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For your golf trip in FranceLecoingolf offers you a wide choice of destinations with more than 130 hotels to enjoy the most beautiful golf courses in France. For a golfing weekend or a golfing holiday, discover the most beautiful hotels, gites and accommodation in France near the most beautiful golf courses. Playing golf in France offers a wide variety of landscapes. Explore all the regions of France and discover the most beautiful courses and resorts. France is a dream destination for all golfers.
Switzerland is a golfing destination that is as attractive as it is little known. Indeed, Swiss golf courses are beautifully situated with impressive hilly landscapes. Playing golf in Switzerland offers golfers unspoiled nature with often breathtaking mountain views. Most of the golf courses in Switzerland (18 holes and 9 holes) are easily accessible by car and public transport. Golf in Switzerland is a real adventure, you walk on narrow paths and alpine meadows. But you also have a good chance of seeing deer, marmots and other wild animals. An ideal destination for all golf lovers.
Lecoingolf has selected for you the most beautiful Golf Hotels in Spain. Book your holidays in the Iberian Peninsula and enjoy the most beautiful courses in an ideal setting. From Catalonia to Seville, discover the most beautiful golf courses in Spain.
Only 2 hours flight from Paris, Spain is one of the most popular destinations for French golfers. The large number of renowned golf courses, quality hotels and mild weather throughout the year are the keys to a successful golfing holiday. Add to this all the tourist advantages that Spain has to offer and it's easy to see why it has become one of the top golf destinations in Europe. Check out the details of the golf hotels in Spain to find out the prices of each one.
With more than 2000 golf courses, England offers a wide choice of prestigious inland and seaside golf courses (Links), some of which host the famous British Open. Discover the list of the most beautiful golf courses in England.
From Birmingham to Cardiff to Canterbury, your golfing holiday in England will be memorable. Exceptional courses in green environments with sometimes a breathtaking view on the sea, this golf trip will be an unforgettable moment of escape and a great way to test other courses. Discover the most beautiful golf courses and hotels in the UK on the Lecoingolf golf map.
Lecoingolf has selected for you the most beautiful golf courses and golf hotels in Portugal. Book your holidays in superb hotels and resorts, from Porto to the Algarve. Some say that Portugal is the best golf destination in Europe. We will leave it to you to make your own opinion, but it is true that the country has many arguments for it: a mild climate, an optimal sunshine all year round, beautiful beaches and landscapes, as well as famous and recognized golf courses. Portugal is an almost unmissable destination for all golf lovers. Only a few hours away from France, Portugal promises you a successful golfing holiday. Lecoingolf allows you to easily book your stay with your golf program. Consult the detailed information sheets of our hotels to know their characteristics and all the golf courses nearby.
British nationals introduced golf to Italy, establishing the country's first golf club, the Florence Golf Club, in 1889. The club was renamed Ugolino Golf Club in 1933, when a new course was built. The original 1889 course was taken over by Roma Acquasanta, which had been established in 1903. Despite this history, golf is not yet a major sport here; there are some 300 courses and only 90,000 Italians belong to a club. The most golf played in Italy is in the north of the country. The population centres, from Turin to Venice, have the highest concentration of golf courses in the country. Unfortunately, Italy's vast and spectacular coastline is only marginally devoted to golf, although the mountains do slope down to the sea and limit the opportunities for links play. Outside of the north, Rome naturally has a number of courses, and the headquarters of the Italian Golf Federation is at Le Querce, near the capital. Most of the international tournaments that come to Italy are played in and around Turin, Milan, Verona or Venice, although the Eisenhower Trophy was held at Rome's Olgiata Golf Club in 1964. There are many different golf experiences in and around the northern lakes. The best club is Villa d'Este, part of a 16th century hotel on the western shore of Lake Como; the Italian Amateur Championship has long been played there and the Italian Open is also held there. Villa d'Este is one of those tight, narrow courses that are typical of courses on the European continent, requiring a combination of precision and intelligence. For most of the last century, golf was a pastime of the elite of Italian society, and amateur tournaments were dominated by the likes of Count Sabini, Signora Isa Goldschmid and her brother Franco Bevione, who held the title of national champion for more than half of the 25 years immediately following the Second World War. Later, Constantino Rocca, who turned professional in 1981, won several times on the European Tour and is so far the only one of his compatriots to have played in the Ryder Cup. In recent years, the Molinari brothers Francisco and Eduardo have made a name for themselves, becoming in 2009 the first siblings to triumph at the World Cup in China; Eduardo also managed to win the US Amateur Championship. Italy is a must-see destination for all lovers of golf, culture, gastronomy and nature.
