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Best all-inclusive golf resorts in Europe

Leave your wallet at home and holiday in style across Europe’s top all-inclusive golf resorts.

Tom Clayton
Tom Clayton
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All-inclusiveLuxuryStay & playGolf & beachGolf & wineGolf & gastronomyEuropePortugalBulgariaTurkeySpainCyprus

All-inclusive packages are a fantastic way to remove unnecessary stress from your getaway. With all your food and drink included, the only thing you have to worry about is shooting your lowest score on the course. Oh, and having plenty of fun around the resort too, of course!

What’s more, going all-inclusive removes the need for the last minute dash to the currency exchange before you leave the UK – even helping to make your trip preparation simpler! With all of that in mind, check out some of the best all-inclusive golf resorts in Europe below…perfect for your next golf holiday abroad.

Sueno Hotels Deluxe Belek

Turkey has long been the home of the luxury all-inclusive golf holiday. With five-star hotels in abundance and immaculately maintained golf courses, the country has garnered a reputation as the place to beat when it comes to holidays with everything included.

The vast majority of our offerings are around Belek, and arguably top of the tree is the Sueno Hotels Deluxe Belek. Not only is your sustenance included, but the majority of packages also benefit from unlimited golf – allowing you to get out on the courses as often as you’d like.

Sueno Hotels Deluxe Belek

In terms of the courses themselves, there are two on-site, The Pines and The Dunes, giving plenty of variety to your time on the fairways. And with immaculate practice facilities too, the destination is a brilliant start to your golfing season, helping you to get tuned up for the year.

Sueno Hotels Deluxe Belek, The Dunes Course

Barcelo Montecastillo

With a Jack Nicklaus-designed course on-site, and superb five-star accommodation, the Barcelo Montecastillo resort in Spain is an ideal all-inclusive escape for those looking for a slightly shorter flight time. The hotel itself is only 10-minutes from Cadiz City Airport too, making transfers on the ground both quick and inexpensive.

Barcelo Montecastillo Resort

As you’d expect from a resort of this quality, the food is excellent, with plenty of local Spanish cuisine to enjoy during your trip. There’s plenty to keep you entertained once you’ve finished your golf, with a choice of swimming pools and leisure facilities, but those that are looking to stretch their legs can also venture down into the ancient port of Cadiz to fully immerse themselves in the local culture – an idyllic afternoon after a morning on the course.

Sol Marbella Estepona Atalaya Park

Although the two are often synonymous, all-inclusive doesn’t have to mean five-star (and with it five-star pricing), and nowhere is this more true than the excellent Sol Marbella Estepona Atalaya Park.

The hotel itself is four-star but exudes quality, with two fantastic restaurants and four bars to make the most of during your stay. The hotel also provides free shuttle transfers to both the Atalaya New and Old Courses, making your trip entirely stress-free.

We love this hotel for many things, not least the location, which gives easy access to the lively town of Puerto Banus for those looking to venture out for an evening. We also love the value you get here, with first-class facilities at a fantastic price point.

Sol Marbella Estepona Atalaya Park

Sirene Belek Hotel

OK, we stayed away from Turkey for a moment, but we’re back. The Sirene Belek Hotel is another excellent resort in Belek, with the PGA Sultan and Pasha Golf Courses right there on-site.

Additionally, its central location allows easy access to many of the area's other top courses, including; Maxx Royal Montgomerie, Gloria, National, and Cornelia Golf Club. The hotel is a true five-star masterpiece, with everything you could hope for on the property.

Sirene Belek

We’d recommend checking out the Turkish Baths after a day on the course, for a true sense of unwinding. Or, perhaps you’d prefer to just take advantage of your all-inclusive drinks package with a front-row seat to the sunset. Either way, Sirene Belek Hotel has you covered.

Aphrodite Hills Hotel

In many ways, golf in Cyprus is golf at Aphrodite Hills. The resort has become a powerhouse of European resorts, even hosting the European Tour in recent years; with players loving both the on-site facilities and the quality of the PGA National Golf Course.

Aphrodite Hills Hotel

The resort of the destination mirrors this quality, with luxury at every turn; from their spa (once voted best in Europe!), to the private beach. Those on a longer stay may also want to visit the nearby Elea, Minthis Golf Club and Secret Valley golf courses – although we’d never get tired of playing the PGA National Course itself.

One more thing; Aphrodite Hills also has excellent facilities for children, with an abundance of play areas and children's entertainment. It’s the ideal location for those looking for a family break.

PGA National Golf Course

Salgados Palm Village Apartments & Suites

In the heart of the Algarve you’ll find one of our favourite Portuguese all-inclusive retreats. The Salgados Palm Village has easy access to the beachfront, as well as a range of great courses close by. Our pick of these is the link-layout at Salgados Golf Club, although Alamos and Morgado Golf Clubs are also great holiday plays.

The four-star resort has almost 300 rooms, making this the perfect location for larger groups – particularly with the 10 swimming pools allowing everybody to spend some time cooling off! With just a 40 minute transfer from Faro airport, arguably one of the best in Europe at catering for golfers, Salgados Palm Village really does offer the ultimate in hassle-free golf; particularly for guests on their all-inclusive package.

Salgados Palm Village Apartments & Suites

Iberostar Royal Andalus

Another larger hotel across the border in Spain is the Iberostar Royal Andalus. The property has more than 400 rooms, all with a balcony to soak up the sunshine! The hotel is bright and modern, and befits its stunning seaside location, which also puts it close to the three courses at Real Novo Sancti Petri Golf Club.

Groups wanting an action-packed break can also enjoy the tennis courts, fitness suites, and fantastic cycling in the area. However, if you’d prefer to stick closer to the bars and restaurants, you’ll be treated to exquisite Andalusian cuisine!

Iberostar Royal Andalus

Lighthouse Golf & Spa

Bulgaria might not spring to mind as a go-to golfing getaway, but we won’t be surprised if the Lighthouse Golf & Spa becomes one of our most popular all-inclusive locations in the coming years.

It’s a truly special five-star destination set against the Black Sea, and with direct access to the beach. There’s a dedicated whisky and cigar lounge (we told you it was special), and a brilliant Ian Woosnam-designed Signature Golf Course right there on-site. Plus, if all of this wasn’t enough, we doubt you’ll find a better five-star all-inclusive trip on the planet, particularly with our unlimited golf packages!

Lighthouse Golf & Spa Signature Course

AP Cabanas

Our final all-inclusive gem is the AP Cabanas Beach & Nature resort in Tavira, Portugal. Its location in the east of the Algarve offers a more tranquil getaway than many of the other destinations in the region, but also allows guests to benefit from access to the likes of Monte Rei, Quinta de Ria, and Quinta da Cima golf courses.

Although the all-inclusive packages allow for all types of cuisine to be experienced, we’d definitely recommend trying some of the seafood on offer – sourced locally from the very sea the hotel overlooks!

AP Cabanas Beach & Nature resort

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There's no better feeling than knowing everything is taken care of at an all-inclusive resort. Europe is home to some of the best all-inclusive golf resorts in the world!


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Tom Clayton

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