Peace and nature combine with sport in the three golf courses of the province. Amateurs and amateurs will find in Huesca, Sabiñánigo and Jaca a paradise.


A quiet sport, in the middle of nature, which allows you to enjoy two of the elements that make the province magical: its sporting possibilities and its spectacular natural surroundings. In Huesca, there are four places to practice golf: Huesca, Sabiñánigo, Jaca and Benasque.


The oldest golf course in the province is located in Nueno. In the heart of the Pre-Pyrenees, the environment is ideal to enjoy this sport, surrounded by native vegetation, making it a magical and unique space.

The prestige of the nine holes designed by the player Pepín Rivero in 1996 allows you to enjoy nature and, if you wish, solitude, in a natural paradise where beginners have courses to be enchanted by this sport.


Very close to Sabiñánigo, an area of 60 hectares designed by José María Olazábal and José Luis Basterreche offers a paradise for golf lovers at the foot of the Pyrenees. Las Margas Golf is located in a natural environment that allows the possibility of not getting bored, thanks to its two courses (one of 18 holes, the other of 9) and to get started in this quiet sport thanks to its school and a large practice area.


The Pyrenees hide many secrets and one of them, when approaching Jaca, is the possibility of practicing golf in the heart of this mountain range. Next to a complete hotel complex, there is a course of more than six kilometers long with 18 holes. In its course, we find one of the longest pars in Spain, with 556 meters.

It also has a driving range and a clubhouse inside the establishment.


The possibility of playing golf among the highest peaks of the Pyrenees is possible in the semi-private course of Benasque Club Golf. With its 18 holes it offers a unique opportunity to enjoy this sport in a unique natural environment, next to the Posets-Maladeta National Park. The tranquility of golf combined with nature to live an unforgettable experience in the Aragonese Pyrenees.