Normandy and Its 4-Star Golf Course on the Alabaster Coast

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Golf Normandie Côte d’Albâtre 4*

An atmosphere reminiscent of Scottish lands in a contemporary setting. The Golf Normandie Côte d’Albâtre is a 27-hole golf estate offering a unique golfing experience in an incomparable natural and serene environment.

Its main course is an 18-hole PAR 72 of 5886 meters, open since June 2017 in Upper Normandy at Saint-Riquier-ès-Plains (76-Seine-Maritime). It is located 45 minutes from Dieppe, 1 hour from Le Havre and Rouen, and 2.5 hours from west Paris via the A13 and A150 highways.

Designed by Alain Prat on 103 hectares, 75 of which are dedicated to the golf course, its course « Les Vallons » caters to both experienced and beginner golfers with its panoramic views and eco-friendly approach. You can play 3 signature holes, the 3rd, 6th, and 18th, which offer a taste of Scotland or the USA.

A second compact 9-hole course of 1630 meters PAR 27 and a 9-hole Pitch & Putt of 1062 meters PAR 27 complete the golfing offer.

Discover Normandy Côte d’Albâtre 4*

How about a trip to Normandy? We completely understand, as the region is perfect for both relaxing and, of course, golfing!

Take advantage of the partnership between Golfstars and Golf Normandie Côte d’Albâtre now with the exclusive « Friday Green Fee » offer: lunch including starter, main course, and dessert (excluding drinks) + 1 green fee for €50, valid until December 31, 2024, by mentioning the code GOLFSTARS 2024 over the phone or by email.

About the Alabaster Coast

The Alabaster Coast is a spectacular coastline stretching 130 kilometers along the English Channel. From Dieppe to Tréport up to Le Havre, it is famous for its white chalk cliffs, including Étretat, known for its natural arches and rock formations such as the Needle Rock, a symbol of Arsène Lupin’s adventures. Dieppe is also a seaside resort worth noting with a castle-museum and a picturesque port. As for Fécamp, it houses the Trinity Abbey and the Benedictine Palace, both worth a visit. Finally, La Veules, the smallest river in France, flows through the picturesque village of Veules-les-Roses.

About Normandy

Normandy, located in northwestern France, is a region rich in history, culture, and diverse natural landscapes. Comprising the departments of Seine-Maritime, Eure, Calvados, Orne, and Manche, it offers a wide variety of activities and sites to discover. With its numerous outdoor activities, including golf, Normandy is an ideal destination for unforgettable holidays and is thus one of the world’s recognized tourist destinations.

There are plenty of cultural activities and opportunities to explore and visit. Mont Saint-Michel is one of the most iconic monuments in France with its abbey perched on a rocky islet, attracting millions of visitors each year. The Caen Memorial, the D-Day landing beaches, and the numerous museums dedicated to the history of D-Day. The Château de Caen, the Château de Falaise, the Château de Sissi, and Claude Monet’s Gardens in Giverny are all remarkable sites to include in your visit. Various towns organize medieval festivals, and the American Film Festival is held every year in September in Deauville.

In terms of gastronomy, visit local cider houses to taste cider and calvados, and cheese factories to savor Camembert, Pont-l’Évêque, and Livarot. Enjoy fresh seafood and traditional Norman cuisine in all the region’s restaurants.

Photo Stéphane COUDOUX

Stéphane COUDOUX

After 35 years in the golf medias, I founded GolfStars, a Search Engine that classifies all the Services and Equipment of golf courses, similar to hotels. No first, no last! Independent, objective, honest, and without financial ties to golf courses, GolfStars provides unparalleled assistance in choosing your next destination. European and international development in progress to assist both incoming and outgoing golf ers and travelers.