This is only an example of a multiple-day golf & wine experience in Catalunya, Spain. Our wine tours are entirely tailor-made to suit visitors' preferences, they can be shorter or longer depending on their needs. Please contact us to design your own bespoke wine tour.
PGA GOLF Catalunya
Ten minutes from Girona and under an hour from Barcelona, the stunning golf courses of PGA GOLF Catalunya lie smack bang in a region reputed for its wine and gastronomy - 22 Michelin stars sparkle in a galaxy of restaurants within 50 kilometers of the resort - and the Pyrenees and Costa Brava coast lie within easy reach.
Consistently ranked amongst the best golf courses in Europe, the Stadium course should be on every serious player’s bucket list. Recently voted N° 1 in Spain, N° 3 in Europe and N° 77 worldwide, the course is designed to challenge the player, with shot after shot requiring thought and precision to negotiate the cracker of a course - every hole on the course can be played from 5 different tees. The Pyrenees provide a spectacular backdrop to the undulating greens, bunkers and lakes which test the mettle of even the most experienced player.
The second course, The Tour Course, is kinder and less challenging. It is shorter and a little less difficult to play than its sibling but also features mind-focusing water hazards and strategically placed bunkers.
Peralada Golf Club
Peralada Golf Club is much more than just golf. Here you will enjoy a unique experience on a beautiful 18-hole course, scattered with lake areas and beautiful trees. Enjoy a relaxed round between friends on a course that is suitable for all players – from novices to the most experienced. The clever design of the course enables it to blend into the beautiful Mediterranean countryside making it the first golf course to win the European EMAS environmental management certificate.
Explore the wine region of Empordà
Whether you spend an entire morning or afternoon on the course, your day should not end without exploring one of Spain’s smaller wine regions: Empordà. The rocky coastline of the Costa Brava, well-known for its seaside resorts, is also home to unique and exciting wines. This wine-lover’s paradise stretches just inland of the Mediterranean Sea, covering almost 3,000 hectares with rolling vineyards. The DO Empordà Wine Route will take you into the heart of the deep-rooted tradition of the area, where winemaking dates back to Roman times. In one of the most beautiful wine regions of Spain, combining seascape and rural countryside, you can travel to wineries, indulge in wine-tasting, visit museums –including the Salvadore Dali museum, a temple of surrealism, in the region’s main town Figueres- discover the gastronomy or relax in wine therapy spas.
There are a whole host of picturesque villages and family-owned cellars to visit. Sip the traditional sweet or easy-to-drink rosé wines or taste the high-quality red wines that are surprisingly full-bodied, well-structured and aromatic.