Why choose a golf holiday?
Enjoy a round of golf in the grounds of a grand chateaux, try a links course with Atlantic breezes and spectacular views for company, or spend the afternoon negotiating the immaculate fairways of a course alongside the Italian Adriatic.
Golf is flourishing as a sport in Europe. As a result there are an increasing number of courses offering excellent conditions - whether you’re an expert or beginner - for an extra-special game, in the warm summer sun. We’ve plenty of parcs with courses right on site, and plenty more with excellent courses (happy to welcome day visitors) close by.
There’s a wealth of different courses to choose from too - which makes it all the more exciting. The beauty of golf is that each course is a different experience. From the rough grassy scrub of some of France’s links courses, to the fiendishly sloping and bumpy fairways of some of our favourite courses on the sunny Spanish Costas. So don’t expect to find all golf courses to be similar. Like our parcs, each one is unique.
Best regions for a golfing holiday
Comprehensive golfing experiences for all abilities lie in wait just across the English Channel. Many of the courses in Brittany, the Vendee and Normandy feel comfortably similar to home courses, with perhaps a more laid-back, all-welcoming atmosphere than we’re used to.
With its own 18-hole course and exclusive clubhouse the Dol-de-Bretagne is one of France’s premier golfing destinations where you will find high-quality courses.
Active and exciting La Vallée might not have a course on site but there’s a superb, family-friendly course at Houlgate, Blue Green, just two kilometres away.
Brittany’s not short of great golf courses, and Golf de Carantec, less than two kilometres from Les Mouettes, is no exception.
A round or two in the balmy Riviera climate? We could think of worse ways to spend the afternoon. Try Golf du Esterel, under five kilometres from your site.
Fantastic golf courses can be found throughout the length and breadth of this increasingly golf-mad nation and, of course, it’s very, very unlikely that rain will stop play! From Sardinia to Sicily, Central Italy to Tuscany, there is a wide variety of brilliant courses to challenge yourself on, and they’re refreshingly unstuffy places too!
Pra'delle Torri offers an impressive 18-hole (PAR 72) sea course perfect for golf lovers looking for a challenge.
A challenging and beautifully designed on-site mini course will get your kids hooked while you’ll enjoy the 18-hole course in nearby Lido de Jesolo.
Golf Club Paradiso del Garda, at just five kilometres from your site mixes a stunning course with a side order of equally sublime scenery, just how we like it!
Justifiably popular with golfers, Lake Garda is a great choice. Try Golf Ca' degli Ulivi golf course within five kilometres of your peaceful parc.
Spain’s Costas attract golfers galore, drawn to the dependable weather, the immaculate fairways and the easy access to a selection of inventively designed courses. Spain’s just one of those places that gets everything just right. And we’ve a handful of parcs close to some terrific golfing opportunities.
Costa Blanca’s coast enjoys more annual hours of sunshine than just about anywhere else in continental Europe. No wonder there are so many great courses within easy reach.
Camping Interpals offers a restful retreat from the bustle of the coast. For rest of another kind, Golf Platja de Pals, just 1.5 kilometres from parc, might be what you’re after!
One of the nicest ‘pitch and put’ courses on the Costa Dorada, Portal del ROC is just five kilometres from this lovely coastal parc.
Club de Golf Terramar is a links course in a quiet location in Sitges, the resort that nestles alongside your lovely parc!
Parcs with nearby golf courses
If the parc you fancy doesn’t offer golf we have many parcs situated near to golf courses.
We’ve put together a handy list below where golf courses are located under 20km: