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Play on the greens of the top golf course in continental Europe, Pau Golf Club. Built in 1856 by the Scots, the oldest golf course on the European continent is also the oldest in the world outside the British Isles. Its club house is more of a museum really. The Scots made no mistake when they chose this setting on the edge of the gave (the name given to the Pyrenees mountain stream) with the Pyrenees as a backdrop.
Located in Monestier, in the heart of the vineyards of Bergerac, the Château des Vigiers golf course, also called the "little Versailles of the Périgord" offers three 9-hole courses, designed by Donald Steel. A stay at Vigiers, a 4-star Hotel and Spa, allows you to combine golf, gastronomy, wine, and well-being.
Come and experience the Biscarrosse golf course and its 27 holes nestled in the Landes forest. In this green setting with its unspoilt countryside, you can choose between two courses: a full 18 hole course set out along the rolling hills of the dunes or a short but technical 9 hole course. Invigorating balsamic scents are guaranteed.
Want to train and improve your drive, your putting and your swing in a complex overlooking the ocean? You can in Aquitaine! The Ilbarritz golf course, an International Training Centre, offers 5 of the most prestigious schools, in a complex that's unique in Europe, both because of the beauty of the site overlooking the ocean and its technical level.
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