Golf Holidays Spain

There are few destinations around Europe which offers golfers as much choice to create the perfect golf holiday as what the golf resorts in Spain do. There is a plethora of Spanish golf resorts to choose from but Costa Del Sol is still the number one choice, with a huge number of courses to suit all budgets. Other popular regions include the Costa Blanca, the Costa De La Luz, and Murcia which is home to La Manga Club and Mar Menor Golf Resort.

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FAQs About Golf In Spain

Which airports can I fly to?

Spain has a number of airports – the most popular for a golf holiday are Malaga Airport in the Costa Del Sol, Alicante Airport in Costa Blanca, and San Javier Murcia Airport in Murcia. Additional airports include Barcelona, Girona and Reus which service Costa Brava and Costa Dorada regions whilst those looking at Costa De La Luz as a destination should consider flying to Faro in Portugal.

Which UK airports serve this destination?

Flying to Spain is relatively easy given how popular it is for beach holidays and city breaks. Malaga Airport and Alicante Airport are accessible by most UK airports including those in London, Manchester, Leeds, Bristol, Newcastle, and Birmingham.

How long is the flight time?

Approximate flight times are as follows:

  • Malaga Airport (3 hours from London)
  • Alicante Airport (2 hours 25 minutes from London)
  • San Javier Murcia Airport (2 hours 15 minutes from London)
  • Barcelona Airport (2 hours 5 minutes from London)
  • Girona Airport (2 hours 15 minutes from London)
  • Reus Airport (2 hours from London)
  • Almeria Airport (2 hours 55 minutes from London)
  • Huelva Aiport (2 hours 50 minutes from London)
When is the best time for a golf holiday to this destination?

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

What are the local attractions?

Spain is rich in history so no matter which region you visit, there is plenty to see and explore. Those in the Costa Del Sol should see Rhonda which is a picturesque town in the mountains whilst Malaga itself has undergone a huge transformation in recent years with a recently developed Marina. Barcelona is popular for it’s football team and Guadi architecture including La Sagrada Familia.

Where can we go for nightlife?

There are so many destinations in Spain offering fantastic nightlife that it is difficult to pick out just one go to place. Puerto Banus has been made popular by footballers and The Only Way Is Essex and is full of stag and hen parties along with young revellers however other beach towns like Benalmadena and Fuengirola have plenty of nightlight. Salou is Costa Dorada is popular for groups looking for evening entertainment too whilst Benidorm in Costa Blanca is well known with British and Irish holiday makers!





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