Czechia's the only place you can enjoy golf like this

Czechia's the only place you can enjoy golf like this


Czechia's the only place you can enjoy golf like this
Fresh air, walks, stretching, greenery… Can this get any more wholesome? Well, let us just throw in an amazing cultural heritage. Active holiday or a spa break? Have both at once.

Golf in a majestic setting

Fore! Czechia is the promised land for golf lovers and players. Amazing golf holes in beautiful settings! And as Czechia is such a treasure house of castles and châteaux, this beautiful Central European country offers some original golf thrills in the unconventional and classy surroundings of grand château parks. In the Karlovy Vary Region there’s Golf Club Kynžvart, an 18-hole course in the historical park by Kynžvart Château, the former residence of Austrian Chancellor Metternich.

Just a few minutes away from the capital, Prague, players from all over the world flock to Golf Resort Karlštejn. With its enchanting view of the royal castle of Karlštejn, it is one of the most beautiful golf courses in Europe and one of Czechia’s most popular tourist destinations. There’s also plenty for heritage site buffs to enjoy at the Central Bohemian Golf Resort Konopiště, while the Moravian-Silesian region has a stunning fairway in the park by Kravaře Château, not to mention Golf Club Hluboká nad Vltavou in the romantic countryside of Soth Bohemia.

Another haven of tranquility is Golf & Spa Resort Kunětická Hora, located in the recreation area below Kunětická Hora, as well as the golf course in the park by the château of Hrádek u Nechanic.

Golf and a spa? Why not!

An excellent way of combining some pleasant exercise in the fresh air with some first-class relaxation can be found at the golf resorts in spa towns, with their healing waters and baths. Spas that you definitely shouldn’t miss include Karlovy Vary, Mariánské Lázně and Františkovy Lázně.

The largest resort in Central Europe

And by far the best way to take a break from the hustle and bustle of the big city is to enjoy a game of golf in the mountains. Fresh air and beautiful views, that’s exactly what busy people need. Try the course below the iconic Ještěd transmitter in Liberec, the golf complex in Čeladná, or the Golf Resort Ostravice. Connecting up these two destinations has created a 55-hole golf resort, the biggest in Czechia and Central Europe.

Golf & the Big City

If, on the other hand, you fancy combining golf with the beautiful historical sights of Prague or other major cities around Czechia, that's a piece of cake. The Czech capital Prague with its PGA National licensed courses (such as Oaks Prague in Popovičky or the Albatross Golf Resort in Vysoký Újezd, just 15 minutes from Prague’s Václav Havel Airport), the picturesque Šilheřovice, near the Silesian city of Ostrava, or the Moravian capital Brno with its course with 13 artificial lakes at the Golf Resort Kaskáda, these are all ready and waiting for golfers!

The best way to round off a day of golfing is to relax in one of Czechia’s many wellness resorts: