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Golf holidays - Jerez & Cadiz
Golf holidays in Jerez & Cadiz have a feel of real Andalucian golfing about them. Both Jerez & Cadiz are genuine Spanish cities with lives and industries of their own that started long before the onset (onslaught some might say) of golf holidays in Spain.
Golf Holidays in Jerez
Jerez is a small city, designed for strolling, that is known the world over as the producer of everybody's auntie's favourite tipple - sherry. Seemingly every street has a bodega where you can try a crisp, ice-cold fino, just the thing before dinner after a warm day on the golf course. Or a rounded Amontillado if you prefer a fruitier taste, or the full-bodied Oloroso (maybe with dessert). Whatever your taste you will be hard pressed to avoid a glass of sherry in Jerez!
Golf Holidays in Arcos de la Frontera
Arcos de le Frontera could not be more Spanish if it wanted to be. A cluster of white houses clinging to a cliff in the middle of the Andalucian: how it got here nobody knows!. As a base for a golf holiday Arcos de la Frontera is probably one for the purists as you will need to speak at least Spanish to get by, if not the local dialect! The nearby golf resort of Arcos Gardens is a much sofetr option and you will easily be able to head into Arcos de la Frontera for dinner or drinks and to flex your Spanish tongue.
Golf Holidays in Cadiz
Cadiz down on the coast is a larger, busier city that has a busy trading port with all of the associated hustle and bustle. Unless you particularly want to stay in Cadiz on your golf holiday we would rather recommend Jerez as it is smaller and closer to the pick of the golf courses.
However if you would like a Cadiz golf holiday, please let us know and we shall be happy to make all the arrangements for you.
Golf Holidays in Costa Ballena
Costa Ballena is a recent seaside development where once there was nothing but sand and sea. It is now a sprawling resort of new houses, villas hotels and 27 golf holes. A Summer retreat for tourists, second-homers and to a lesser extent residents of Jerez, Cadiz and Seville. Not very Spanish, but plenty of facilities on tap.
Getting to Jerez & Cadiz
Flights from the UK arrive at both Seville and Jerez airports. The most economic route is without a doubt the Ryanair flights from Stansted into Jerez. If you are at all flexible with your dates then some great bargains are to be found.
Once in Spain we shall arrange for a hire-car to be ready and waiting at the airport, or alternatively, should you just wish to stay at the resort for the duration of your trip then we could always arrange for you to be met and taken to Montecastillo, Arcos Gardens or Costa Ballena for your golfing break.
5 nights at 5-star Montecastillo with 5 days of unlimited golf -
4 nights for four people in a Townhouse at Arcos Gardens with 2 rounds at Arcos Gardens, 1 at Montecastillo and 1 at Costa Ballena, plus a hire-car between four -