Discover the most beautiful golf courses and hotels in Ireland. Actor Bill Murray loves golf, especially in Ireland: "Ireland is my favourite place to play golf. It's the most beautiful country in which to play golf. And when you come as a guest, they treat you like a king. "Don't just take Bill's word for it. Isn't it time to play there yourself? The big names in golf have designed courses in Ireland. Take the example of Trump International Golf Links (Doonbeg) in County Clare: it was brave of Greg Norman to use his talents to create such a fine course just minutes from the one at Lahinch, designed by Dr Alister MacKenzie. There is also the unmissable Mount Juliet, the wooded Kilkenny course by Jack Nicklaus. Nick Faldo has achieved a spectacular feat in the serene setting of Lough Erne in Fermanagh, while the Palmer Ryder Cup course at the K Club in Kildare, and Tralee in County Kerry, both bear the stamp of Arnold Palmer. Carne, Connemara, Dooks, Enniscrone, Murvagh and Waterville: it is to Eddie Hackett, the "golfing saint" of Ireland, that we owe the transformation of these greens into gold. And let's not forget Rosapenna and Royal County Down, where the natural configuration of the courses was respected by the Scottish legend Old Tom Morris, and where, more than a century later, golfers continue to challenge themselves...
With a heritage dating back over six centuries, there is no better place for a game of golf than the country that gave birth to the game. You'll be spoilt for choice on your golf holiday in Scotland with its many links, woodland and heather-lined courses. A golf holiday in Scotland is also the perfect opportunity to attend some of the most prestigious tournaments in the world. Scotland regularly hosts the British Open.
Belgium is booming as a golf destination. Although the number of Belgian golfers and the number of golf courses in Belgium is much lower than in neighbouring countries, Belgium has a lot to offer for a golfing holiday. The Ardennes are home to many golf clubs and along the coast you will find some beautiful golf courses. The best golf clubs in Belgium are located near Brussels, along the coast and in the Ardennes. Belgian hospitality, special Belgian beers and Belgian gastronomy make a golf holiday in Belgium a great success. Belgium has more than 80 golf clubs and the best golf courses in Belgium are :
Belgium does not really have a golf resort, but you can find good golf hotels, such as Golf & Hotel de Falnuee, Golf & Hotel Henri Chapelle and Hotel Golf de Pierpont. Moreover, Belgium has a temperate maritime climate with relatively mild winters and mild summers for year-round golfing. April and June are the least rainy months and the highest temperatures are normally from June to September. These months are the most suitable for golf in Belgium.
Golf courses in Morocco have existed in the kingdom since the beginning of the twentieth century and the sport was particularly developed during the reign of King Hassan II, father of the current king, His Majesty Mohammed VI, who then took over. Discover the main golf courses on the map of golf courses in Morocco. Golf courses in Morocco are mainly intended for golfing tourists. When planning a golf trip to Morocco, you will find the greatest concentration of golf courses around Marrakech and Casablanca. Agadir, in the south, is also home to many golf courses. You will also find a few golf courses around Fez and Tangier, but these cities are less suitable for a simple golf trip. In this case, it is advisable to combine golf with cultural activities.
