Golf holidays with the gods! Golfing in Greece & Cyprus means Mediterranean climate, countless beaches, deep blue sea, cozy coves, impressive art and cultural assets such as the Acropolis, traditions such as the Sirtaki and last but not least the Greek hospitality.
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The 18-hole The Crete Golf Club (2003) on Crete Island is a golf course of international standards and the only 18-holes golf course one on the island. The mountainous course has been built in an exciting desert style layout and each hole has been individually sculptured to blend into the existing typical landscape of Crete. It offers an unrivalled view of the Lasithi Mountains.
As the first rays of the rising sun strike the shore of porto elounda GOLF & SPA RESORT, the light shades of green start to clear and the porto elounda golf course appears as if it has just risen from the depths of the sea. An overwhelming vision every morning….
A Golfer’s Paradise. With stunning views of the Mediterranean and its exquisite setting among natural vegetation, Aphrodite Hills Golf is paradise for the golfing enthusiast, be it an advanced or intermediate player. A game of golf here is a journey that begins with enthusiasm and ends in immense satisfaction.
The course enjoys a historical location, situated in the grounds of a twelfth-century monastery, from which the resort took its name. Its tranquil setting and mesmerizing mountain views provide the perfect backdrop for a challenging game with its fairways swathing through mature trees and water features. At an altitude of 550m above sea level, it’s a course for all seasons, enjoying cool breezes even during the summer.
Costa Navarino - Messinia, West Greece
The Bay Course ist ein Robert Trent Jones Jr. Platz. Der Platz befindet sich nur wenige Schritte von den Hotelanlagen entfernt. Er ist eingebettet in eine hügelige Landschaft mit Olivenhainen. Einige Fairways verlaufen unmittelbar am Meer
Pylos, West Greece
Costa Navarino is located in the Greek region of Messinia in the southwest Peloponnese.