Huge resort complexes have sprung up around the most popular courses and recent years have seen an increasing trend among foreign buyers to invest in property on or near a golf course in Spain.
Although the weather conditions allows you to play all year round, especially the southern parts of Spain becomes very hot during the summer. Low season for golf in these areas is therefore from mid July until mid September, in this period you can often get a good discount on green fees.
In high season all the courses are usually very busy, and it is advisable to book tee times some days in advance. If you are planning a golf holiday in Spain, the best would be to book tee times at your chosen golf courses at the same time as you book you holiday. If you are booking through a tour operator they will book the tee times for you, but make sure you have a confirmation.
If you are looking for Spanish golf breaks you are sure to find the perfect package which will ensure that you and your fellow golfers will have a great time on the green under the spanish sun. One of the reasons why spanish golf breaks are so popular is that they offer something for everyone, not just the keen golfer.