Normandy can be accessed via Calais, Dieppe, Caen, Le Harve or Cherbourg and offers golf for all standards. Some of the best courses are to be found around Deauville. However, one should also consider "Champ de Bataille" which is known as Normandy's Wentworth and also the little known Saint Saens Golf Club near Dieppe, which has one of Normandy's loveliest courses.
Normandy is gradually becoming a more and more popular golf destination and is now very accessible due to the motorway and ferry tunnel links. It is less than one hour away from Paris, just across the English Channel and with the extension of the A16 motorway it is only three hours away from the Benelux countries. Normandy has preserved the charm of its coast and countryside whilst remaining faithful to its traditional and rich historical past.
Normandy is a great destination for holiday golf, and is where one can combine golf with touring, swimming, sailing, horse riding or cultural visits to local abbeys, cathedrals/chateaus which will be certain to satisfy almost any art lover. With a huge coastal region going from the monastery island of Mount Saint Michel to the port and resort town of Dieppe, one has a big choice of very varied and unusual places to visit in between a day of golf.