Terre Blanche

Terre Blanche

Looking to make a bang with your next golf trip? Then have we got the spot for you.

The Terre Blanche Spa & Golf Resort in Provence, France, ticks all the boxes for an incredible getaway featuring two Dave Thomas-designed championship 18-hole golf courses, a 35,000-sq. ft. world-class spa, fine dining, pools and jacuzzis, a tennis club, and a ton of great activities.


Spread over more than 750 acres, Terre Blanche offers spacious, well-appointed guest suites and villas that include separate living rooms, oversized bathrooms, private terraces, private jacuzzis or pools, Internet access, and air conditioning.

Dining will definitely be a highlight of your experience as the resort is known for its delicious and innovative restaurants. From the Michelin Star-awarded French dining at Le Faventia to brunch at Le Gaudina to lunch by the pool at Le Tousco to a quick pre- or post-round meal at Les Caroubiers, everyone meal at Terre Blanche is certain to be a highlight.


Le Château: The challenging par-72, 7,235-yard course features many water hazards and rewards not only length but accuracy. Difficult greens and pin placements plus tree-lined fairways and penalizing bunkers await golfers. In 2017, Le Château was ranked 14th by Golf World Magazine for the UK’s Best Courses in Continental Europe.

Le Riou: Set upon a hillside overlooking the hilltop villages of the Pays de Fayence, the par-72, 6,567-yard Le Riou course – open to Club Members, their guests and guests of the hotel – in contrast to Le Château challenges golfers to think their way around the layout awarding strategy and precision. The course offers beautiful scenery as well as tricky bunkers, slick undulating greens.

The resort also offers a great practice facility and training center with nearly 70 hitting bays and three putting greens.

Terre Blanche offers a bunch of great golf packages that include golf, accommodations, spa access, and dining.

Buddy Trip Cost


Travel (by car)

45 minutes from Cannes, 1 hour from Nice, 2 hours from Marseille






Le Chateau Course: Dave Thomas (2004); Le Riou Course: Dave Thomas (2004)