Why Majorca is the ultimate destination for golfers

A destination blessed by year-round sun, refreshing coastal breezes and incredible sea views, you really can’t go wrong with a golf holiday in Majorca. The island is blessed with a plethora of top-notch golf resorts and hotels, all offering golfers the best in luxury accommodation close to all the local courses. Golfers will be blown away by the natural beauty of Spain, and with such a great nightlife on offer, you can enjoy this while sipping on your favourite beverage. Discover why golf holidays in Majorca are every golfer’s paradise.

Why book a golf holiday to Majorca?

  • Largest of the Baleric Islands & home to culture and gastronomy
  • Perfect mediterranean golfing climate, mild winters & hot summers
  • Great for groups & those seeking nightlife in Palma, Palmanova and Magaluf
  • Great value flights into Palma from all major UK airports
  • For a quieter golf break, Portals, Santa Ponsa, Alcudia & Cala Millor
  • 24 golf courses on the island - Son Gual & Alcanada are two of the best in Europe

Play the very best courses in Majorca

Majorca, often referred to as a "Golfing Gem of the Mediterranean," is a vibrant Spanish island that captivates golfers with its stunning golf courses with stunning backdrops. Beyond its charming coastal towns and vibrant nightlife, Majorca boasts a remarkable collection of world-class golf courses that make it a golf enthusiast's paradise. Let's explore the best golf courses in Majorca.

  • Golf Son Muntaner, Arabella Golf Club

Golf Son Muntaner is one of three top-class layouts at this prestigious resort. This relatively new course, built in 2001, stretches over 7,000 yards from the back tees. The course features two loops of nine holes winding over rolling terrain, offering a challenging yet enjoyable round for golfers of all skill levels. Reconditioned as recently as 2016, the fairways are lush and well-maintained, providing an exceptional golfing experience in a Mediterranean setting. Golf packages in Majorca often include a stay at this luxurious resort, making it a popular choice for Majorca golf holidays.

  • T Golf Palma

Just a short drive from the lively Palma city centre, T Golf Palma is a tranquil golfing haven designed by the renowned Nicklaus Design Company. The layout is varied, with two vast lakes prominently featured on the 7th, 8th, 15th, and 16th holes, adding a strategic element to the game. Recently breaking into the Top 10 best golf courses in Spain according to Top 100 Golf Courses, T Golf Palma is the one "must-play" course in Majorca.

  • Son Gual Golf

Another standout course in Majorca is Son Gual Golf. Known for its meticulous design and pristine conditions, this course is often compared to the finest in Europe. The layout is challenging, with water hazards and strategically placed bunkers that test even the most seasoned golfers. The course's dramatic landscape, featuring lush fairways and stunning views, ensures a memorable day of golf. It’s no wonder this course is often included in the best golf courses in Majorca.

  • Alcanada Golf Club

Located in the north of the island, Alcanada Golf Club is a true gem. Designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr., this course offers stunning sea views and a challenging layout that blends seamlessly with the natural surroundings. The course is renowned for its exceptional condition and the beautiful lighthouse that serves as a picturesque backdrop on several holes. With its mix of challenge and beauty, Alcanada is a favourite among both locals and visitors and is frequently mentioned among Spain's most popular courses.

Most popular hotels in Majorca

Majorca is an island renowned for its breathtaking landscapes and exceptional golf courses, making it one of the top holiday destinations in Europe, which extends to golf getaways.

In this curated list, we will explore some of the finest hotels in Majorca, each offering easy access to the island's premier golf courses.

  • Melia Calvia Beach

Melia Calvia Beach is a four-star hotel located on the seafront overlooking Magaluf Bay. This great complex, set amidst pretty gardens, is made up of two buildings with a total of 757 rooms spread over 12 floors. The hotel's prime location allows guests to enjoy stunning views of the Mediterranean while being close to some of Majorca's best golf courses.

  • Sheraton Mallorca Arabella Golf Hotel

Stay in five-star luxury at the Sheraton Mallorca Arabella Golf Hotel, designed in the style of a Spanish mansion. Nestled in Mediterranean-style gardens, this hotel features 93 elegant rooms with an amazing spa that you can relax in after a day on the greens.

The Sheraton Mallorca offers exclusive golf packages, making it one of the best choices for a golf break in Majorca. Guests can enjoy direct access to the Son Vida, Son Muntaner, and Son Quint golf courses, ensuring an exciting golfing experience.

  • Castillo Hotel Son Vida

Castillo Hotel Son Vida is a luxurious 5-star Grand Deluxe hotel that was once a 13th-century medieval castle. Located in Palma De Mallorca, this adult-only resort offers a blend of charm and sophistication. With its recent transformation, Castillo Son Vida stands as one of Majorca's top luxury hotels, providing an exclusive sanctuary for those who like the finer things.

The hotel’s location allows easy access to Majorca's vibrant nightlife and waterfront walks, making it an ideal base for exploring the island. Golfers will appreciate the proximity to the Son Vida golf course, known for its challenging layout and stunning views.

  • Iberostar Cala Millor

Iberostar Cala Millor is the perfect choice for those looking for an exceptional 4-star coastal golf break. Situated just a minute's walk from the beach, this hotel offers breathtaking views of the Mediterranean from its balconies. Golfers will appreciate the hotel's convenient location, offering easy access to some of the best golf courses in Majorca.

Golf travel tips for Majorca

Best months for golfing weather:

March - June & September - November

Best months for value:

April & November

Most popular months:

May & September

Our experts recommend:

May to October

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Things to do in Majorca

Majorca, an island famed for its stunning golf courses, also offers many activities beyond the greens which is why it is a top holiday destination in Spain. From historical sites and breathtaking landscapes to adventure activities, Majorca is a destination that caters to all golfer's needs. Whether you're a poolside sleeper or an adrenaline junkie, Spain’s largest Balearic Island will ensure you are entertained.

  • Sightseeing

For those keen on sightseeing, Majorca's rich cultural heritage and natural beauty will pull through. The Palma Cathedral is a Gothic masterpiece that stands as a symbol of the island's history. Nearby, Bellver Castle offers panoramic views of Palma and the bay, perfect for capturing the serenity of the island. Alcudia's Old Town, with its medieval walls and Roman ruins.

  • Adrenaline chasers

Thrill-seekers will find plenty to get their hearts racing in Majorca. Many diving schools are located on the beaches, welcoming guests to explore the depths of the Med with scuba diving or snorkelling around the Malgrats Islands and Cabrera Marine Reserve. In the Bay of Alcudia, water sports fans can indulge in windsurfing, jet skiing, and kite surfing adding that extra bit of thrill to your Spanish golf getaway.

  • Relaxation

If a chilled time is what you seek when not on the greens, Majorca's serene spots won't disappoint. Es Trenc Beach, with its white sand and clear waters, is perfect for a day of sunbathing and swimming. The ancient Baths in Palma offer a retreat with a backdrop of historic vistas. Golfers can enjoy the trails of S'Albufera Nature Reserve, ideal for leisurely walks. Port de Sóller, a picturesque town on the northwest coast, is the perfect spot to walk along the promenade and stop for dinner and enjoy fresh seafood.

  • Nightlife

When the sun sets, Palma's vibrant nightlife comes alive with an array of bars, clubs, and live music venues, ensuring your evenings are equally as exciting as your day on the greens.

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