The splendour of Bordeaux to the glitz of Biarritz. And with five courses in Europe's Top 100, you're spoilt!
France has everything one could wish for and Bordeaux is the case in point.
Established by the Romans who found the natural river ports, wine and the perfect agricultural conditions to their liking, the area has prospered for over 2000 years. It retains all of its pomp and seamlessly shows off its renowned vineyards and countless chateaux. More recent additions include several good courses. It is now a serious golf destination.
Biarritz is a true golfing paradise. Add fine weather, great food and extensive nightlife to the equation and the result is a fantastic golf holiday.
Access is quick with plenty of flights in and around the resorts. Some clients drive down from the Channel ports and take an overnight stop to break the nine-hour drive with others preferring the overnight ferries to Bilbao or Santander. Once there, the resorts, courses and restaurants are all local so you'll be doing more driving on the course than on the roads.
The scenery is impressive with massive beaches, thick forests, the Atlantic Ocean and the Pyrenees. Apres-golf is lively with the locals loving a good party. And not only is it fun, it's classy: remarkable hotels and villas, casinos, smart shops, pleasure ports and well-preserved fishing villages.
Map of South-West France and nearby courses
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Lacanau is one of the best golf courses in the Bordeaux region and is set in a mature pine forest just a short distance from large sand dunes and beaches on the Atlantic coast. It is an internationally renowned golf course on the doorstep of the great wine region of Medoc.View South West France Golf Blue Green Seignosse
Seignosse is one of the best courses in France and is the best course in the South-west. It is one of the most memorable golf courses that you will ever play and is well worth a visit if you are anywhere near. The golf course was designed by the American architect Robert Van Hagge.View South West France Golf de Chiberta
Chiberta is arguably one of the best links golf courses in Europe. The course was designed by Tom Simpson and starts with a few gentle holes through the trees before heading out onto the coast for some great links holes and even better views.View South West France Golf de Moliets
Moliets is one of several courses in the region to be ranked in the European Top 100. It has a memorable layout set in the pine forests and along the coast giving a mix of woodland, parkland and links holes.View South West France Golf des Vigiers
Chateau des Vigiers is now 25 years old and still one of the finest Chateau-Golf-Resorts in France. Originally designed by Donald Steel, who's regarded as one of the best golf course architects in the world, the course is arranged as three 9-hole loops, offering 3 separate 18-hole combinations.View South West France Golf du Medoc Resort
Medoc is one of the best 36-hole golf resorts in France. The two golf courses have justifiably hosted European Tour events over the years and continue to attract visiting golfers to the region. Les Chateau course is a must for golfers who appreciate a tough challenge.View South West France