Simply Southern Music & Golf

Begins in New Orleans, Louisiana and ends in Memphis, Tennessee

  • 15 Days / 14 Nights
  • All year round
  • Round trip scheduled flights
  • Intermediate 4 door car hire, including insurances and satellite navigation
  • Accommodations as stated
  • Personalised Road Book

From £3097 per person based on twin occupancy of Standard rooms in low season. Other prices are available on request.

One way drop off charge of $150 (plus tax) on car hire is not included and payable locally.

Day 2

New Orleans

Welcome to the ‘Big Easy’. Today, you have a full day to explore the city. Visit the French Quarter, stroll along the narrow streets, visit the jazz clubs and experience Creole and Cajun cooking at its best. Ride the famed ‘Streetcar named Desire’, walk through the historic garden district or take a paddlewheeler on the Mississippi River.

Sightseeing in New Orleans

Hyatt Centric French Quarter
Day 3, 4

Point Clear

166mi / 267km

This morning’s short drive along the coastline brings you into Alabama and the impressive Grand Hotel Marriott Resort Golf Club & Spa. Spend two nights enjoying the resort’s two fabulous golf courses, relaxing in the European-style spa and swimming in one of the resort’s two outdoor pools. If you can pull yourself away from the resort there are many attractions close by.

Grand Hotel Marriott Resort, Golf Club & Spa
Day 5


112mi / 180km

Your journey today takes you along historic Route 10, into the western Florida Panhandle. Skirting along the coast, you may choose to stop in Pensacola before arriving at your beach resort in Destin. Spend the afternoon relaxing on the beach or explore more of Florida’s breathtaking coastline and small towns.

Hilton Sandestin Beach, Golf Resort & Spa
Day 6


186mi / 299km

Journeying northwest, today you venture back into Alabama. We suggest a stop at Monroeville, home of Harper Lee, author of ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’, before arriving in Montgomery. Whilst in the state capital, perhaps visit the Rosa Parks Museum and learn more about the Civil Rights Movement and tour the King Memorial Baptist Church where Martin Luther King Jr. preached his message of hope and brotherhood.

Renaissance Montgomery Hotel & Spa
Day 7, 8

Hoover & Birmingham

84mi / 135km

Just a short journey today through the central region of Alabama to the rolling hills and beautiful scenery of Birmingham’s countryside. Sitting in the quaint town of Hoover, Renaissance Ross Bridge Golf Resort boasts the third longest golf course in the world. This Robert Trent Jones Course is surrounded by sweeping hills and offers challenging holes. Away from the courses, stimulate your senses at the spa or relax by the signature pool. A visit to the state’s largest city, Birmingham, offers attractions including The Civil Rights Institute, Barber Vintage Motorsport’s Museum and Kelly Ingram Park.

Sightseeing in Birmingham

Renaissance Birmingham Ross Bridge Golf Resort & Spa
Day 9, 10


126mi / 203km

Today it’s on to the northern tip of Alabama and the last of its superb resorts. Set in the Tennessee River Valley, Marriott Shoals Hotel & Spa has retained the area’s beauty in the design of the resort. Just minutes from the hotel are two Robert Trent Jones Trail courses which attract players of all levels and skill. Take a trip to the Alabama Music Hall of Fame, WC Handy’s Birthplace and Museum and the Frank Lloyd Wright Rosenbaum House.

Sightseeing in Florence

Marriott Shoals Hotel & Spa
Day 11, 12


122mi / 196km

Cross the border into Tennessee, and head toward the home of Country Music. During your stay in Nashville visit the Grand Ole Opry, the Wildhorse Saloon and the Ryman Auditorium. A paddlewheeler cruise down the Cumberland River offers the sights of the waterway’s historic heritage and is great fun. If you have time for shopping drop by Opry Mills, combining outlet and boutique shopping opportunities.

Sightseeing in Nashville

Gaylord Opryland Resort
Day 13, 14


215mi / 346km

Switching from country music to the home of the blues, today brings you to Memphis. See the city and the great Mississippi River from Big River Crossing, the country’s longest public pedestrian bridge across the Mississippi. Each evening from sundown to 10pm there’s an hourly ‘Mighty Lights’ show where the bridge comes alive with a dynamic colour show featuring over 100,000 lights. No one should ever visit Memphis without going to Graceland where the Lisa Marie airplane can also be viewed, and Sun Studios, where Elvis recorded some of his earliest music.  Another ‘must do’ is Beale Street and if you find yourself in Memphis on a Wednesday evening, it’s ‘Bike night on Beale’ so you’ll see hundreds of proud Harley (as well as many other makes of bike) owners showing their bikes for you to enjoy.

Sightseeing in Memphis

The Peabody
Day 15

Time for some last minute shopping or sightseeing before making your way to Memphis Airport, to return your rental car and check-in for your flight back to the UK.

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