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Featuring top-class courses, year-round great weather, sun-kissed beaches and a vibrant nightlife, the Costa del Sol is the perfect place for your dream golf holiday.  

It comprises more than a fifth of Spain’s entire landmass and benefits from an incredible climate all year round, so it’s no surprise it caters for all your golf needs.

With more than 100 golf courses, you will be spoiled for choice when – and let’s face it, once you’ve read this and got the lowdown on what you can expect, it’s when rather than if – you jet off for that holiday of a lifetime.

Macdonald Hotels & Resorts is one of the UK’s top hospitality brands, with dozens of destinations at home and abroad, and no fewer than four of its resorts are within easy reach of Malaga Airport and just a stone’s throw from some of the very best golf courses in the whole of Europe.

What’s more, they will take care of your airport transfers, leaving you free to make the most of your break in the sun and focus on making your golf break the very best it can be.

Dona Lola, Leila Playa, Villacana and La Ermita all offer a welcome as warm as the Andalucian sun for golfers and non-golfers alike, with incredible facilities on offer at all four.

Costa Cabopino

From Marbella, La Quinta and El Chaparral to Cabopino, Mijas and El Paraiso, there are plenty of great courses to pick from. Limited tee times are also available at Valderrama and Sotogrande.

And if you’re not sure which course is best for you, don’t worry – Macdonald Hotels & Resorts will find the perfect venue to suit every level of ability in your group. Simply tap into their local knowledge to make sure your itinerary is tailored to your every need.

The Silver, Gold and Platinum packages mean there are options to suit every budget. If competitive golf is more your thing, they have that covered too.

Thanks to its Spanish golf open golf tournament holidays, club golfers can enjoy a competition week with the focus on friendly competition and socialising with like-minded players.

Dona Lola Grounds

Away from the golf courses, there is plenty to do if you want to play the tourist, too. Marbella and Fuengirola are home to numerous bars and restaurants and a vibrant nightlife, and both are within striking distance and easily accessible from the resorts.

Now is the time to visit one of Europe’s very best golf destinations – so what are you waiting for?

Call the golf team on 01506 81514, visit the website, or email [email protected].

Silver package

• Three nights’ bed and breakfast at Dona Lola resort in Calahonda
• Two rounds of golf at El Chaparral and Cabopino with buggy hire included
• Free Glenmuir polo worth £35 for every golfer

From £219pp

Gold package

• Three nights’ bed and breakfast at Dona Lola resort in Calahonda
• Two rounds of golf at Santana and Naranjos with buggy hire
• Free Glenmuir polo worth £35 for every golfer

From £299pp

Platinum package

• Four nights’ bed and breakfast at Villacana resort in Estepona
• Four rounds of golf at Sotogrande, Valderrama, La Reserva and Finca Cortesin with buggy hire
• Free Glenmuir polo worth £35 for every golfer

From £1,199pp

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