Why not visit the beautiful Médoc region for a weekend and indulge your passion for golf? Play with friends or as a couple on three different courses at the Médoc and Lacanau golf courses. Stay in charming accommodation just below one of the world's most prestigious Grand Cru Classé 1855 vineyards.
From 420.00 € per person
Departure from Bordeaux for the Médoc golf course (18-hole vineyard course) • Friendly dinner at your guest house with wines • Accommodation in a charming guest house in the heart of the vineyards
• Breakfast at your guest house • Morning at Lacanau Golf (18 holes) • Free lunch at the Lacanau golf course or by the sea • Return to Margaux in the middle of the afternoon • Visit the cellars and tasting of a Grand Cru Classé 1855 • Dinner on the road of the castles • Back to the guest house
Breakfast at the guest house and check out • Morning on the Médoc golf course (18-hole castle course) • Free lunch at the Golf du Médoc
You take the departure in the late morning or early afternoon, for the golf of the Medoc, located about 30 minutes from downtown Bordeaux.
Arrived at Le Pian-Médoc, you take your place for the first green fee of your stay, with the course of the vines, an 18-hole course The vineyard course, par 71 of 6,237 meters, was made by the Canadian Rod Whitman, assistant to the American Bill Coore.
The vineyard route is part of a typical regional landscape where heath and maritime pines mix. The quality of the greens and the technical richness of the layout, with well-placed obstacles, make the vineyard course a challenging playground that will satisfy the expectations of the most demanding golfers. At the end of the day, you join your guest house to settle down quietly. You take your convivial dinner at the table d'hôtes: a menu with 3 courses and wines included will be proposed.
You are staying in a double room in a charming accommodation in the heart of the vineyards.
After having breakfast at the guest house, you take the road for a second green fee at Lacanau golf, with the route of the Ardilouse (18 holes).
Between lake and ocean, in the heart of the national forest, the golf of Lacanau offers a calm and exotic environment.
The route of the Ardilouse was built in 1980 by John Harris. Entirely designed on sand, this course offers a unique architectural diversity and will suit both beginner and experienced golfers. You will have your lunch as you wish either at the golf of Lacanau or in front of sea. In the middle of the afternoon, you take the way back to Margaux where you will wait a visit of the cellars of a grand cru classé 1855 followed tasting.
On the road of the castles, you will make a stop for a dinner in one of the addresses of charm of Médoc (menu with 3 dishes without drinks). Then you return to your accommodation for the night in the heart of the vineyards.
Your breakfast taken here you are again on the way for the third and last green fee of your stay at the Golf du Médoc.
Voted best in France in 2014 by the World Golf Awards, the 18-hole, par 71, 6,576-meter course was designed in 1989 by American architect Bill Coore. The course of the Castles takes place in the heart of a preserved nature, made of heather, gorse and brooms.
Responding to the traditional style of Scottish links, this championship course offers quality greens thanks to a technical richness of the layout. You will be able to lunch freely at the restaurant of the golf of Médoc.