Book golf breaks in Spain and stay at the superb 4 star Iberostar Royal Andalus hotel in Nova Sancti Petri in Cadiz. A beautiful spot with 2 great golf courses, ripe for your next golf holiday in Spain.
Did you know that Barrosa beach is one of the most beautiful and sustainable in Spain? It’s no wonder this 5 km stretch of fine sand by the Atlantic has received so many awards, including the Ecoplaya (green beach) flag, the Q for tourism quality and the prized Blue Flag.
Iberostar Royal Andalus is a fantastic hotel for families with unbeatable access to Barrosa beach. It is one of the top 5 All Inclusive hotels in Spain and one of the top 10 in Europe according to TripAdvisor. Enjoy the family rooms and the children’s pool area with dragons and Viking boats. And if you’re looking for a moment’s peace and quiet, try out the adult pool or visit the Golf Club to take advantage of the 36-hole course designed by Severiano Ballesteros.
Free transfer to the golf course
There is a golf expert available at the hotel
We speak four languages: Spanish, English, German and French
Accessible for people with reduced mobility
Children of all ages welcome
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Golf holidays and golf breaks on Costa de la Luz golfing destinations of Huelva, Seville and Cadiz offer great Spanish golf courses, golf hotels and golf resorts. With a wide range of Costa de la Luz golf resorts such as 5-star options at El Rompido Golf, Barcelo Montecastillo (Jack Nicklaus Design) and Iberostar Novo
Great golf courses in the Costa De La Luz area include:
Integrated into a park landscape, here are three 9-hole loops with different possible combinations. Azul requires an accurate game and is suitable for moderate and low handicaps, Amarillo on the other hand is ideal for higher handicaps, although the first courses are not all that easy, Verde is the official 18-hole course during tournaments.
Situated in the province of Huelva, on the western side of Andalusia. El Rompido is the only golf course in the region with 36 holes (north course and south course) and no property developments surrounding it. Its two 18-hole courses, surrounded by pine and orange groves, cross the wetlands and open out onto the Atlantic Ocean with some spectacular views, giving those who play it a unique experience.
Costa Ballena Ocean Golf Club - Designed by José María Olazábal - All you ever wanted from golf and more!
A marvellous course studded with palm trees on the sunny Atlantic coast of southern Spain. It offers 27 Championship holes with sculpted fairways, studded with stately palm trees, and dotted with lakes and bunkers. The course is an intriguing layout on level terrain alongside wide Atlantic beaches. Players of any level are tested, but no matter one’s level, everybody will enjoy this superbly designed course and you will remember it fondly for many years.
Costa Ballena Ocean Golf Course is golf the way it should be as you walk down the palm studded fairways enjoying temperate weather year round.
The world-class course was designed by Jack Nicklaus and is an experience for both beginners and practised golfers. It offers interesting variations for long hitters but at the same demands a lot of precision. Water obstacles and bunkers surround neat greens. In 1994 and 1996 this course was site of the Tour Espana Masters and from 1997 - 2001 the Volvo Masters took place here.
Sherry Golf Jerez was designed by Stirling & Martin and has nice fairways and large greens. This course with its different tee-off possibilities poses a challenge to golfers of all handicaps. The 1.800 sq. m large club house with Andalusian ambience offers furthermore every comfort, a golfer could need after a round at Sherry Golf.
Already since 1964 this course by Robert Trent Jones ranks among Europe's Top Ten. The lush vegetation of eucalyptus trees, palm trees and cork oaks almost cause the golfing to fade into the background. But the possible combinations of the courses are as varied as the flora and fauna.
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