• France
Book
 
Book

Golf breaks in France

Cradled between the Mediterranean sea and the Atlantic Ocean, France is an ideal tourist destination for playing golf. France houses magnificent golf courses, staggering nature, some of it bumpy in relief, covered in forests in which groves, copses, streams, rivers and lakes mingle. France is not lacking in charm and its regions are as rich as they are different.

Nestled in green parks, take advantage of the gentle and sunny climate of some towns and regions of southern France to indulge in golfing. Each golf course suggested by Open Golf Club provides a unique panorama with each golf course more majestic than the one before. Do go and discover these exceptional golf courses for the space of a stay or a golfing weekend in France. Finally, to make your golfing holiday in France perfect, we suggest that you stay in one of our attractive privately-run hotels situated in the most beautiful destinations France has to offer.

Golf courses in France

Open Golf Club offers you several golf destinations: Provence and its majestic landscapes between sea and mountain, like the Golf of Opio Valbonne, nestled at the heart of a splendid naturel estate, the Golf de Barbaroux, one of Europe's most prestigious golfs or again the Golf de la Sainte Baume of international repute. For picturesque landscapes, see you in Alsace, to discover Alsace Golf Links, Wantzenau Golf, Golf de Lalargue or again Golf des Bouleaux.

For the space of a golfing weekend in Paris, Open Golf Club also offers you the possibility of combining golf with the discovery of some of the capital's prestigious attractions such as the Golf National or the Golf des Yvelines located just a few cables' length away from Château de Versailles or Rambouillet forest. Open Golf Club equally invites you to go and discover the most beautiful golf courses of the Côte d'Opale, like the Golf du Touquet or the Golf d'Hardelot, as well as those of the Côte Basque like the Golf de Moliets, the Golf de Biarritz or again the Golf d'Arcangues.