Costa Blanca Golf Holidays

From Benidorm, to Alicante, a Costa Blanca Golf Holiday has something for everyone! This destination is popular with golfers looking for nightlife as well as those looking to play some of Spain's finest courses such as Las Colinas. Whether you want a bucket list experience or a cheap deal, we can help!

7 golf holidays in Costa Blanca

Which airports are in the Costa Blanca?

Which airports can I fly to?

For those looking to travel to the Costa Blanca region, you should book flights to Alicante Airport. You can see the distance of this airport from the region’s top golf courses with our guide here:

Which UK airports serve this destination?

The majority of UK airports provide direct flights to Malaga Airport. These include Leeds Bradford, Macnehster Airport, Birmingham, Edniburgh, Bristol, and London Airports. Note that direct flights are also offered via Dublin, Shannon and Cork Airports in Ireland:

How long is the flight time?

Direct flight times from UK airports to the Costa Del Sol are approximately 2 hours 30 minutes.

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?

The Costa Blanca runs for over 200 kilometres along the Mediterranean coast line with quality golf courses stretching from Denia in the north to Murcia in the south. For the non-golfer looking for beach and night life then Benidorm would be top of the list. As well as the glittering neon lights there is a more historic Old Town that is well worth a visit. Close to the City there is one of Europe’s largest theme parks the Terra Mitica. Further North of Benidorm there are the towns of Calpe and Denia which as well as having excellent beaches represent a more realistic view of the Spanish Lifestyle. Most people will fly into Alicante airport and leave for other parts of the Region but that would be a mistake as its got its own personality and places of interest. At its northern most point the town of Valencia has undergone a major revamp and is the home of several sporting events. If you are looking for more natural and scenic places to visit then the natural park of Sierra Gelada and the Algar waterfalls should be on the shortlist.

Where can we go for nightlife?

For those looking for a good night out then Benidorm is hard to beat. It offers everything that you could want in the way of restaurants, bars and clubs that cater for all tastes and pockets. Most of the towns and cities on the coast will have numerous places to eat and drink but without doubt Benidorm will offer the liveliest night out. Alicante has many places to go for a night out especially around the newly built harbour area which boasts several restaurants and bars. Valencia is the third largest city in Spain and is justifiably proud of its gastronomy and it also has a lively night life. Paella originated in this area so is a speciality on most menus however there are numerous places to sample the best of modern Mediterranean cuisine.




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