Brittany has been a favourite with British and Irish visitors for many years. Like Cornwall but much bigger and, whilst easy to get to, definitely somewhere other-worldly.
Better known for campsites, family holidays, crêpes and cider – Brittany welcomes the golfer with a sumptuous menu of courses in some wonderful settings.
With hundreds of miles of coastline steeped in the history of D-Day and William the Conqueror, the world famous Bayeux Tapestry and Monet’s Gardens at Giverny, Normandy has long been a favourite destination for British visitors. The golf’s rather special too…
With hundreds of miles of coastline steeped in the history of D-Day and William the Conqueror, the world famous Bayeux Tapestry and Monet Gardens in Giverny, Normandy has long been a favourite destination for British visitors. The golf’s rather special too…
Atlantic Loire Valley
Just over the borders of Brittany and Normandy, this is a rich and fertile land with the mighty River Loire and its tributaries flowing towards the ocean. The area is famed for its historic châteaux and the landscape is dotted with charming market towns and villages, fields of sunflowers and vineyards.
South West France
There’s a choice of fine courses that wind through the pine forests bordering the ocean, or some beautiful châteaux where the fairways are as elegant as the manor houses they surround.
Close to Calais, the beautiful Opal Coast is where you’ll find some wonderful golf including dune-backed links and tree-lined courses at resorts like Hardelot, Le Touquest and Belle- Dune. Ideal for a short break.
Northern Spain or Costa Verde (Green Coast) is a simply stunning combination of lush mountain landscapes with white sand beaches; elegant mansions and avant-garde buildings; seafood and cider. And all infused with the un-mistakeable echo of its seafaring past.