There’s nothing quite like making your way round a well-kept fairway in the scorching Spanish sun. Keen golfers come back to the country again and again to enjoy the wide variety of resorts and courses that are on offer.
With so much on offer, you can be spoilt for choice when it comes to booking your holiday. If you’re in the process of planning a golf holiday in Spain, take a look at Golf Kings: the site has some great offers on courses and hotels, with something to suit everyone. But, before you book up, read our list of the top three you should definitely tee-off from.
Almenara Golf Club
Designed by golfing innovator Dave Thomas, this majestic course is an excellent resort that any golfer can enjoy.
It consists of 27 holes which can be tackled in 18-hole combinations. The sweeping fairways are nestled between two calm lakes, with tall pine and cork trees on either side. The course has been designed for golfers of all skill levels to enjoy: from the high-handicap newcomer to the skilled veteran, there’s something here for everyone.
Buenavista Golf and Spa Resort
This glamorous resort and spa is situated on the island of Tenerife and provides an excellent mix of challenging golf courses and luxury hotels with a relaxing atmosphere.
The 18-hole courses stretches along the coastline, with stunning views of the mountainous resort in the distance. Enjoy the sea breeze with the sun on your face as you make your way around the well-kept greens – the courses even pass by a scenic waterfall. The resort has received fantastic ratings from keen golfers and holidaymakers on Trip Advisor. Take a look at some of the reviews here.
Los Naranjos Golf Club
The Los Naranjos golf club is a delight to play on. It’s kept in immaculate condition throughout the year and is a fantastic destination for a golfing break in the Costa del Sol. Groves of orange trees are dotted around the generous fairways and strategically placed bunkers. In 2005 and 2008, the golf course was voted the Costa del Sol’s course of the year. You can find more information on the club’s facilities and history by visiting their website here.