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Spain Golf Flavours2017-11-24T18:34:26+00:00

Project Description

Enjoy a full golf itinerary enjoying the main flavours of Spain. This tour will take you to the two most important cities of the country, Madrid and Barcelone, and to the most popular golf destination in Europe, Costa del Sol. 

Accomodation

Claris Hotel 5* – Gran Meliá Fénix 5* – Finca Cortesín 5*

Claris Hotel 5*

Hotel Claris is a five-star Grand Luxe hotel located in Barcelona’s central Eixample neighborhood, just steps away from Passeig de Gràcia, a street that boasts the city’s most famous shops. Its enviable location puts the city’s biggest tourist attractions within guests’ reach, including the works of famous Modernist architect Antoni Gaudí.

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.

Finca Cortesín Resort 5*

This impressive resort is located in one of the most peaceful and upcoming areas of the Mediterranean coast in the municipality of the picturesque village of Casares.The hotel’s fresh but grand design is inspired by traditional Andalusian architecture and gives every area a big, bright and luxuriously spacious feel that is so rare in Europe.

Golf Courses

PGA de Cataluña – Golf Santander – La Moraleja No.3 – San Roque Old Course – Finca Cortesín

Barcelona

PGA de Cataluña

After achieving top place in 2012 in the prestigious ranking by www.top100golfcourses.co.uk, in 2013 the Stadium course at the PGA Cataluña Resort maintains its position as one the best golf courses in Spain. The PGA de Cataluña hosts the European Tour trials and is one of the youngest courses in the Tour. It has also hosted the Sarazen World Open Championship.

Madrid

Golf Santander

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.

Marbella – Costa del Sol

San Roque Old Course

Designed by Dave Thomas the Old Course along with Valderrama and Real Club de Sotogrande became known as the golden triangle of golf. In 1997, during the Ryder Cup held in neighbouring Valderrama, San Roque hosted both the European and American teams and their families and to this day the plaques with the players´ names remain by the door to the suites they occupied.

Finca Cortesín

Measuring 6.802 metres from the back tees, and with more than 100 bunkers, Finca Cortesin is ranked as being one of Spain’s best golf courses by the prestigious Golf Digest Magazine. Finca Cortesin has been host of the Volvo World Match Play Championship for 3 years, one of the world’s most prestigious golf tournaments at a professional level.

Itinerary

Enjoy a full golf & culture program

Day 1: Barcelona

  • Arrive in Barcelona.
  • Private transfer to your hotel in the city, the Claris Hotel.
  • 2-hour introductory tour of Barcelona
  • Welcome Dinner

Day 2: PGA de Catalunya

  • Golf at PGA de Catalunya
  • Non golfers: Visit to Girona
  • Afternoon wine tasting experience

Day 3: Barcelona

  • Morning tour of Barcelona
  • Afternoon leisure time

Day 4: Madrid

  • Private transfer to board your high- speed train (AVE) to Madrid.
  • Private transfer to your hotel Gran Melia Fénix
  • Afternoon tour of Madrid.

Day 5: Golf Santander

  • Golf at Golf Santander
  • Afternoon Jim McLean Golf School Clinic
  • Non golfers: Visit to Segovia

Day 6: La Moraleja No. 3

  • Golf at La Moraleja No. 3
  • Non golfers: Visit to Monasterio del Escorial
  • Afternoon private visit to Prado Museum

Day 7: Arrive to Marbella

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  • Private transfer to board your high- speed train (AVE) to Málaga.
  • Private transfer to your hotel in Marbella, Finca Cortesín
  • Afternoon leisure time

Day 8: San Roque Old Course

  • Golf at San Roque Old Course
  • Non golfers: Olive oil tasting

Day 9: Finca Cortesín

  • Golf at Finca Cortesín
  • Farewell Dinner

Day 10: Depart from Málaga

  • Private transfer to the airport for your flight back home.

Details and pricing

Inclusions:

  • 9 nights’ accommodation with breakfast included
    ◦ 3 nights 5-star Claris Hotel, Barcelona
    ◦ 3 nights 5-star Gran Melìa Fénix, Madrid
    ◦ 3 nights 5-star Finca Cortesín Hotel, Marbella
  • 5 green-fees + golf cart
    ◦ Barcelona: PGA de Cataluña – Stadium Course
    ◦ Madrid: Golf Santander, La Moraleja Golf No.3
    ◦ Sotogrande: Valderrama GC, Finca Cortesín
  • Escorting English-speaking guide throughout the trip
  • All visits (and tickets) with professional guides.
  • Barcelona – Madrid AVE High-speed train tickets
    Madrid – Málaga AVE High-speed train tickets
  • All breakfasts + 1 Lunch + 2 Dinners
  • All transportation by luxury private vehicle
  • Meet and greet service
  • Welcome and farewell dinner

Not included:

• Airline tickets• Travel and medical insurance• Tips or gratuities• Other meals than mentioned

Non golfers activities:

  • Sightseeing tours:
    Girona
    The so-called “City of the Four Rivers”, shows us a historic centre dominated by medieval buildings and reminders of Romans, Arabs and Jews. Inside the walled enclosure of “La Força Vella” you can find the culminating works of its historical destiny.

    Segovia
    The old quarter of which, along with its Roman aqueduct, are World Heritage Sites, lies on high ground between the Eresma and
    Clamores Rivers. In addition to its famous aqueduct, numerous Romanesque churches, the Cathedral and Fortress go to form this magnificent landscape that presides over this part of Castile.

    Madrid.dia 3. escorialEl Escorial
    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.

  • Introduction + guided visit + tasting Olive Oil

    Enjoy an introduction to the exciting world of oil, learn how to operate a mill from within, get a full explanation of the manufacturing process, and visit an old stone mill restored. We end our visit with an oil-tasting of our Extra Virgin Olive Oil in different varieties.

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Madrid, Barcelona: Our Tours

Barcelona

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2-hour introductory tour of Barcelona: The world-famous Sagrada Familia church and the stunning Park Güell are a couple of examples of how Antonio Gaudi decorated the city in his spectacular fashion. But Barcelona is not only about art; it also offers sun-baked beaches and a seductive gastronomic offer.

Morning tour of Barcelona, contemplate Gaudi’s architecture. A stroll around Barcelona is like looking at the city through Gaudí’s eyes, because you will find emblematic
works by him in key spots. The original fireplaces of Casa Milà House, the colours of the façade at Casa Batlló House, the elegant Güell Palace, Casa Calvet House,
Casa Vicens House…

Madrid

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Afternoon tour of Madrid: Estimated stroll in the Habsburg `s Madrid: The Madrid of the 16th and 17th centuries including the stories, anecdotes, sites, buildings, etc.. Plaza de Oriente, Calle Bailen, Calle Mayor, Plaza and Casa de la Villa, Casa de Cisneros, Lujanes Tower, Elbow Street, Convent of Carboneras, San Miguel Market, Plaza Mayor, etc..