Canary Islands
Golf Holidays in Canary Islands
The Canary Islands comprises of eight main islands, however the main three for golf are Tenerife, Gran Canaria and Fuerteventura. These islands are just off the north-eastern African coast, but belong to Spain. Tenerife is the most populated island of the lot and ticks every box in terms of a holiday.

The perfect mix of hot weather, beaches, excellent golf courses and vibrant nightlife make it the focal point for the Canary Islands. Whichever type of holiday you are after, rest assured that one of these islands will be able to offer it to you in abundance.

Abama Golf, Tenerife
Buenavista Golf, Tenerife
Golf Costa Adeje, Tenerife
Golf Las Americas, Tenerife
Hotel Las Madrigueras, Tenerife
Hotel Las Madrigueras, Tenerife
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Golf in Tenerife
Tenerife is a sunny paradise of an island and it is a perfect holiday destination even without the Golf. The southwestern part of the island is definitely the place to be. It has the most action and various activities to keep yourself entertained throughout your holiday. It is also home to the most and best golf courses on the island.

There is a vast selection of courses to try out on this side of the island and they are top quality also. Abama Golf is the standout course on the island and is even ranked in the top 35 courses in Spain. It has stunning views over the water and is just a pristine track. Buenavista Golf Course is a little further up the coast but it’s definitely worth the journey as it is a sensational seaside layout and is designed by the golfing legend, Seve Ballesteros.

If you are looking for a vibrant nightlife then the area to stay in is definitely Playa de las Americas. There are plenty of restaurants, pubs, bars and discos to keep you entertained all night. If you are looking for something a little more tranquil and relaxing then the Costa Adeje is definitely the spot for you.

There is an extraordinary number of things to do when you are not on the golf course. Take a scenic hike through Teide National Park and see the volcanic terrain of Mount Teide. If the heat gets too much then take a day trip to Siam Park, which is a Thai themed water park in the Costa Adeje. There really is a never ending list of things to do on the island when you’re not on the course.

Our Recommended Hotels & Resorts
Hotel Las Madrigueras Golf Resort & Spa
The Ritz-Carlton Abama
Hotel Gran Oasis Resort
Our Recommended Golf Courses
Abama Golf
Golf Costa Adeje
Buenavista Golf
Golf Las Americas
Amarilla Golf Club
Golf del Sur
Nearest Airport
Tenerife South Airport
(TFS)
Flight Time
London-Tenerife
4 hours 30 mins
High Season
Nov-March