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What is semi all-inclusive and why is it perfect for golfers?

All the convenience, at the time when you need it most! Enjoy semi all-inclusive value on your next golf holiday to Spain and Portugal.

Tom Clayton
Tom Clayton
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Semi all-inclusiveSpainPortugalEuropeGolf & beach

We love all-inclusive packages here at Golfbreaks. They’re immensely popular with our customers and take the stress out of finding bars and restaurants for the evening after a day on the course. However, with golfers generally away from the hotel for large parts of the day, many of our resorts have begun to craft the ideal offering for our clients – introducing semi all-inclusive!

What is semi all-inclusive?

Semi all-inclusive packages generally provide you with both breakfast and dinner, as well as evening drinks between a set time-frame; usually in the region of 5pm-midnight, although it will vary from hotel to hotel.

As a result, golfers are able to load up in the morning before their round, perhaps grabbing a sandwich at the course, before heading back to the hotel in the evening where a delicious meal will be waiting. Why pay for a break that includes lunch if you’re going to be out on the course each day?

The drinks included will typically include local beers and spirits, house wines, soft drinks, as well as tea & coffee, although some of our venues will also include cocktails too. So, if you’re looking to maximise the value from your break, but still want the convenience of having everything you need included within your golf holiday, why not check out some of our favourite semi all-inclusive destinations for your next trip below!

Popular semi all-inclusive golf resorts

Precise Resort El Rompido

NAU Morgado Golf & Country Club

Barcelo Montecastillo Golf

Sao Rafael Atlantic Hotel

DoubleTree by Hilton La Torre Golf

Hotel Isla Canela Golf

The two layouts offer different experiences, with the tree-lined parkland nature of the Old Course contrasting nicely against the more open nature of the links. Guests enjoy free shuttles to the Valle Guadiana links from the hotel, allowing golfers to mix rounds between the two courses as they please.

Hotel Barcelo Costa Ballena Golf & Spa

Elba Costa Ballena Hotel

If you’re looking to spend a day or two off the course, be sure to take a trip into one of the local towns of either Rota or Jerez to give you a true local experience from the region.

Feeling inspired?
Your first semi all-inclusive golf holiday is just a few clicks away with Golfbreaks. Spend the day playing golf and continue the memories with a drink at the resort.


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Tom Clayton

Head of European Sales

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