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Golfing destination Gijón

golf  150x300 Golfing destination GijónDid you know that Gijón’s Municipal Golf Courses offer attractive discounts for visitors to our city? In a bid to consolidate Gijón as a golfing destination, Gijón Tourism has signed an agreement with the Municipal Sports Trust to promote the city’s La Llorea and El Tragamón municipal golf courses. A wide range of discounts and offers (which also includes private courses), in combination with a unique setting, constitute an offer you will not be able to refuse.

Via its website, Gijón Tourism is to specially promote accommodation offering special rates and services for visitors who wish to play golf in the city, as well as providing information on each of the municipal courses and the conditions regarding their use. Nineteen partner hotels in the city have signed up for this initiative, including 4-, 3- and 2-star establishments. Gijón Municipal Golf (GMG) will apply a 25% discount on current rates for non-affiliated golfers on bookings made for clients at these hotels who hold a federation license. The hotel will in turn be responsible for making the booking, dealing directly with the golf course.

The booking of accommodation at partner hotels is not the only way to benefit from these discounts. Any federation license holders who make their reservation through Infogijón will also benefit from a 25% discount on current rates throughout the year thanks to the “Zesty Days” programme. What’s more, if you acquire the Gijón Card tourist pass, you will be able to get discounts of up to 30% on municipal golf courses and 10% on private courses.

This agreement also includes a discount of around 20% to visitors who come to the city via the Sea Motorway from Saint Nazaire (France), a discount which will also apply to cruise passengers arriving in the city via different stopovers agreed on through Gijón Port Authority.


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