Seek a world-class golf adventure across Europe’s magnificent vast landscapes
One of the most historic and culturally diverse continents globally, Europe is where the game of golf began and has expanded into a multi-million-pound industry. It is unsurprising to learn that it doesn’t get better than Europe for a golf holiday, especially when you’ve got an outstanding choice of legendary golfing nations each with its own unique character and feel.
Why book a golf holiday in Europe?
- Play at previous European Tour venues
- Explore the continent's diverse culture
- Stay at world-famous resorts & hotels for great value
- Enjoy exciting off-course activities and explore local culture
A continent packed with great golf
Renowned worldwide for its fantastic array of outstanding championship courses, Europe is home to some true greats in the world of course design and is widely recognised as the globe’s historic golfing heartlands.
When we’re asked “What are the best golf courses in Europe?” it is often a difficult one to answer as the number of tremendous courses on offer, in completely different design styles, make it almost impossible to rank.
However, what we can tell you comfortably is that you will discover some of the world’s best quality courses in Europe and with its dynamic course designs, golfers will find something which will bring them back year after year.
Europe has so much to offer
A diverse region packed with some of the world’s most prestigious golf courses, hotels and resorts, all of which are close to home, a golf holiday to Europe means quality and convenience.
France, Spain, Portugal, Italy and Turkey remain our most popular countries, home to some of your favourite venues. From the bright and beautiful Sotogrande and sunny Marbella in Spain to the spectacular Algarve coast and Vilamoura resort in Portugal, the region is filled with areas of outstanding natural scenery.
Explore by map
Not sure where to play? Browse our map and to find your ideal destination in a continent of possibilities. We know you will be spoiled for choice. Remember our knowledgeable golf experts are ready to answer any questions.
A huge choice of accommodation
Here at Golfbreaks, we know how important it is that you find comfortable and convenient accommodation offering great value and even better quality.
Wherever you go in Europe, be assured that there is something for everyone and we will help you find your ideal accommodation. From luxury golf resorts and villas in the countryside to stylish beachfront apartments and budget-friendly city centre hotels, the choices are endless.
For those golfers looking to combine great golf with high-end accommodation, outstanding facilities and exclusive added values, then Spain offers an enormous selection of resorts. The luxurious Westin La Quinta Golf Resort & Spa Resort in Costa del Sol is the perfect choice for those wanting the tranquillity of a five-star destination but also the option of venturing out to the nearby lively hub of Puerto Banus. Located just outside Huelva on Spain’s southern coast, the five-star El Rompido Golf & Spa Resort enjoys a special coastal landscape. Crowned as Europe’s leading sports resort, La Manga is a must for your Murcia Golf holiday.
A world of experiences
With it arguably being home to the world’s finest food and wines, stunning cities and diverse cultures, it’s no surprise our golfers fall in love with Europe.
It’s a region that is known for its spectacular scenery and rich history and there is plenty to keep you entertained off the course. Wherever you’re staying, test your taste buds on traditional cuisine, explore the lively nightlife, relax, or go sightseeing.
From the pristine beaches, volcanoes and delicious Mediterranean cuisine of the Algarve, to the unique history and thriving cultural scene of Lisbon, there is something for everyone.
With the exception of Italy, no country in the world can compete with France for history, culture and gastronomy combined with unmatched golf. Michelin-starred restaurants, world-renowned wines, a plethora of art galleries, charming cafes, majestic castles: they are all part of a holiday in France.