One of the oldest in the region, this 18-hole, par 73, 6365 yard course, is set in a magnificent spot which boasts both sea and mountain views.
It’s protected by 220 hectares of undulating landscape, where you’ll even find a Gallo Roman aqueduct. Designed by English architect Donald Harradine in 1966, the course winds its way through a typical Mediterranean landscape of streams and trees that are centuries old.
Stay and play
For those golfers who wish to enjoy an overnight stay with a leisurely eighteen holes to follow, the wonderful four-star Château de la Bégude is a perfect choice.
Overlooking the golf course, it provides the perfect blend of Provençale charm and state-of-the-art facilities. Having been recently renovated, the Château now offers 19 rooms and 16 suites, along with two fine restaurants. A charming terrace to enjoy some post-round refreshment in this oasis of peace and quiet will only enhance your experience at the stunning Opio.