All Inclusive Golf Breaks in Spain.
All inclusive golf breaks in Spain with great food in beautiful locations.
Golf & Spa Resorts in Spain.
Relax and unwind in a luxurious Spanish spa with great golf facilities.
- Finca Cortesin, Costa del Sol West Golf Holidays
- Sotogrande Old, Costa del Sol West Golf Holidays
- La Finca, Costa Blanca Golf Holidays
- Nova Santa Ponsa, Mallorca Golf Holidays
- Son Gual, Mallorca Golf Holidays
- Canyamel, Mallorca Golf Holidays
- Valderrama, Costa del Sol West Golf Holidays
- San Roque Old, Costa del Sol West Golf Holidays
- PGA Catalunya Stadium, Costa Brava Golf Holidays
- Alcanada, Mallorca Golf Holidays
- Alcadeisa Links, South-west Coast Golf Holidays
- Sanlucar, South-west Coast Golf Holidays
- Emporda Links, Costa Brava Golf Holidays
- Las Brisas, Costa del Sol East Golf Holidays
- Aloha, Costa del Sol East Golf Holidays
- Zagaleta, Costa del Sol East Golf Holidays
Golf Accommodation and Hotels
AC Cuzco4 star
AC Hotel Cuzco is centrally located on Paseo de la Castellana, close to Madrid's Palacio de Congresos and to the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium. This signature AC Hotel features 319 fully equipped rooms and a fitness center, as well as a free Wi-Fi Internet connection throughout the hotel's sleek common …
AC Rivas Vaciamadrid4 star
The AC Hotel Rivas Vaciamadrid is a modern and functional hotel is located in the most modern commercial complex in the city and has easy access to the A-3. It also has good access to entertainment venues.
AC Arganda4 star
The AC Hotel Arganda is located in the Arganda del Rey business area, near the A-3 motorway, providing easy access to public transport such as the underground network and buses for fast access to the centre of Madrid. Our modern hotel has 84 bedrooms fully equipped with the latest technology …
AC Palacio del Retiro5 star
A gorgeous hotel boutique hotel located in front of the famous Retiro Park and close to the Paseo de Recoletos. This is perhaps the best hotel located within the “golden triangle” of the Thyssen, Prado and Reina Sofia museums. The building is protected by the National Heritage Authority and was …
AC Santo Mauro4 star
The former residence of the Duke of Santo Mauro, this 51 bedroom hotel is located right in the centre of Madrid, just off the Paseo de la Castellana. With more than a touch of class, the old library is now a restaurant, and the former dance halls have been converted into meeting rooms. Gorgeous.
The current 18-hole golf course, with almost 6,000 meters, is situated on the grounds of a beautiful farm with oak trees, holm oaks and native vegetation. The course is technically demanding with a gentle undulating terrain, some challenges to golfers of all levels.
Madrid's Royal Palace – El Palacio Real is Madrid's largest building and possibly it’s most beautiful. It is located next to the equally beautiful Plaza de Oriente square and is in fact the largest royal palace in Western Europe. It was built on the site of the old Alcázar, the Moorish castle destroyed by fire in 1734, but the site has been occupied since the 10th-Century by the Moors. The old city walls around this area may still be seen.
La Puerta del Sol - This is Madrid's most famous and most central square. Originally it was the site of one of the city's gates, which faced the east and was adorned with an image of the sun, hence the square's name. Since this is now Madrid's most central location, it is an excellent area to in which to stay.
Madrid Cathedral - The principle church of the Diocese of Madrid, the Catedral de Santa María la Real de la Almudena, is a relatively modern building and was finished in 1993, some 110 years after it was started. Consecrated by Pope John Paul II, it remains the only Spanish cathedral to have been consecrated by a Pope.
Royal Botanical Garden - Commissioned by Charles (Carlos) III in the late 18th-Century, the Royal Botanical Garden (Real Jardín Botánico) provides a lovely green respite in the middle of the vibrant capital.
Located on the Paseo del Prado near a number of the city's popular attractions - including the Prado Museum - the garden is easy to find and provides visitors a chance to get out in the fresh air after hours spent exploring Spanish art and other ancient artifacts. Recent statistics cite a total of about 30,000 plants and flowers and 1,500 trees.
Madrid’s Metro -
Madrid’s metro is something of a rarity in that it proves a more efficient, quicker and cheaper service than the buses. Purchasing a 10-ride Metrobus ticket saves money and works across the metro network - which runs from 6:30am to 1:30am - as well as the bus/night bus network. Within the city, taking a taxi is generally fairly cheap and painless, especially compared to other European cities, and if the night buses are crowded or too few and far between then a taxi can be a viable option for getting home.
Faro de Moncloa - This radio and communications tower, at 92m (302ft), provides one of the best views of the whole of the city and the sierras in the distance. Diagrams along the floor point out highlights of the city, though with age they're becoming increasingly difficult to decipher. The best bit, though, is the stomach-lurching ride up in the glass lift.
Museo De Los Origenes - Dedicated to the city's patron saint (the well-digger and labourer San Isidro) this museum sits on the spot where he supposedly lived and performed one of his most famous miracles: when his son, Illán, fell into a well, Isidro made the water rise and thus was able to rescue the unfortunate lad. This is, then, a museum that deals in legends as much as in solid artefacts. More interesting are the finds from local archaeological digs
Centro Cultural del Vino - Any budding wine lover may wish to pay a visit to the Torres Bodega's Centro Cultural del Vino, which offers professional wine classes covering everything from soil types to food pairing, over the course of two nights.