Menorca (also known as Minorca) is one of the Balearics islands belonging to Spain, located in the Mediterranean Sea. It derives its name from its size in contrast to its larger neighbour Mallorca (Majorca), and is generally quieter and less visited. Menorca was awarded UNESCO Biosphere Reserve status in 1993.
With a typical Mediterranean climate and beautiful scenery, Menorca offers an alternative option for golfers seeking gentler and more soothing golf holidays or breaks in Spain. The championship quality course at Golf Son Parc is ideal for beginners and experienced golfers alike.
The course is both challenging and picturesque, located just a few hundred metres from the award winning Son Parc beach on the north coast of Menorca. The course is surrounded by wooded hills and a protected wet zone with a rich variety of bird life, and enjoys spectacular views in the distance of Monte Toro, Menorca’s highest point. An unusual feature of the golf course here in Menorca is a flock of peacocks that lives just behind the third green.
They seem very happy to share their home with golf, adding an extra touch of colour to your round. The 18 hole golf course was designed by Dave Thomas, the ex Ryder Cup player and designer of many top golf courses worldwide, including The Belfry golf courses & San Roque golf course on the Costa del Sol.
There is a golf academy offering tuition at all levels, and special tariffs for junior golfers, making this a suitable destination for family golf holidays and breaks in Spain. Menorca provides a very pleasant spring, summer and autumn climate and holiday destination for golf players. The picturesque surroundings create a very relaxed and calm destination for golf holidays and breaks in Spain.
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