Golf and wine tourism lovers find the best of both worlds in Logroño. The city has a magnificent public area for practicing this sport, El Campo de Logroño, and three other golf courses within a short drive: Rioja Alta Golf Club, Sojuela Country Club and Izki Golf Club.
A tourism proposal away from the massive crowds! Wonderful nature here, great Rioja wines and food and on golf courses surrounded by vineyards. The most prestigious wineries in the area collaborate in the organization of thematic tournaments “Golf and Wine” and tour packages are offered that combine sport with wine tourism and gastronomy.
The Field of Logroño
The Logroño Golf Course, located in La Grajera Park just 5 km from Logroño, is considered one of the best courses in Spain and stands out for its wide fairways and generous greens and for having the longest hole in Spain and one of the longest long of the world.
Among other events, it hosted the Spanish Championship of professionals in 2006, where Miguel Ángel Jiménez was champion, setting the field record in 60 strokes.
Rioja Alta Golf Club
Rioja Alta Golf Club is located in the heart of Rioja Alta between the municipalities of Cirueña and Ciriñuela in an exceptional bioclimatic and landscape enclave.
In addition to being one of the most beautiful and versatile game routes in Spain, it presents as a distinguishing feature the large starting platforms and tees for senior players.
Sojuela Golf Club
The Sojuela Golf Club is located in the Moncalvillo Green residential complex just 16 km from Logroño, among a forest of oaks, holm oaks and pines. Its wonderful natural environment combines perfectly with its wine tourism and gastronomic proposal.
It is a par 72 in a privileged environment in which game strategy is essential to obtain a great result.
Izki Golf Club
The Urturi field (Álava) was designed by Severiano Ballesteros. Izki Golf is located in a natural setting of great beauty, with wide fairways surrounded by oaks and holly.
It offers 18 holes par 72 distributed in 98 hectares of land and a 7 km course.