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Winter Warmer Golf Breaks at Estepona Golf

8.10am 11th January 2007 - Travel

With constant whispers that the Costa del Sol is pricing itself out of the golfing market once again, it is refreshing to find a course that offers good value for money. Estepona Golf is offering a number of fantastic deals, with many weekly, monthly and yearly packages, including a week-long pass for unlimited games costing a mere €235.

Estepona Golf set an example for future courses back in 1989 when it was one of the first to be established in the area. Intent on keeping its customers happy, Estepona Golf has constantly move with the times, ensuring all needs of the golfer are met, recently undergoing a programme of renovations and improvements to both the course and their clubhouse and surrounding infrastructure.

Pairing up with the H10 Estepona Palace Hotel, a complete package holiday, with green fees, buggy hire, bed and breakfast included, is now available at incredible prices.

Many courses along the Costa del Sol charge between €90-100 per round, however, working on a “pay & play” policy, Estepona Golf represents exceptional value amidst unsurpassed beauty. Now with their latest offers a week-long golfing holiday under the Mediterranean sun with bed and breakfast included costs as little as €795. The 7-day package allows unlimited games of golf with a buggy included.

The western Costa del Sol has lead the way for quality tourism in recent years attributing its success to the arrival of a plethora of 5-star hotels, Michelin starred restaurants and sumptuous health spas. With a location midway between Marbella and Sotogrande, Estepona takes full advantage of its spectacular surroundings, offering each and every visitor the best of all worlds when visiting this Mediterranean haven.

Estepona Golf www.esteponagolf.com

       

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