Looking for an all inclusive golf resort for your next holiday? Here are some of our favourites…
All inclusive holidays are popular across the world, for all types of holidays – and they’re becoming increasingly popular when it comes to golfing holidays, too. It’s easy to see why this is happening; all inclusive holidays mean you have everything you need right there at your fingertips, from all the food and drink you could ever want, to hotel facilities like a spa or swimming pool, and most importantly, a lovely, comfortable place to rest your head every night.
It’s no surprise that all inclusive golf resorts are now joining in the fun, and have sprung up all over Europe in recent years. The same principle applies; you can stay in a beautiful hotel, where you can enjoy three delicious meals a day (very often more!) as you would on an ordinary all inclusive holiday, and now with the added bonus of playing golf all day long!
If you would like to experience the ease and comfort of an all inclusive golf resort for your next holiday, there are lots of options for you to consider. In fact, choosing the right one from the amount of choice might be a bit of a struggle! That’s why we here at Glencor Golf have decided to narrow down the options for you, and tell you a little bit more about some of our favourite destinations for all inclusive golf resorts – so all you need to do is decide where you’d like to jet off to!
All inclusive golf resorts in Turkey
Turkey (specifically the Belek region) is actually a really popular destination for all inclusive golf resorts, and in this area along there will be lots for you to choose from! It’s definitely a lovely place to travel to for your golfing holiday; glorious sunshine and excellent conditions year round, really vibrant culture for you to explore and brilliant hotels. Seriously, the accommodation at a lot of these all inclusive golf resorts will be the best you’ve ever stayed in! And, obviously, we can’t forget about the golf courses themselves, which are immaculately maintained and designed to entertain you the whole game long. You’ll love playing on them so much you might not want to stop and make the most of all of the all inclusive amenities!
All Inclusive golf resorts in Portugal
The Algarve region of Portugal is sometimes known as ‘golfer’s paradise’; it’s a hugely popular destination for golf breaks, and there is so much choice here when it comes to hotels and the golf courses you’ll be playing on. Because of the variety and the sheer amount of courses and hotels for you to play mix and match with, all inclusive golf resorts have only recently begun to become popular, but there are some great options if you would like to just stay and play in one location during your time in the Algarve, although providing a slight variation on an all inclusive with half board and semi all inclusive packages like the ones at Morgado Golf & Country Club and Sao Rafael Suites in the Algarve. However it’s also worth checking out our offers at the 4* Real Bella Vista Hotel in Albufeira which although doesn’t have golf on site, offers all inclusive and it well placed to play some of the region’s best courses.
All Inclusive golf resorts in Spain
The most popular all inclusive golf resort in Spain is the stunning 5* Montecastillo Golf Resort in Costa De La Luz. This resort has a total of 121 rooms and 38 villas as well as a fantastic championship golf course which has hosted a number of Volvo Masters tournaments and is regularly ranked in Europe’s’ top 100 courses!
Alternatively, and not strictly a golf resort, the Marconfort Griego in Costa Del Sol provides incredible value for an all inclusive golf holiday and is conveniently located to access some of the region’s best golf courses and the world famous nightlife.
All inclusive golf resorts really are a brilliant option when it comes to golf holidays – everything you need, including stunning, world class golf courses – right there at your fingertips. If you’d like to begin planning your next golf holiday, please see our all inclusive golf holidays!
Where do you think is the best for an all inclusive golfing break?