French Holidays With Golf and Country Clubs


If you're trying to decide where to spend you next family holiday, why not check out one of the many fantastic French holidays available with country clubs in Southern France region. A country club can offer a number of fantastic benefits compared with arranging a holiday with a standard hotel or private space. High-class country clubs offer the service and luxury of a premium hotel, with the privacy and independence of a rented villa. On top of that you can enjoy the many fantastic facilities available to guests, in the safety of the club's generous grounds.

If you've never been on a French holiday with a country club before, and do not know what to expect, here's an outline of some of the incredible facilities you can enjoy as part of your French holiday. High-quality clubs are usually ideally located to enjoy both the facilities on site, as well as making for perfect day trips to historic parts of France, from the beautiful Chateaux, to the breath-taking waterways and caves, exciting and delicious culinary experiences in the many market-towns, and the world-famous vineyards and wine-tasting opportunities for connoisseurs. Whether you're embarking on your own, as a couple, or with a family, the south of France offers such a comprehensive range of activities and attractions to satisfy almost any palette, and staying at a country position to enjoy these in an easy and relaxed manner.

As well as putting you at the heart of France's beautiful countryside, a French holiday with a golf and country club can also offer a range of excellent on-site facilities. For golf fans looking for the perfect opportunity to work on your handicap, there are some fantastic picturesque 18-hole golf courses in the south Dordogne region, offering driving ranges, putting greens as well as superb clubhouses and gourmet cuisine. If golf is not your thing however, fear not, you can also enjoy clubs with up to 9 swimming pools, tennis courts, play areas for children, basketball courts and planned excursions.


Source by Fernando Frambuesa