Wednesday, 11 March 2015

Wednesday, 11 March 2015

Golf in France. Buy more than just a property - buy a lifestyle

Perhaps not seen as glamorous as Portugal or Spain, French golf holidays are extremely popular, particularly with travellers from the UK.

This is primarily as a result of the quality golf courses to be discovered, but a trip to South West France has so much added value to offer. You can of course rely on outstanding culture, art, gastronomy, history and scenery, which already make France the No 1 holiday destination in the world. Inevitably, these attractions are extremely appealing, particularly for the non-golfers.

All apartments, lodges, bungalows & houses are on or adjacent to quality golf courses. They also benefit from other leisure facilities, and are therefore ideal for sports enthusiasts or an active lifestyle.

It is perhaps worth bearing in mind that the next Ryder Cup in Europe (2018) will be in France, so interest in golf property in France is sure to increase during this decade. The Ryder Cup has a history approaching 100 years. Starting as the vision of a garden seeds salesman in the 1920's, the tournament gained significant momentum with the participation of Europe and a certain Seve Ballesteros in the 1980’s. 2018 will see the Ryder Cup make a historic return to the Continent in France at the Golf National.

What you are really buying here is a lifestyle. The benefit of an ideal holiday home, alongside a leading leisure facility, and a management package. In brief, a no hassle, trouble free ownership deal. No gardening worries, cleaning & changeovers handled, a fully managed package. You enjoy various shared facilities at each location, such as the clubhouse, restaurant, tennis courts & swimming pool, an opportunity to chill out and relax immediately upon arrival. There is also natural surveillance of your property without you worrying.

Discounted viewing visits available throughout most of the year via ourselves.

Contact peter@allez-francais.com if you would like more details.

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