Diverse delights await you all the way to Portugal from Spain’s sun-kissed islands and coastlines. What will inspire you more: lively hotspots or the easy-going nature of the Balearic Islands? It’s time to find out.
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Flight from Germany to Palma de Mallorca
Transfer to embarkation point
Palma de Mallorca/Mallorca/Balearic Islands/Spain, departure 20.00 hrs
Mahon/Menorca/Balearic Islands/Spain, 8.00 – 18.00 hrs
Tarragona/Spain, 8.00 – 19.00 hrs
Valencia/Spain , 8.00 – 19.00 hrs
Relaxation at sea
Marbella/Spain , 7.00 - 19.00 hrs
Cadiz/Spain , 8.00 – 18.00 hrs
Portimao/Portugal , 7.00 – 0.00 hrs
Relaxation at sea
Leixoes (Porto)/Portugal, arrival 6.00 hrs
Transfer to flight to Germany
The itinerary depends on official approvals.
Fri 22.04.2022 Valencia – Campo de Golf El Saler
Playing the ball straight ahead is almost always the right approach on these 18 spacious fairways situated between Albufera and the Mediterranean. In keeping with its location, the course is a blend of Scottish links course and Mediterranean parkland course.
Mon 25.04.2022 Cadiz – Montenmedio Golf & Country Club
In the hills of Cadiz, the broad fairways stretch through an impressive collection of mature trees. The vegetation also repeatedly demands precision from players. Those who stray from the fairway will have trouble finding their ball again. The rather tricky greens with their treacherous bunkers don’t make this course any easier to play, but the captivating views of typical white villages such as Vejer de la Frontera, Benalup and Medina will reward players before the final scores are totted up.
Tue 26.04.2022 Portimao – Amendoeira – Oceanico Faldo Course
Champion Nick Faldo has created a masterpiece here with the Oceanico championship course. His blend of British-inspired fairway design and American layout has resulted in very wide fairways with many strategically placed bunkers. Water hazards appear throughout the course that will play a role in your game.
Peter Martin was Born in Yorkshire, north east England, but grew up in Northamptonshire. Golf was the sport which gripped him the most at an early age. Having met his now wife in Australia, he followed her to Germany, where he started his apprenticeship with the PGA of Germany. He has now been a member or the PGA Lehrteam for 20 years. His experiences as Exam Committee member of the PGA, Qualified Health Coach and County Coach for Lower Saxony, have all been a springboard for His great enthusiasm for the game and a desire for adventure in the Sport of golf.