Large bunker protecting the green on Hardelot Les Dunes' third hole with trees surrounding and sun rising

Golf Breaks In France

Map of France Golf Breaks

Golf Courses in France

From Calais to Brittany, the golf courses in northern France offer the chance to test your swing and putting on a variety of courses.

Spectacular sea views make Golf D’Etretat a must-visit. Perched on the cliffs of Normandy, this par-72 course has a fascinating history and offers a good challenge for lovers of link-style golf.

Further south, lush greens are nestled in a fairytale forest at Le Tang at Saint Malo Golf Resort – with a lake and thirteen water hazards on hand to help test your skills.

Closer to Paris, you’ll find a selection of gorgeous courses set in the grounds of historical chateaus. The stunning Chateau D’Augerville Golf Club is 90 minutes from the city and has a luxury hotel on site – making it the ideal location for a romantic golf getaway.

Le Touquet is another popular golf region in France, with plenty of accommodation options available to suit every budget and holiday style. Courses include Golf du Touquet’s Le Mer and Le Foret courses and Hardelot’s Pins and Dunes.

FAQs About Golf Holidays In France

Which airports can I fly to?

There are flights from most UK airports to Paris however the majority of golfers access the golfing region in Northern France via EuroTunnel which arrives in Calais.

Which UK airports serve this destination?

The EuroTunnel is the easiest way to access the Northern region France of France like Le Touquet. This is accessed via Junction 11A of the M20 near Folkestone. If you intend to fly, most UK airports fly to Paris.

How long is the flight time?

Flights to Paris from London are approx 1 hour and 10 minutes however the EuroTunnel from Folkestone to Calais is around 35 minutes.

When is the best time for a golf holiday to this destination?

High season for golf in France is considered to be between April to June as well as September to October.

What are the local attractions?

It’s not just spectacular golf, France has to offer. There are some beautiful towns in this part of the country. Those to consider include Le Harve which is a port town with a beautiful cathedral and a stunning coastline called Côte d’Albâtre, whilst Caen is one of Normandy’s gems. Here you can find A Contre Sens, a Michelin Star restaurant. Finally, Mons Saint-Micahel is one to test the camera on – situated on it’s own island, this UNESCO World Heritage Site dates back to the 6th Century.

Where can we go for nightlife?

If you are after night clubs and bar crawls on your golf holiday then there are other destinations you should consider but if you want to relax with some magnificent food, beer and wine after a day on the fairways then this region is perfect. Le Touquet is a favourite with British golfers.

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