GolfOne could be forgiven for thinking that hardly any holidaymakers would travel to the Seychelles specifically to spend a golfing holiday there, as the golfing facilities here are admittedly quite modest compared to other holiday destinations.
On the other hand, for recreational sportsmen and women who would like to hit a few golf balls in a unique landscape during their holidays, there are certainly possibilities to fulfill their wishes.
The first option for golf would be the Seychelles Golf Club on Mahé. It has a 9-hole course between palm trees, located south of the airport on the east coast of the island.
Newer and bigger is however the 18-hole championship course at the Constance Lémuria Resort on Praslin. Guests staying at one of the two Constance hotels in the Seychelles (at the Lemuria itself or also at the new Constance Ephelia Resort on Mahé) are exempt from the green fee, but non-guests may also play here.
This par-70 course was opened at the end of 2002 and has a length of 5,556 metres. It is a real challenge for players of all levels and delights pros and amateurs alike. It borders the two enchanting beaches of Petite and Grand' Anse Kerlan. The first twelve holes lie under palm trees through which the sunlight shimmers, and from hole 13 onwards, the course leads over the densely wooded hills, from whose heights breathtaking views open up to the players.
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