With an array of fantastic golf courses, stunning coastlines and lively towns, Mallorca shines through as the perfect, European golfing destination. It has a perfect balance of tourism and culture and remains very unspoilt. The importance of activities and things to do away from the course is a key factor when choosing a golf trip and Mallorca comfortably ticks all of those boxes. Read on to see some of the best golf courses on the island.

1. Golf Son Servera

Son Servera enraptures the natural, mountainous landscape of Mallorca. The golf course is a lovely parkland layout and offers an array of different natural hazards including large lakes and an abundance of Oak, Pine and Olive trees with the occasional Palm rolled into the mix. The holes are an enjoyable length, most of the Par 4’s will require a straight drive and a mid iron approach which makes it playable but challenging. Although predominantly flat, the golf course still has a few slopes and banks but you won’t find any epic, elevated tees around here. A fantastic mountain backdrop and views out to the Bay of nearby town, Cala Millor provide a great setting to enjoy your round.

The golf course is a great one that doesn’t get the attention like many of the others, but this is all the more reason to play it. It has a great local vibe and doesn’t get swamped by ‘Lads on tour’ which is always welcome, but best left to the town and not the golf course!

Golf Son Servera

Number of Holes: 18
Course Par: 72
Green Fee: €94 High Season | €74 Low Season
Hire Clubs: €30 – Taylormade
Buggy Hire: Available – €41
Practice Facilities: Driving range | Pitching and Putting Greens
Nearest Town: Cala Millor
Nearest Airport: Palma International
Website: View Website

2. Golf Son Gual

Son Gual offers a real championship golf course right by the island capital of Palma. The golf course is about as manicured as they come in Mallorca. Plenty of white bunkers and water hazards make themselves know on almost every hole. The holes are long but with wide fairways still offer room for any ability. After playing some of the more ‘rustic’ golf courses on the island, it may not have as much character but the quality exceeds all the others. Green fees are quite pricey in the summer but the standard of the golf course reflects this.

The golf course is literally a 10 minute car ride from Palma International Airport and about 15-20 mins from central Palma so Son Gual is easily accessible wherever you are staying! You can read more about Golf Son Gual Here.

Golf Son Gual

Number of Holes: 18
Course Par: 72
Green Fee: €135 High Season | €85 Low Season
Hire Clubs: €45 - Titliest
Buggy Hire: Available – €40
Practice Facilities: Driving range | Pitching and Putting Greens
Nearest Town: Palma
Nearest Airport: Palma International
Website: View Website

3. Club De Golf Alcanada

Alcanada is always the first golf course that springs to mind when people ask me where to play in Mallorca. It’s got a certain feel to the place that others don’t on the island. The views out across over small channel of water between the coastline of Alcudia and over to Manorca are stunning. The holes wind through the hills and run tightly along the foots of the mountains. Alcanada makes great use of the hilly landscape and with plenty of changes in elevation the whole way round provide some fantastic tee shots and panoramic views out to the Alcanada lighthouse.

The clubhouse is built into a 400 year old stone house and the architecture is beautiful. The restaurant is then set above the clubhouse and offers unbeatable views out to see. It has a great reputation and a large outdoor terrace and people will travel here just for the food and setting. You can read more about Club De Golf Alcanada Here.

Club De Golf Alcanada

Number of Holes: 18
Course Par: 72
Green Fee: €150 High Season | €105 Low Season
Hire Clubs: €34 -Taylormade
Buggy Hire: Available – €40
Practice Facilities: Driving range | Pitching and Putting Greens
Nearest Town: Alcudia
Nearest Airport: Palma International
Website: View Website

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