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Golf circuit along Avignon

Aigues-Mortes cruise circuit on even weeks, reverse itinerary on odd weeks

Every day, a new golf course...


Sunday | Golf cruise

Sunday | Golf cruise

Transfer from a defined picking point to Le Phénicien which is moored close to the Avignon ramparts. It is time for a little nap or a free visit of the city. Our first dinner on board gives an indication of the high standard of cuisine that will be served during the cruise and the accompanying wines have been specially chosen from top-notch local vineyards.


Monday – Pont Royal | Golf cruise

Monday – Pont Royal | Golf cruise

Golf de Pont royal, 18 holes, PAR 72, 6303 m. Designed in 1992 by the great Severiano Ballesteros himself! www.golf-pontroyal.com
Then a first nice lunch cruise takes us closer to one of the best cellars of Châteauneuf-du-Pape where we have a guided visit followed by a wine tasting. This evening we sail to Villeneuve lès Avignon where we will stay overnight. The wines tasted in the morning are back on the table at dinner!


Tuesday – Grand Avignon | Golf cruise

Tuesday – Grand Avignon | Golf cruise

Golf Grand Avignon, 18 holes, PAR 72, 6046 m. Charming and quiet golf with bunkers and lakes. Uncommon covered practice area over water.
www.golfgrandavignon.com
This afternoon, we get back to the barge and sail down to Vallabrègues a quiet and charming little port where it is good to rest, have a bike ride or play the pétanque under the plane trees.


Wednesday – Servanes | Golf cruise

Wednesday – Servanes | Golf cruise

Golf de Servanes, 18 holes, PAR 72, 6121 m. Top ranking French golf and the unique experience of playing golf within Cezanne’s favorite landscapes.
www.opengolfclub.com/servanes
Back to the barge we pass through the huge 36 feet high lock of Beaucaire and sail down to Arles, the open-air Museum of Provence.


Thursday – Nîmes Campagne | Golf cruise

Thursday – Nîmes Campagne | Golf cruise

Golf de Nimes-Campagne, 18 holes, PAR 72, 6200 m. Since 1969, definitely one of the most beautiful private golf courses in France lately opened to green cards.
www.golfnimescampagne.fr.st/
The most impressive navigation is for today heading for the Camargue! We cruise the Rhône river, the petit Rhône and the canal to reach the quiet and typical village of Gallician.


Friday – La Grande Motte | Golf cruise

Friday – La Grande Motte | Golf cruise

Golf de La Grande Motte, 18 holes, PAR 72, 6161 m. Designed by Robert Trent Jones Senior, this famous golf course meanders through The Camargue landscapes. Black bulls and pink flamingoes are not far.
www.sunfrance.com/golf/
Our final destination is Aigues-Mortes, a 14th century walled city rising from a flat landscape from which St Louis set sail on his Holly Crusades. The Camargue never fails to surprise and welcomes us for our farewell dinner!


Saturday | Golf cruise

Saturday | Golf cruise

After breakfast, morning departure to the defined transfer point.



NB :
This golf itinerary is not opened to beginners
Transfers from mooring places to golf courses last less than 45 minutes under normal traffic conditions.
In the unlikely event of a golf being not accessible (weather conditions, accident, maintenance, competition, etc.) we shall propose an alternate equivalent golf course as:

Golf d’Uzes - www.sunfrance.com/golf/
Golf des Baux de Provence - www.golfbauxdeprovence.com/anglais.htm
Golf Provence Country Club - www.provencecountryclub.com
Golf de Vacquerolles - www.sunfrance.com/golf/
Golf de Massane - www.sunfrance.com/golf/

 
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