Based in Spain since 2006

Golfing near the Camino de Santiago

Although we do not offer golfing tours, we know that there are Pilgrims who love to golf. The good news is that near the Camino de Santiago there are several top-notch golfing courses.

So here’s an idea for a once-in-a-lifetime experience: After your Camino de Santiago Tour, continue your vacation in Spain at a nearby golf course.

Here’s a tentative list to whet your appetite.


Real Club de Golf de La Coruña (A Coruña)

All our Galician Camino de Santiago tours end in Santiago de Compostela, and less than an hour way is the city of A Coruña, which is on the English Way.

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Club the Golf de la Toja (Toja Island)

Imagine playing golf on a small island that ranks among the top 50 nine-hole courses in the world* ? The island itself is worth a visit and easy to get to from Pontevedra on the Camino Portugués.

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Basque Country

Real Sociedad de Golf de Neguri (Getxo/Bilbao)

Our Basque in the Glory Tour ends almost next door to this golf course. Because you are on the coast, you are guaranteed spectacular views of the Cantabrian Sea.

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Real Nuevo Club de San Sebastian Basozabal (San Sebastian)

The course was designed by José María Olazábal and is just a short drive from San Sebastian, which is also featured on our Basque in the Glory/Camino del Santiago del Norte Tour.

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Camiral Golf & Wellness (Girona)

Unwind after your Costa Brava Tour at this golf resort, which boasts two golf courses and has hosted the Spanish Open in three occasions.

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Canary Islands

Real Club de Golf de Las Palmas (Las Palmas de Gran Canaria)

We will confess that this course is our favorite as it allows you to extend your vacation on the island of Gran Canaria after walking the Camino de Santiago of the Canary Islands with us!

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