When one speaks of Morocco, one immediately thinks of the sublime palaces, the lush gardens, as well as the lively and cheerfulsouks. In our noses come quickly spicy or rose scents, and in our ears the noise of passers-by and horses. But Morocco is also about warm and welcoming people, talkative and rich in knowledge and anecdotes. Children play outside, and no one stays inside. Beautiful landscapes are to be discovered and admired, between sea and mountains. Between green valleys and desert plateaus, nature lovers will be delighted. The climate of Morocco is variable, with mild winters and hot summers. The month of August, however, is quite windy and cool due to the humidity. In the northern part of the country, mornings are subject to thick fog. Called white sky, it covers Agadir from May to August, at the beginning of the day.
There is a wide variety of golf courses in Morocco :
Introduced more than a century ago by the English, golf has become one of the leading disciplines in Mauritius. Indeed, its ideal climate, its paradisiacal environment and its gentle way of life have quickly made the country the favourite destination for golfers in the Indian Ocean! Today, there are more than fifteen golf courses on the island. From the simple Pitch and Putt to the most demanding links, there is a course for every golfer. Set in idyllic natural surroundings, they each offer different playing opportunities and provide great challenges for players. For beginners, the Golf du Paradis, set between the turquoise lagoon and the beautiful Morne Mountain, is an ideal choice. It will allow you to enjoy a game in an enchanting environment with its five holes bordering the lagoon and to enjoy perfectly maintained greens and fairways. The Heritage Golf Club or the Links Golf Club will delight experienced golfers with more hilly holes and for some stronger winds. As for the 18 holes of the Ile aux Cerfs Golf Course or the Legend Golf Course, they are perfectly designed to challenge the experts! From north to south, from east to west, the variety of courses in Mauritius is one of its real strengths. However, please note that the golf courses are owned by large hotels and residents always have priority. It is therefore important to choose your establishment or hotel chain in order to be able to practice your favourite sport in all serenity.
Dubai is now a resort where tourists from all over the world come to enjoy the sun, shopping and family fun. Discover Burj Khalifa (the world's tallest building), the Bastakia district, which has retained a historical imprint of the city, and the many shopping malls. Dubai is a prime holiday destination, with year-round good weather and many popular activities, including a great golfing experience. In recent years, Dubai has begun to attract golfers from all over the world thanks to its breathtaking scenery, spectacular clubhouses and excellent golfing facilities combining championship courses and resorts. Dubai Creek & Yacht Club is a golfer's paradise located in the heart of the city, just minutes from the international airport. The majestic clubhouse, whose design is inspired by the sails of a traditional Arabian dhow, has become one of the most photographed venues since its opening in 1993. Dubai also hosts many world-class international golf tournaments, including the Omega Dubai Desert Classic at Emirates Golf Club and "The final Rolex Series event" in Dubai held at Jumeirah Golf Estates. The golf courses in Dubai are decidedly contemporary, with signatures from the world's best golfers, including
We recommend the following golf courses in Dubai:
Close to France, Belgium and Germany, Luxembourg is one of the smallest European countries. Luxembourg has only 6 golf courses. Also, the landscapes will enchant you thanks to the numerous contrasts between its forests of hundred-year-old trees, its valleys and its ponds, lakes and rivers. The capital, Luxembourg, is a lively and culturally rich city with many places of artistic expression. The contrast between contemporary architecture and the remains of ancient fortresses is striking.
The southernmost country of the European Union, Greece consists of a peninsula and dozens of islands in the eastern Mediterranean. Hellas, as the Greeks themselves call it, is the land of ancient myths and so many discoveries in European history. The Greeks founded the Olympic Games, according to tradition, in 776 BC, and although Christianization put an end to these competitions, the modern Olympic Games began here in 1896 and returned in 2004. As a nod to tradition, Greece is always the first nation in the parade that opens each Olympiad.
As far as golf is concerned, there are only 9 courses in Greece, despite the efforts of the Hellenic Golf Federation, created in 1981. On the islands, Rhodes has a course, as does Corfu, and Crete has an 18-hole course and a 9-hole course. Bernard Langer and Robert Trent Jones II each created a course (the Dunes and the Bay, respectively) for Costa Navarino, a club that has everything the traveling golfer could want. With so much land and such a favorable climate, the potential for golf in Greece is unlimited.