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Golfing holidays


For a golfing holiday within Europe, Spain and Portugal were at the top of most golfers’ lists thanks to the choice of hotels, resorts and of course the top quality courses. Now golfers find themselves spoilt for choice with more and more new courses popping up all over Europe as well as further a field.

Belek (Antalya), Turkey

Thanks to the great weather, quality hotels and the stunning championship golf,  it’s not hard to see why the Belek Region of Turkey has quickly established itself as a favourite for British golfers travelling abroad.

Palm trees add a tropical feel to the golf course

Palm trees add a tropical feel to the golf course

Paphos, Cyprus

With its ideal climate, Cyprus offers golfers the opportunity for enjoying the game all year round. This popular holiday destination is a great choice for all the family to enjoy, there are currently three courses in the Paphos region, with more planned for the future.

Marrakech, Morocco

Just three hours away from most UK airports, Morocco makes a great choice for a golf holiday in the winter months and with three golf courses close by the enchanting city of Marrakech is a great place to visit any time of year.

Hammamet, Tunisia

An increasingly popular golf holiday destination, Hammamet comes with all the facilities of a well-established resort, complete with a vast sandy beach and two golf courses.

Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Dubai’s popularity has grown over recent years thanks to its great climate, tax-free shopping, top class hotels and superb sporting facilities. With courses developed by the likes of Faldo, Montgomerie and Trent Jones a golfers paradise awaits.

Hopefully the scenery won't distract you too much from your game

Hopefully the scenery won't distract you too much from your game

Florida, USA

‘The Sunshine State’ of Florida is home to over 1000 courses, many of which feature in the lists of America’s best and with so many resorts to choose from your nearest golf course won’t be too far away.

Vilamoura, Algarve, Portugal

Still a popular choice for golfers and unlikely to lose its title, the seven championship courses and lively nightlife make Vilamoura ideal whether you’re looking for a golfing weekend or extended holiday.

Costa del Sol, Spain

Also known as the Costa del Golf thanks to the vast number of courses to be found in the region, the Costa del Sol has something to suit a holiday for all the family or a golfing trip with friends.

Posted : Saturday, January 9th, 2010 at 10:44
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