Mallorca

Mallorca Golf Holidays

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Recommended Golf Courses in Mallorca

Alcanada Golf is arguably the best golf course in Mallorca. Players will be challenged by the sea breeze and strategically placed bunkers, while enjoying panoramic views of the beautiful Alcudia Bay and old lighthouse. The terrace restaurant is also a gem – the perfect place for lunch after your game.

Tucked between the mountains and the sea, Real Golf de Bendinat provides a picturesque setting with undulating fairways and Mediterranean landscaping. Golfers can expect challenging holes framed by ancient olive trees and stunning views of the mountains. It offers some of the tightest tee shots you can find and rewards accuracy.

Closer to Palma, Son Muntaner boasts an elegant landscape filled with lush vegetation and cascading water features. The course’s 15th hole demands precise shot-making, while the well-maintained fairways and strategic layout ensure an unforgettable experience for players of all levels.

As the oldest golf course in Mallorca, Son Vida has a rich history and timeless charm. Set in the grounds of a centuries-old estate, it boasts majestic views of Palma Bay. Golfers can test their skills on tree-lined fairways and marvel at the beauty of the surrounding Tramuntana mountains.

FAQs About Golf In Mallorca

Which airports can I fly to?

Palma de Mallorca Airport which is just 8km from Palma.

Which UK airports serve this destination?

Due to the popularity of Mallorca as a beach holiday as well as golf holiday destination, you can fly to Palma from most UK airports including Belfast, Leeds Bradford, Edinburgh, Manchester and Newcastle.

How long is the flight time?

Flight times from UK airports to Palma are between 2 hours (London airports) and 2 hours 45 minutes (Manchester Airport).

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

High season is considered to be between March to May and September to October.

What are the local attractions?

The Gothic Cathedral in Palma is beautiful and worth spending the day exploring as well as the surrounding courtyards and streets with little cafes and bars. You can also check out the Marina in Palma which is packed with super-yachts or shop in the city centre which features nearlt every fashion designer you can imagine. Beyond Palma there are some beautiful picturesque towns dotted around the island such as Alcudia, Sóller, and Banyalbufar.

Where can we go for nightlife?

Palma has nightlife all year round. If you are looking to keep your nights long and heavy then you won’t find anything livelier than Magaluf however for those looking for something more peaceful and less of a hangover, then Palma Old Town has plenty of bars and restaurants to keep things fun but sensible.

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