Costa Del Sol

The Costa Del Sol has long been regarded as the number one golfing holiday destination in Europe and has successfully fought off all challenges from newer golfing destinations. With competitively priced flights from low cost airlines from virtually every UK and Irish airport coupled with accommodation and golf courses to suit all budgets, there is no reason not to experience sunshine golf at its very best. With all inclusive board options and unlimited golf at a number of resorts, you can be sure your break will be tailor made to your group.

21 golf holidays in Costa Del Sol

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FAQs About Golf In The Costa Del Sol

Which airports can I fly to?

For those looking to travel to the Costa Del Sol, you should book flights to Malaga Airport. You can see the distance of this airport from the region’s top golf courses with our guide here: https://www.glencorgolf.com/a-guide-to-golf-transfers 

 

Which UK airports serve this destination?

The majority of UK airports provide direct flights to Malaga Airport. These include Leeds/Bradford, Manchester Airport, Birmingham, Edinburgh, Bristol, and London Airports. Note that direct flights are also offered via Dublin, Shannon and Cork Airports in Ireland: https://www.glencorgolf.com/Ireland-airport-and-destination-map

How long is the flight time?

Flight times from the UK to the Costa Del Sol are approximately 3 hours.

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?

Golf is probably the number one attraction with over 60 golf courses stretching all through the region. There are numerous interesting places to visit on your days off the course whichever part of the region you are staying in. The famous white villages of Mijas and Ronda are very popular and give an impression of what life throughout the ages has been like. Malaga has the Picasso museum which is a must visit. Benalmadena has a spectacular Marina not quite as big or as famous as the one in Puerto Banus but both are well worth seeing. Marbella has some lovely squares to sit with a coffee or something stronger and watch the world go by.

Where can we go for nightlife?

The Costa Del Sol is rightly renowned for its night life. Puerto Banus has a reputation for being one of Europe’s top entertainment spots and is a magnet for stag and hen parties. It has spawned numerous imitators along the coast line but still is probably the most popular destination. Marbella is perhaps a bit less rowdier but still has more than enough places to keep you entertained. Further down the coast Benalmadena and Fuengirola are popular resorts with many restaurants, bars etc to suit all pockets and tastes.

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