The Costa Blanca is the area between Alicante and Valencia on the Mediterranean Coast of Spain, sandwiched between the region of Valencia to the north and Murcia to the south, not to be confused with Murcia, where we feature the ever popular...More
The Province of Cadiz is the region whose focal point is the lovely capital of Jerez de la Frontera, rich in culture, dance (mainly the Flamenco), sherry and wine production and very agricultural land, it is also well known for its famous San Lucar...More
Murcia is 50 miles south of Alicante just below the Costa Blanca region and our main focus is the sumptuous 54 hole resort of La Manga, featuring the Las Lomas Village and the Principe Felipe Hotel . Spanish Golf Holidays just do not come any better...More
The Costa Brava has been a favourite of ours for many years, but because of severe flight limitations these days (only Ryanair.com fly into Gerona airport year round), we have a relatively limited programme in 2014, although it is noteworthy that...More
The Godfather of all golf holiday destinations, we all owe a lot to this amazing stretch of land which runs from Malaga to Gibraltar – there are about 40 golf courses to choose from and we only touch on a few of this wide choice, ultimately we are...More
Mainland Spain covers the regions of the Costa del Sol, Costa Almeria, Murcia, Costa Brava and the Costa del la Luz all featured by Elegant Golf Resorts. The most comprehensive portfolio of venues is in the Costa del Sol, which has a wide array of venues from La Cala near Mijas all the way down to Sotogrande. The top quality golf resorts in Spain are undoubtedly the Finca Cortesin and the Villa Padierna Palace, close to San Pedro and Estepona. Spanish golf holidays have never been better value with the strength of the pound against the euro and with the drop in demand for venues like Turkey, there is indeed plenty of capacity as Mainland Spain has so much golf capacity and plenty of hotels both on golf courses like at La Cala and on beaches, such as the Gran Hotel Elba Estepona and the Kempinski Bahia, all of which have great golf packages.
Golf breaks to Spain are about more than just the golf, there is the chance to dine out in the evening and explore different marinas, villages and towns and enjoy cuisines from around the world, not just Spanish! As the hotels are not generally all inclusive one can eat out some nights or every night. If you are looking for something a little different El Rompido in the Costa del La Luz, accessible via Faro in Portugal is amazing value and with a brilliant semi all inclusive package. Whilst our number one ranked golf course in the country is the amazing PGA Catalunya Stadium Course near Girona and has a revamped 5 star golf hotel reopening in June 2016!