Enjoy golf in luxury in Champagne & Alsace
Famous around the world for its wonderful vineyards and the renowned champagne houses of Veuve Clicquot, Moet and Tattinger, the lovely area of Champagne and Alsace doesn’t boast as many courses as some of the other regions of France, however, the courses which are here hold their own against the others.
With an array of beautiful towns such as Strasbourg, Reims and Troyes you will be spoilt for both on-course and off-course activities while on a golf holiday in Champagne and Alsace. What's more, the region is perfect for a golf and wine tour, home to a variety of historic vineyards.
Golf in the champagne capital
Champagne & Alsace are both great examples of underrated French golf destinations, the region is certainly known globally for its champagne production, however, its courses have wrongly gone overlooked by the golfing elite.
A golf holiday in this fantastic region really is special and golfers will love the small number of top-quality courses which are located here. Le Kempferhof Golf Club is one of the finest golfing establishments in the Champagne & Alsace region. It is often considered to be one of the best courses in France due to its fantastic year-round quality, intricate design, immaculate fairways and visually stunning scenery.
Golf de l'Ailette is another top-notch course located in Champagne & Alsace, the course here measures in at 6700-yards and promises to test your mindset, with many tempting shots over water, golfers will have to carefully consider their shot choices.
Discover charming towns on a Champagne & Alsace golf holiday
From the gothic architecture to the delicious food and wine and pretty villages, there is so much to enjoy in this beautiful destination.
Some top attractions include the gothic Strasbourg Cathedrale Notre Dame and the Chateau du Haut Koenigsbourg, a stunning medieval castle and garden. Make sure you take a trip to Petite-France with its half-timbered houses & Alsatian dining.
The beautiful 18th century Rohan Palace is a must-see as well as the Saint-Pierre Le Jeune Church. If you’re into museums, the Modern and Contemporary Art Museum and the L’Oeuvre Notre-Dame Museum are worth checking out.
If you're looking to play outstanding golf courses and tour some of France's most popular wine vineyards, look no further than this beautiful region.
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Enjoy wine tours in the home of champagne
As well as offering outstanding golf options, the Champagne & Alsace region is home to a number of famous wine destinations, from Épernay to Burgundy. Épernay is the city of champagne, being centrally located with dozens of champagne houses in the neighbourhood, it's definitely worth a visit during your holiday.
Burgundy is a region rich in history, famed for its Burgundy wines as well as pinot noirs and Chardonnay. If you're looking to experience traditional canals and grand châteaux, Burgundy's capital Dijon is the perfect place to view its gothic to art deco style buildings.