France always works its magic and golf is no exception. With more than 550 golf courses, and over 25 of Europe’s top 100 courses – Golf in France has never been better. From Les Bordes, Europe’s number two course and the five-star resort of Evian, one of Europe’s finest golf resorts, to charming provincial Golf clubs, courses in France are beautifully designed, well-maintained and offer great value.

But of course, travel in France is not only about playing a great round.  There’s enchanting Paris and its sidewalk cafes, world-famous monuments, French food and wine to savour. There are the trips you could take to Normandy and Brittany and to the South of France.

Normandy’s courses are championship quality and the region draws tourists for its traditions, food (especially the cheeses) and old Chateaus (which have been converted to hotels). Visit Brittany for its 32 uncrowded golf courses in breathtaking locales and get a whiff of the region’s Celtic past.

Holiday with abandon in the South of France – enjoy its championship courses, the international cities of Cannes and Nice and year-round weather. Find close to 21 courses within a half-hour radius from both Cannes and Nice. There are 12 top courses in the South, which include Cannes Mougins, Royal Mougins, Tulane, La Grande Motte, Four Season and Barbaroux. 

Read up information on this page and all associated links for more on France as a golf destination. The content will serve as your Golf Travel Guide to France and make for easy trip planning.


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Walk through Paris and revisit your favourites (there’s bound be a cafe, market, square or landmark you love). Take your time admirng art at the Louvre.  Extend your stay in France to sample the wine at Bordeaux and the good life in the South.



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France is part of the Schengen Convention. For more on the Schengen visa, go to http://www.eurovisa.info/.

France’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs website, http://www.diplomatie.gouv.fr/en/  is also a good resource to check on the nationalities that don’t require a visa and various stay options.

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