Lovers of golf can take ferries and enjoy a game of golf at France’s fantastic golfing destination, Le Touquet. France is a superb destination to enjoy a variety of holidays such as camping, skiing, fishing, cycling, and so on. It’s also an excellent destination for a golfing holiday. While many regions of France such as Pas-de-Calais, Normandy, Brittany, the Champagne and Alsace regions, Aquitaine, the French Alps and the Loire Valley attract golfers, nothing can match a game of golf played at Le Touquet. Le Touquet is one of the most popular golfing destinations in the north of France that attracts many tourists from the UK. It is also the most easily accessible destination via channel ferries.
Le Touquet has always been a favorite of golfers and for good reasons. Apart from world-class golf courses, it’s an ideal place to enjoy the night life. This lively seaside resort has many wonderful restaurants and pubs and is an ideal place to spend an evening. And, whether a novice or a professional, Le Touquet has a golf course for everyone to enjoy the game.
Golf du Touquet has two excellent golf courses amidst beautiful surroundings. While La Mer is a championship course that has hosted the French Open, and is best suited for professionals, La Foret is a traditional course. La Mer is one of the top golf courses in Europe offering stunning views of the sea and La Foret is set amidst the picturesque surrounding of pine forests. Le Touquet also has a 9 hole golf course set within the Dunes, Le Manoir, which is ideal for beginners. Though the courses are located amidst natural settings, it’s near the town centre.
Nearby, Hardelot de Golf has two magnificent golf courses – the Les Pins and Les Dunes. Both the courses are perfect for both beginners and professionals. The Dunes was designed and built in 1990 by Belgian architect Paul Rollin and has many natural areas and undulating land and golfers will probably enjoy a challenging match here. Le Pins is an 18 hole golf course and was built by the famous British architect, Tom Simpson in 1934. This course has hosted many championships and is ideal for professional golfers.
Golf de Belle Dune is another great golfing area in the north of France. Set amidst breathtaking scenery and the spectacular sand dunes of Fort Mahon Plage, the golf course is a superb choice for a golfing holiday. Belle Dune also has a practice range and also offer training courses for those who want to hone their skills. What’s more, the UK holidaymakers who choose Le Touquet for a golfing holiday don’t need to travel too far to enjoy a game of golf. Just hop into a cheap ferry and cross the channel to play at the excellent courses at Golf Le Touquet, Golf Hardelot or Golf Belle Dune.
Author Bio – Julie Helen is passionate about writing and have been contributing articles and blogs on various topics for the last 7 years for online viewers. She has extensively travelled across Europe on cross channel ferries and particularly loves to write travel articles.