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Golf in Mallorca

Mallorca is full of first-class golf courses, some designed by real masters of the game. The mild year-round weather is perfect for golf.

There are over 20 golf courses on the island of Mallorca and the diversity of the island's landscape mean there is a real wealth in the range of courses here.

Moreover, as well as providing all the modern golfing facilities you'd require, the Mallorca golf courses have been developed with the utmost respect for the environment and have been built to specific regulations that apply to the quality guarantee of top international courses.

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Which resort to choose in Mallorca There's a wealth of beautiful places to stay on Majorca; fun in the sun, family friendly or stylishly upmarket -...Read more
The relatively small island of Mallorca has beaches that dreams are made of; expanses of pure white sand, crystal clear azure sea, intimate coves...Read more
Hopefully we’ll help to give you a flavour of what’s possible, some basic information about the things you can see and a taster for how you can spend...Read more
Overlooking the harbour, it lies in the oldest part of the city and is dedicated to San Sebastian, Palma's patron saint. The son of Jaume I of Aragon...Read more
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Led by professional guides, who are experts in their field, these guides are a must for those wanting to learn more about the history of Palma. The...Read more
Like most City Tour buses, you can hop on and off the bus at any point, and tickets are valid for a 24 hour period. The total journey time for the...Read more
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Live Music Bars and Clubs Where's the best place to watch live music? Yep, in a bar or small intimate club that's packed to the rafters, has a rockin...Read more
But the other side of Mallorca, the winter, is an absolute tonic for the independent traveller as the climate makes it ideal for touring, sporting...Read more
Majorca has a rich heritage, fabulous local products, great fiestas and a wealth of history. Catalan We explain a little about the dialect spoken by...Read more
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You can’t sightsee in Majorca without including the Caves of Drach on your list. Spread over 2000 metres is a natural wonder full of spectacular...Read more
Take yourself off to the train station in Palma and enjoy a day trip on the narrow gauge railway. It’s great fun for the family, any train enthusiast...Read more
If you want some SPLASHtastic fun or just a cool down in the heat of summer then Water Parks are a great day. Enjoyed by all ages, and great for...Read more
Excellent water park located in beautiful gardens near Arenal resort. Plenty of buses go to here from the centre of Palma and from Arenal itself. The...Read more
Just across the road from Aqualand, this water park has the highest slide on Majorca, The Beast, plus regular shows are perfomed throughout the day...Read more
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There are over 20 golf courses on the island of Mallorca and the diversity of the island's landscape mean there is a real wealth in the range of...Read more
Easily one of the island's most spectacular courses, designed by David Kidd of the legendary Gleneagles, Scotland. In creating Andratx Golf, many of...Read more
Located just west of Mallorca's capital Palma, the Bendinat Royal Golf Course has been open since 1986 and has an idyllic setting in a wooded valley...Read more
Opened in 2006, this course was developed by the same owner of the Pula Golf in Mallorca's North, along with German golf architect Dieter Cabis. The...Read more
Arguably the best known course on Mallorca, located near the Magluf water parks, Poniente is diverse and challenging course. Whilst the front nine...Read more
The design of the course is signed by the renowned NICKLAUS DESIGN company. In the world of golf, Jack Nicklaus is synonymous with success. With...Read more
Without question the focal point of Mallorca's golfing industry, Santa Ponsa incorporates 3 courses set in majestic surroundings and supports a whole...Read more
Son Antem is actually made up of two courses, East for beginnersand intermediate players and the championship standard West course. Situated on a...Read more
Son Gual opened in October 2007 ending decade long plans for this particular design of golf course. It is situated near the village of Sant Jordi in...Read more
Located in the Arabella Resort, another hotbed of Golf on the island with 3 courses, Son Muntaner is a tougher and longer course than its neighbours...Read more
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