English Golf Courses

Golf citrus Hammamet the first 45-hole complex in tunisia


An international golf concept created around seven lakes in a 170-hectare area with olive trees and forests.

The golf complex is located only a few minutes away from the Bay of Hammamet. The course, designed by Ronald Fream, makes full use of the natural characteristics of the area with the slightly undulating ground of the olive grove and the steep hills of the forest. The courses are both relaxing and stimulating for players of all levels, two 18-hole Championship courses, par 72. ‘Les Oliviers’ course 6,106m (men) and 5,290m (ladies) and ‘La Forêt’ course 6,066m (men) and 5,235m (ladies).

The Golf Citrus clubhouse has been completely renovated and is located on the beautiful hills overlooking the city of Hammamet, placed in a beautiful context of palms on top of a hill which overlooks the surrounding landscape. The luxurious clubhouse in its appearance recalls the traditional architecture of the country, while the interiors are decorated in a minimal style. A welcoming reception, a front office, a hall, a snack bar, a well-stocked pro shop and restaurant/bar are located inside the clubhouse. From the spacious terraces, you can enjoy the wonderful view of the green (from holes 9 to 18, La Forêt) and the enchanting surrounding landscape. The locker rooms, caddy master and golf equipment for hire are located on the ground floor.

Guests staying at the shareholder hotels benefit from a free shuttle service as well as preferential green fee rates.

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