Golfing Breaks

Whether you’re looking for a five-star golf resort, a tailor-made golf tour or a golf weekend close to home, we can help you. We can assist with all or part of the reservation booked with accommodation. With a huge variety of fantastic courses in England like those found at Marriott Forest of Arden, The Belfry, De Vere Belton Woods and QHotels Forest Pines there are many to choose from. Maybe try Wales which has the 2010 Ryder Cup course of Celtic Manor, or Royal Porthcawl, Royal St Davids, and Nefyn. Maybe you may like to try the Scottish courses in Fife, Ayrshire or the Highlands, which are all over this beautiful country.

If you’re looking for a stay in the warmer climate, locations in Europe such Spain offer hundreds of great courses and resorts – including renowned venues like La Manga, Montecastillo, PGA Catalunya Resort and La Cala all offering a wide range of playing and accommodation options.

Portugal is always a popular choice just for sheer quality and variety. A golf break in Portugal is hard to beat! Whether it’s the golfing heartlands and tournament venues of the Algarve and the Lisbon Coast, or the calmer and more cosmopolitan delights of Porto and Madeira, the wide range of golf resorts in Portugal will appeal to all golfers, whatever their standard or budget. This really is the golf destination that has it all!

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  • England

    Golf breaks in England grant golfer’s access to an extremely diverse golfing landscape, with tremendous golf courses, resorts and hotels to suit every taste. Our expertise enables us to offer the best in golf tours, encompassing the superb links courses that are dotted along the coastline, some of which have been included in the Open Championship rota.

    There are also countless fantastic resorts, which provide the all-round package, including outstanding accommodation and luxurious spa and leisure facilities, in addition to the great golf. This option is particularly attractive to both non-golfers and families, ensuring that there is something for everyone.

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  • Ireland

    A golf break in Ireland is guaranteed to be an absolutely unforgettable experience. There is no doubt that the country is littered with some of the world’s most fantastic golf courses, offering some of the purest golfing experiences, but the landscape is also adorned with many top resorts and hotels. Visiting the K Club’s Ryder Cup complex, and the incredible resorts at Carton House and Citywest, not only will you experience the phenomenal courses, you will also understand Ireland’s reputation for its warm welcome and legendary hospitality. While the golfers battle the famous Irish elements, fellow travellers can enjoy the first class leisure and spa facilities that the best golf break destinations ensure.

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  • Scotland

    For any serious player, experiencing golf in Scotland is absolutely essential. With over 550 courses within a relatively small area, it is understandable that golfers from all over the world make the pilgrimage to the home of golf.

    Scotland’s east and west coasts are littered with the spectacular links courses that are so inherently Scottish; famous names from Open Championship history such as St Andrews, Carnoustie and Turnberry offer golf breaks with a slice of history in golf’s home, while Gleneagles’ Perthshire landscape offers unrivalled beauty.

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  • Wales

    Wales’ reputation as a golfing destination has undoubtedly been on the rise in the last decade with the advent of some top quality tournament venues, and the subsequent award of the 2010 Ryder Cup to the Celtic Manor 5* Resort.

    There are numerous golf courses around the capital Cardiff, making it a superb choice for golf breaks with the added bonus of a great night out in the Welsh capital. Aside from the Ryder Cup venue, there are some terrific resorts, notably including the Vale, the Gower and further north, the De Vere St. David’s Park.

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  • Spain

    Golf holidays in Spain offer sun, sea, sand and quality courses, with the lengthy Mediterranean coastline being packed with phenomenal golfing possibilities.

    Spanish golf holidays, no matter the time of year, are generally blessed with sunshine; in fact, the Murcia region on the Costa Blanca – the location of La Manga, Europe’s most famous golf resort – claims the most hours of sunshine per year of any on the continent. While Spain’s south is its most popular, the Costa Brava is the country’s emerging star – the Girona area is home to some of Europe’s top courses. Whether you like to unwind on a golf holiday or see a bit of evening action, Spain has a golf holiday that is perfect for you.

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  • Portugal

    Golf holidays in Portugal have long been at the forefront of golf in Europe, thanks to the top quality courses, hotels and resorts that line the Algarve coastline. The Algarve is synonymous with golf, and also benefits from a pleasant year round climate that is perfect for holiday golf.

    With the old favourites being supplanted by fantastic new venues, Portugal is as popular as ever, and remains one of the best destinations for a golf holiday in the sun.

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  • France

    French golf holidays are extremely popular, particularly with travellers from the UK. This is primarily a result of the outstanding golf courses that are littered all over the country, but a trip to France has so much added value. Amazing culture, art, gastronomy, history and scenery are the foundations of France, and these attractions are extremely appealing, particularly for the non-golfers.

    France is home to a number of Europe’s finest golf courses, and with its cross-channel links to the United Kingdom, it has long been a convenient favourite with passionate golfers.

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  • Dubai

    Dubai is amongst the world’s fastest growing holiday destinations, thanks to the ultimate luxury hotels, fine dining, tax-free shopping, and the fantastic climate. The Emirates is subject to just 7 days of rain per year on average, and while the heat can be stifling from June until September, the relentless sunshine has made golfers take serious notice.

    The emergence of Dubai as a destination for golfers has much to do with the prestigious developments, where the game’s leading names have been commissioned to create outstanding courses. Be sure to play at the Emirates, the Montgomerie resort and Dubai Creek during your stay, which will be based in one of our luxurious bases.

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  • Turkey

    The terrific history, cultural diversity and climate of Turkey makes it extremely desirable, but in the past decade, the focus of development on Belek has made the Mediterranean coastline near Antalya a golf holiday destination of international repute. At the heart of Belek’s success is the quality of its resorts, hotels and golf courses, but the underlying importance of comprehensive customer service plays an invaluable role.

    The golf courses designed by famous names like Feherty, Montgomerie and Faldo have given Turkey serious international golfing credibility, and make sure that a golf holiday in Turkey will be an amazing value experience.

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