The thirteen Spanish World Heritage cities offer a unique setting to enjoy both history and culture. Alcalá, Ávila, Cáceres, Cordoba, Cuenca, Ibiza, Mérida, Salamanca, La Laguna, Santiago, Segovia, Tarragona and Toledo combine their monumental sides with large modern infrastructures making the development of all types of leisure and adventure tourism activities possible. This includes golf since all these cities are home to courses with a selection of complementary services needed for enjoying the sport.
Easy and complex courses combine, often designed by some of the most renowned global experts. Many of the courses also houses schools run by renowned professionals which offer courses for both beginners of all ages to amateur golfers wishing to improve their technique. Alongside this are different practice infrastructures with 9, 18 and 27 holes, with different handicaps, services… The courses are located in the surrounding area of these monumental cities and offer a wide variety of landscapes. Fairways and greens run amidst pine forests, on former farming pastures, in valleys crossed by brooks, rivers and lakes... Golf can be played in the mountains, with sea views or by getting around ravines and bridges. Spain’s special climate offer gentle temperatures and a high number of sunny days, making for an even more pleasant game. Playing golf in World Heritage Cities is undoubtedly an ideal accompaniment to cultural tourism.