The island offers a wide range of golf resorts in Mallorca and is on the map regarding a golfing holiday in Spain. However, it also has plenty to offer those looking for a relaxing holiday. As one of Spain's Balearic Islands, situated in the Mediterranean, direct flights are available from the United Kingdom and other European countries due to the international airport close to the capital city of Palma.
Golf courses in Mallorca are primarily among the best and perhaps most desirable in Europe. Coupled with several luxury golf hotels and a thriving nightlife, a golf holiday in Majorca is an exhilarating experience. This stunning island is stunningly beautiful away from the tourist spots, and it's fair to say there's something here for anyone.
Our recommendations of the best golf resorts for a Mallorca golf break are;
Consider a getaway in spring or autumn when you'll see approximately 10 hours of sunshine a day and savour temperatures of up to 24 in May and October to avoid the crowds and score a bargain. Spring: Enjoy warmer temperatures and dry weather between March and May, with temperatures ranging from 17c to 24c.
The weather is pretty consistent all year round for golf holidays. However, in the summer months between July and August, the island sees most of its yearly tourism and expects hotel prices to increase considerably.
Mallorca is the perfect all year round golfing destination. However, the two peak seasons are March – June and September – October. However, off-peak is rather appealing as there are bargains to be had and no trouble getting your desired tee-times!
Mallorca features as one of our Top 6 European Winter Destinations to Play Golf.
The quality of golf courses on the Island of Mallorca is incredibly high. Our top recommendation is the Robert Trent Jones gem Alcanada. Alcanada is easily one of the top two golf courses on the island and has been recognized repeatedly by plenty of different golf magazines as being among the best golf courses in Europe. Other fantastic courses include:
The island has various areas that are particularly popular for a golf break. For lavish nightlife, consider a stay in the Magalluf or Palma. Thanks to city planning and comprehensive redevelopment measures in the Old Town, the city of Palma has changed considerably. Today the so-called "Mediterranean Pearl" is more stunning than ever before, and in every corner, you can sense the Mediterranean charm that allures thousands of visitors. You can also book Majorca golf breaks all inclusive, ensuring you know what your holiday will cost before you leave.
Puerto Portals is one of the fashionable spots on the island is the spot to see and be seen, and you are more than likely to photograph a few famous faces during the summer. In addition, Puerto Portals is a popular gathering spot that comes alive at night – and not just for boat owners. Ritzi is at the esteemed harbour's most widely recognized late night spot.
For more tranquil settings, why not head north to the areas of Pollensa? The town was once a simple fishing port and is now an extremely desirable, family-friendly resort with plenty of intriguing twists to its origins.
Although most of the golf courses are concentrated to the Southwest of the Island, There is a place that will find its way into travelling golfers' hearts. We can also recommend a Tenerife golf break as an alternative to Mallorca.
Here are some of the best golf resorts in Mallorca:
GOLF BREAKS IN PALMA
Our knowledgeable and helpful team will walk you through the planning process. Having visited the area extensively, they can recommend several options for your golf break and tailor a holiday just for you. We will then seamlessly hand you over to a dedicated holiday manager who will take care of things right up until the first tee.
There is a wide range of accommodation options to suit most people's budget for a golf trip to Mallorca, However, do expect prices to be slightly more than you would expect to pay in mainland regions of Spain. The average green fee in Mallorca is circa €100.00 excluding buggies.
They're very few typical golf resorts on the Island, However, the resort of Son Vida which offers two five-star hotels and three championship courses is amongst one of the finest golf resorts in the world. Stay at the luxurious Castillo Hotel Son Vida or Sheraton Mallorca Arabella Golf Hotel. For those looking at a cheaper option then you can find excellent value in the resort of Be Live Son Antem with its two resort golf courses on-site.
They are all in the same place; the only distinction is that Mallorca is the Anglicised version of Mallorca, the Spanish pronunciation.
Palma or Son Sant Joan Airport.
May - July is the best time to play the courses.
Old Town Palma is popular with its selection of great Tapas Bars, Palma also has some great nightclubs too, the Billionaires paradise can be found in Puerto Portals with its extensive selection of trendy bars and restaurants and of course views across some of Europe’s biggest yachts, golfers love Palmanova a popular haunt for golfers and of course Magaluf with its selection of bars, restaurants, and array of nightclubs.
Gatwick, Luton, Birmingham, East Midlands, Manchester, Edinburgh & Glasgow The largest of Spain’s Balearic Islands, Mallorca is situated in the Mediterranean and has one of Europe’s most popular airports. Palma International airport is close to the city of Palma which is served by a majority of the UK’s airports, direct flights are approximately 2 hours 15 minutes. Many low-cost carriers operate to Palma at competitive prices.
Mallorca offers numerous day excursions, there are options to go catamaran sailing with snorkeling included, glass-bottom boat trips for dolphin watching, there are also quad bike tours. Cycling is hugely popular in Mallorca with some fantastic scenic routes, the Cathedral de Mallorca in Palma is worth every penny of its 8€ entry fee. The Serra de Tramuntana is a craggy limestone mountain range that spans the length of the Northwest coast of the island, with spectacular scenery second-to-none certainly worth investigating. Alcudia Old Town is definitely worth a visit too with its historical buildings and tapas bars and walks along the front to the stunning Alcudia beach.
There are 19 golf courses available to play to visiting golfers to the island.