Golf & Wine Tour
Wine, Golf and not to be missed
A unique tour for the discerning wine lover. You’ll visit some of the world’s best wineries, discover iconic landmarks, castles, churches… and play great golf!
Claris Hotel 5*, Gran Meliá Fénix 5*, Abadia Retuerta LeDomaine 5*, Parador de Lerma 4*
Gran Meliá Fénix 5* Hotel
With an exceptional location on the well-known Plaza de Colón, the Hotel Gran Meliá Fénix is a leader in the city’s finest accommodations, member of the exclusive group The Leading Hotels of the World, and with the famous DRY Cosmopolitan Bar by Javier de las Muelas, the highest expression of luxury and service accompanied by tradicional Spanish charm.
Abadia Retuerta LeDomain 5*
The Estate Abadía Retuerta LeDomaine is set like a jewel among the string of exclusive wine estates found along the Duero river. If the heart of the estate is the winery, its soul is the ancient 12th-century abbey, a beloved and carefully restored Spanish cultural heritage site. The hotel that has now emerged from within the cloistered Romanesque-Baroque monastery walls is a refined 5-star setting where guests will enjoy privacy of the priviledged, the lap of luxury and the heart of the history.
Parador de Lerma 4*
The amazing ducal palace at Lerma, now a Parador, is located in the upper part of the city. The hotel features a central courtyard surrounded by lovely columned galleries. The elegant majesty of this palace from the era of the Hapsburgs and its lovely interiors, with beautifully designed lighting and décor, will make your stay an unforgettable experience. At night, the lights of the Parador make it look even more magnificent and stately.
Golf Santander, La Moraleja No.3, El Encín Golf, Lerma Golf Course, Las Rioja Alta Golf Club
Located in Grupo Santander City, in Boadilla del Monte (Madrid) is Golf Santander, a par-72 course designed by the famous American architect Rees Jones. Is one of Spain’s best golf courses. From the black tees, or the last tee-off point, the 6,855 metres distance of the Golf Santander course makes it the longest in Spain and one of the longest in Europe.
La Moraleja No. 3
This course bears the Jack Nicklaus signature. The designer has transformed a terrain that was originally flat by introducing small hills at different points, more or less pronounced, in order to achieve a course with multiple play options at almost all the holes.It is configured as a long, classical, parkland-type course; a good challenge for hosting important tournaments, but also very pleasant for any amateur to play.
El Encin Golf
The South Course is a different type of course in that it offers broad, rolling fairways, large greens, and an infinite number of pin positions. It’s an exciting course to play and will not leave you indifferent; in short, it bears the distinctive hallmark of Von Hagge, Smelek & Baril. In 2011 it hosted a European Tour event, the Bankia Madrid Masters, as well as some Challenge Tour events.
Lerma Golf Course
Constructed in 1992 on a former 220-hectare hunting estate called La Andaya, over its 18 holes the the Lerma golf course combines the splendid simplicity of Castilian nature with the entertaining complexity of the golf game. It is a landscape of spacious, luminous horizons, moderate terrain, and abundant vegetation. It is easily walked and requires maximum concentration on its generous greens.
Rioja Alta Golf Club
Located in the heart of the Rioja Alta, just 5 km from Santo Domingo de la Calzada. Designed by Enrique Saenger, the course is arranged around a vast area of leafy forests, with century-old oak trees and four majestic lakes forming part of a specially protected nature reserve in its interior. The 18-hole par-72 course has a total length of 6,461 metres from the white tees and 101 strategically-positioned bunkers.
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Not included:• Airline tickets• Travel and medical insurance• Tips or gratuities• Other meals than mentioned
Non golfers activities
Monasterio del Escorial, was the first example of the architectural style which came to be known as Herrerian after its creator, Juan de Herrera. It holds the designation of Madrid.dia 3. escorialWorld Heritage site. Philip II used this Royal Site for his family pantheon. Construction work began in 1563 under Juan de Toledo, and on his death was continued by Juan de Herrera, who completed the building in 1584.
This impressive provincil capital, situated in the Pilgrim’s Road to Santiago de Compostela,, is dotted with fine monuments and churches, the most famous of which is the magnificent cathedral, declared World Heritage, its lofty Gothic spires dominate the city’s skyline.
Santo Domingo de la Calzada
The historical town, an important staging post on the Way of St James, was founded in the 11C and owes its name to a hermit, Dominic, who built a bridge to help pilgrims on their way to Santiago de Compostela, a causeway to Burgos, ahospice and a hospital.