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Best all-inclusive golf resorts

Looking to book an-inclusive golf holiday but need some inspiration? Look no further, we've done the hard work for you and created a list of the best of the best all-inclusive resorts on offer.

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John Carpenter 6 mins read

The best all-inclusive golf resorts need to offer great service, unbelievable offers and most importantly outstanding golf. We regularly get asked by customers, what are the best all-inclusive golf resorts? So, why not consider these all-inclusive travel deals in our handy guide, including some of the best golf resorts in the world.

From the 5* Gloria Golf Resort in Belek, Turkey, to the luxury Moon Palace Golf & Spa Resort in Mexico, no matter which part of the world you find yourself in, an all-inclusive golf holiday will be unforgettable.

Gloria Golf Resort (Turkey)

With the numerous accommodation options, from luxurious standard rooms to stunning executive villas, the Gloria Golf Resort in Belek, Turkey, more than deserves its five-star rating. There are 13 bars and restaurants on site, which mean this all-inclusive golf holiday can be enjoyed just as much off the course as on it. There are two courses to choose from here in the New and Old courses, each with their own unique, and memorable holes.

Gloria Golf Resort

Constance Belle Mare Plage (Mauritius)

Soft white sand and never-ending blue skies await you at the five-star Constance Belle Mare Plage hotel in Mauritius. With more than 250 rooms, in addition to white sand beaches, seven distinctive restaurants, six trendy bars, gym, spa and golf, this resort offers a plentiful supply of relaxation and escapism. The Links Course here was designed by famous golf commentator Peter Allis, whereas the Legend Course has hosted the European Senior Tour and seen some of the greats of the game walk the fairways.

Constance Belle Mare Plage

Moon Palace Golf & Spa Resort (Mexico)

The 5* Moon Palace Golf & Spa Resort in Mexico offers exactly what it says in the name – luxury. It is located right on the Cancun beachfront and gives guests the opportunity to try everything from surfing to relaxing in the Awe Spa. There are numerous stunning golf courses you can play at this resort as well as the on-site Moon Palace course, including the El Camaleon Golf Course at Mayakoba. When you’re not on the course, relax in one of the 15 restaurants, 12 bars and 2 pools.

Moon Palace Golf & Spa Resort

Gran Hotel Elba Estepona (Spain)

The beautiful Elba Estepona beach-side hotel provides guests with an authentic, relaxing atmosphere in Malaga, Spain, with large rooms offering sea-views and the ultimate in comfort. With 35 golf courses in the area, including Estepona and Finca Cortesin, it is no wonder golf in Spain is so popular. On your day off, why not enjoy a walk down the beach and through the enchanting gardens, or treat yourself in one of the three themed restaurants.

Gran Hotel Elba Estepona

Barceló Bavaro Beach (Dominican Republic)

The Barcelo Bavaro Beach resort is an adult only, tropical paradise, where you can unwind, relax and enjoy a round of golf on The Lakes Barcelo Course in a beautiful climate. It is the latest addition to golf in the Dominican Republic, and was given a face-lift by Pete Dye in 2010. This golf and beach resort is on the front line of Bavaro Beach in Punta Cana and with 80% of the rooms located right on the beachfront, it is hard to find such a Caribbean feel at any other resort.

Barceló Bavaro Beach Resort

Olympic Lagoon Resort (Cyprus)

As one of the most popular beachfront resorts in Paphos, you know you can’t go wrong with a golf holiday here. Everything comes in fives at Olympic Lagoon Resort, with five bars, five restaurants and five swimming pools adding to its five-star rating. The five restaurants cater for everyone, with almost every style of cuisine on offer from Cypriot to Japanese. A stay here opens up the opportunity to play four quality golf courses in Elea Golf Club, Aphrodite Hills and Minthis Golf Club.

Olympic Lagoon Resort

Vila Gale Cerro Alagoa Resort (Portugal)

In the centre of the bustling hub of Albufeira you will find the Vila Gale Cerro Alagoa Resort, perfect for those looking for an all-inclusive golf break with great nightlife. The Albufeira strip is one of the most popular in the Algarve for stag and hen parties, as well as groups of golfers. Once you’ve recovered from the hangover, you can enjoy courses such as Salgados, Vale da Pinta, Gramacho and Palmares. At just 700m from the beach, when you’re not on the golf course you can relax on the golden Algarve sands.

Vila Gale Cerro Alagoa

ClubHotel Riu Tikda Palmeraie (Morocco)

For those looking for a family golf holiday, look no further than Morocco’s ClubHotel Riu Tikda Palmeraie Resort. The exotic gardens and the super-sized pool located in the heart of the hotel grounds are the perfect place to relax, although it is on the course where Marrakech is beginning to blossom. Samanah Golf Club is an exquisite Jack Nicklaus design, offering desert-style golf, with guests also getting the chance to try Royal Golf Marrakech and Palmeraie Golf Club while on a golf break here. All of which are quickly becoming some of the best golf courses in Europe.

ClubHotel Riu Tikda Palmeraie

Vincci Tenerife Golf (Tenerife)

Located on the beach next to Golf del Sur, the Vincci Tenerife Golf resort offers stunning panoramic views of the surrounding area. Just a short drive from the resort are the Amarilla Golf & Country Club and Golf Las Americas – all offering unique tests of golf. After a testing round of golf, there’s nowhere else you’d rather be than the hotel’s terrace enjoying a fusion of Canary Islands specialities and traditional favourites with a glass of wine.

Vincci Tenerife Golf

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