Manchester and Edinburgh arrive at Brussel’s other airport, Brussels South Charleroi, which is approximately 1 south from the city.

 

How long is the flight time to Belgium?

Flights take approximately 60 minutes from the UK.

When is the best time to play golf in Belgium?

High season is considered to be between April and October.

What are the local attractions in Belgium?

As well as offering some superb places to play golf, Belgium also boasts some fantastic attractions to visit. Those considering Brussels should take time to visit Le Grand Palace which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Those looking to travel to Bruges meanwhile should visit the Belfry and the canals, which weave through the city. Those visiting Flanders have a wealth of World War I battlefields around Ypres.

Where can we go for nightlife in Belgium?

Nightlife in Belgium is centred around the country’s stunning beers! Whether it’s Bruge, Brussels, or somewhere else, you can be sure that there will be plenty of traditional pubs offering a wide range of beers and ales.

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