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Golf de Coulondres - Saint Gély du Fesc

Golf de Coulondres

Golf de Coulondres - Saint Gély du Fesc

- 18 Holes

Golf de Coulondres - Saint Gély du Fesc

Golf de Coulondres - Saint Gély du Fesc

Golf de Coulondres - Saint Gély du Fesc
Golf de Coulondres - Saint Gély du Fesc

18 Holes, Par 73 - 6129 m/6700 yards, designed by D. Harradine.

Located 5 minutes from North of Montpellier, the Coulondres Golf course is a step you shouldn't miss. 20 minutes from sandy beaches you will apreciate a real peaceful landscape nested between Mediterranee and Cevennes.
Golf de Coulondres - Saint Gély du Fesc
The 18 holes course, mainly on hillsides, valorizes your technique and your athletic qualities.

Designed by D. Harradine, it could be distinguished by its environmental beauty and its scenic views on mediterranean landscapes.

One of the oldest golf in the area (created in 1984), it's a delightful course with pine scents and cicada shrillings..
  Difficult to resist the charm of the panorama of golf Coulondres Pic Saint-Loup. Nestled in the pines and browsing the hills between the Mediterranean and the Cevennes, he offers unique perspectives on the south of France, the Mediterranean Sea and the hinterland. The hilly 18-hole (par 73) allows players to practice golf on both technical and strategic. impossible to be bored...
Golf de Coulondres - Saint Gély du Fesc
Montpellier has become one of Europe’s newest holiday destinations. This is due to the combination of its proximity to the Mediterranean, its beautiful medieval city core and a vibrant nightlife (a quarter of its citizens are students). It is also a good destination for adventure seekers – the mountains of Cévennes are only an hour’s drive away.


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Golf de Coulondres - Saint Gély du Fesc

Golf de Coulondres - Saint Gély du Fesc

Golf de Coulondres - Saint Gély du Fesc

Golf de Coulondres - Saint Gély du Fesc
  Opening Golf de Coulondres - Saint Gély du Fesc:  

- Open all year round

Opening Restaurant: 

- "Les Coulondrines", offers a large choice from express formula to specific menus for groups or special events. Reservation at: Phone + 33 4 67 84 30 12 
Hérault Tourisme Qualité Hérault Qualité Tourisme Occitanie La Région Occitanie/Pyrénées-Méditerranée Grands Sites Occitanie
Communauté de communes Sud-Hérault Ville de Pézenas Parc naturel régional du Haut-Languedoc Office de Tourisme de Montpellier La Région Languedoc-Roussillon - Sud de France
Ligue de Golf du Languedoc Roussillon Académie Internationale des Métiers du Golf Clubs de Golf Golfy Fédération Française de Golf Sud France Golf

Equipments and Services:
  * Public Parking
* Compact
* Golf clubs rental
* Buggy rental
* Golf lesson
* Holes: 18
* Par: 73
* Type: Inland
* Length: 6129 m/6700 yards
* Slope: 148
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Golf de Coulondres
Leisure - Sports - Golf
Golf de Coulondres
72 Rue des Erables
34980 Saint Gély du Fesc
Phone +33

Email -

Website -

Rates -
"Golf illimité 1 jour" :
18T Puech + 9T Coulondres  
1 day unlimited golf: 75.00 €
1 day unlimited golf + car: 110.00 €

Restaurant -
"Les Coulondrines", offers a large choice from express formula to specific menus for groups or special events.

ParkingBike friendlyTerraceCafé, BarGolf courseRestaurant

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