Barcelona Golf Holidays

“Benidorm, land of light and fun. I want people to know that if I ever get lost, they should look for me in Benidorm”. Pablo González. Benidorm is beaches; Levante, Poniente and Mal Pas with all the services provided by the city that lies behind them. It only occurs somewhere like Río de Janeiro, Miami Beach or Mar del Plata, but with the attraction of Las Vegas. A unique cocktail of sensations and fun for all holidaymakers; that’s why it impresses and satisfies tourists. Benidorm is a leisure and holiday town located on the southern Spain, 41 km. (25 miles) from Alicante on the Costa Blanca coast. Benidorm is Costa Blanca’s major tourist resort with the capacity to cope adequately with over 500,000 tourists over the peak-season period.

Villaitana Restort is by far the best resort for golf. Its a huge hotel with 36 holes onsite – the perfect getaway for any golfer. Not only is there Villaitana but there is also Las Rejan which is also a fantastic course. There are more golf courses surrounding Benidorm so you can stay at Villaitana and travel out anyday, or, stay in central Benidorm where all the nightlife is and travel with out quality buses and coaches dedicated to golfers.

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August is the hottest month in Barcelona with an average temperature of 24°C (74°F) and the coldest is January at 10°C (49°F) with the most daily sunshine hours at 10 in July. The wettest month is October with an average of 87mm of rainThe best month to swim in the sea is in August when the average sea temperature is 26°C(79°F).

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Barcelona has some of the most unique and inspiring architecture in the world, so a tour of the city’s parks, museums and churches is a must. Grab lunch at the bustling Boqueria Market then kick back and relax on the shores of La Barceloneta Beach with a cool cerveza (beer) in hand, all the while enjoying a picturesque view of the Mediterranean. Known for its Vibrant nightlife in Las Ramblas or the Gothic Quarter. And if you’re a fútbol fan, you can’t leave Barcelona without a visit to FC Barcelona’s headquarters, Camp Nou Stadium.