Spring breaks in marvellous Murcia
Package deals at sun-kissed Spanish region for less than £200
The sun might be starting to show its face on our little island, but if you’re looking for warm-weather golf this spring it’s probably a good idea to get the suitcase out and take advantage of some fantastic golf breaks to Murcia.
The south-east Spanish region not only boasts 300 days of sunshine a year but plays host to a plethora of first-class courses, most notably the five-star La Manga Club resort.
Pencilled down as venue for the 2015 Solheim Cup clash between Europe and America’s finest lady golfers, La Manga has teamed up with Your Golf Travel.com to give golfers the chance to sample the scenic course for just £188.
Valid from April 1 to July 21, the package is based on eight golfers sharing twin rooms in the fully serviced Las Lomas Village villas and apartments on a bed and breakfast basis. And most importantly, the deal includes golf at La Manga Club’s South, North and West courses.
But those of you who can’t wait until then needn’t worry as you can tee up on the three stunning Jack Nicklaus courses down the road at La Torre Golf Resort with a three-night stay available from just £175 per person between March 1 and May 14.
The self-catering break includes a three-round pass to play at a choice of La Torre Golf, Hacienda Riquelme or El Valle with four people sharing a two-bedroom apartment near the resort centre.
And it doesn’t stop there since Golf Escapes is offering golfers a three-night self-catering break, based on four sharing a two-bedroom apartment, with two rounds at Roda Golf & Beach Resort and one at La Serena for just £209 per person until the end of June.
For more information visit www.yourgolftravel.com, www.golfbreaks.com and www.golf-escapes.com
Click here to read the GM review of La Torre, Hacienda Riquelme and El Valle.
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What great timing for this article as I am off to play these courses at the end of the month. Just wondering though, if handicap certificates are needed and how strict is the dress code
Posted: 03/03/2012 at 10:53