A fantastic 27-hole complex, the Islantilla is widely considered to be among some of the finest golf courses in the south of Spain due to the varied round it offers. Offering three totally different and unique groups of nine holes, players are provided with an invigorating and diverse round of golf. Just a fifteen-minute drive away from the Portuguese border, this golf course is ideal for golfers staying in the Costa de la Luz or in Portugal.
The Islantilla Golf Resort offers its players a truly varied round of golf with three differing loops of nine holes. Each of these nine-hole loops are characterised by different hazards and landscapes to create a varied and invigorating round of golf. Due to the differing nature of the nine-hole loops, the Islantilla course offers three different levels of difficulty, meaning golfers of all skillsets can be accommodated for here.
Golfers consistently choose the Islantilla as their favourite golf course due to the fact they can tailor their round of golf depending on their ability and handicap. The Yellow course is widely considered to be the tamest of the three so is widely recommended for higher handicappers. The Blue course is generally for the more skilled and experienced golfer however the Green course is for the average golfer with a mid-range handicap. The holes found on the Green course demand both length and accurate precision, however it is not as difficult as the Blue course.
3 nights, 2 days unlimited golf at IslantillaDoubleTree by Hilton Islantilla
- 1 Oct to 30 Oct 2021
- Half Board
- 1 free in 8
Bar, Buggy Hire, Changing Facilities, Driving Range, Golf lessons with PGA Professionals, Par 72, Pro Shop, Putting Green, Restaurant, Trolley Hire
Despite the three loops being varied in difficulty, all three of them offer a consistently fantastic round of golf set across some truly spectacular landscapes. The three nines meander through the pinewoods and many holes offer beautiful views spanning across the Atlantic Ocean. Due to the Islantilla’s stunning coastal location, wind frequently comes into play to intensify the challenge.
The front nine holes are characterised by its hilly terrain and golfers here are consistently kept on their toes with several blind shots. The second loop of nine holes are set across an undulating landscape, whereas the final loop are perfect for long shotters with only a few hazards.
Across this 9,075-metre-long golf course there are several memorable holes, however one of the main attractions of the Islantilla course includes the impeccable quality of the greens and overall golf course. Perfectly manicured greens, a variety of tee off options and an excellent climate makes the Islantilla course an obvious choice for a golf holiday in Spain.