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Pedra D'el Rey Golfcourse
Belas Clube de Campo

Surrounded by great natural richness and strong historic tradition, this area is situated in a privileged area, a triangle between Lisbon, Sintra and Cascais, providing views of rare landscape beauty such as Cape Espichel and Palacio da Pena in the distance. Every detail was involved in adapting architectural excellence into the surrounding landscape, inviting you to an area of relaxation and leisure where time lingers and every moment can be savoured in a most unique way.
Participating in outdoor activities with the whole family and playing an invigorating game of golf with friends makes Belas Clube de Campo a special place where you will want to live.

The golf course at Belas Clube de Campo is a “Championship Golf Course” incorporating an excellent layout with fairways and greens situated in deep valleys providing exceptional views of the local landscape. The course offers a total golfing experience pleasing everyone no matter what their handicap. It demands technique and strategy and is recognised nationally and internationally as one of the best golf courses in Portugal.

Estoril Golf Club

Internationally famous for its location near the luxurious beach resort of Estoril, the Estoril Championship Golf Course is situated 25 min. away from Lisbon and just 3 min. away from the centre of Estoril. The Estoril golf course was designed by Mackenzie Ross and is known as one of the oldest and most emblematic club in Portugal.

Since the opening of the Estoril Golf Course in 1936, a number of alterations and improvements have been made to its original layout.  Overlooking Estoril and the sea, the 5262 meter long course is set amongst eucalyptus, pine and mimosa trees, giving it a uniquely colourful touch. The architect and the successive green keepers have made excellent use of these various trees which, together with the uneven terrain, make the Estoril Golf Course challenging in terms of accuracy rather than distance. The Estoril Golf Course demands excellent tactics. The visually stunning par 3 holes, although they vary in length, all pose particular challenges. Its hole number 16 is internationally well known, a Par 3 of 184 meters.

Lisbon Sports Club

Established in 1880 by English residents of Lisbon, it was only in 1964 that the club took up its permanent home, the Casal da Carregueira, which is in Belas, some 15 kilometres from Lisbon.  The course, which originally had only 14 holes, has recently been enlarged to 18 holes. Its overall length is now 5,278 metres for a Par 69.  Crossed by a stream that influences the game on at least 12 holes, the round starts out with a Par 3. A number of difficulties - woods to the left, stream on the right, and bunkers on both sides - challenge the player even with his first shot. Then, before the golfer is properly warmed up, he has to face another Par 3, though this time with even greater difficulties because of its 180 metre length. Up until the final hole, (a tricky Par 4 crossed in the middle by a stream) the player can enjoy unforgettable contact with nature, and admire the cypresses, the eucalilpti and wild flowers, while at the same time facing up to shots that tax the imagination.

The original house on the property has been converted into the clubhouse. Its colonial style is very welcoming, and from its terrace one can see the fairways of holes 5 and 18.

Oitavos Golf Club

Oitavos golf is located in the Natural Park situated between Cascais and the hills of Sintra, it is a course that has been designed to take advantage of its environment and the sea views through the pine wood forest surrounding the holes. Along with the superb design of the course and its immaculate condition, this is one of Lisbon’s finest courses. The course offers fantastic facilities and is well known for the many well placed hazards to ensure golfers of all levels are challenged.

Pehan Longa Golf Courses

Ranked in the top 30 Courses in Continental Europe, The Atlantic Course designed by the famed Robert Trent Jones jr, is escapist golf at its best.

With its bold drives, courageous approaches and artful greens, it is both an adrenalin rush and a soothing journey through one of Portugal's most inspiring landscapes. The opening holes and the final flourish share a wooded vale in the shadow of the rocky mountains, while others arc and plunge over scented hillsides. Exciting at every turn, this championship test and host to the Portuguese Open, is a master of variety and thrills.

Atlantic Golf Course
The Atlantic Course is an 18-hole, par 72, championship course of 6,290 meters, offering a challenging course with breathtaking views over the ocean with Estoril and Cascais to the South and the Sintra hills to the North. Penha Longa’s Atlantic golf course has played host to numerous competitions including the Portuguese Open. The prestigious IAGTO meeting was held at Penha Longa in December 2004.
Handicap limit: Men - 28; Ladies - 36

Monastery Golf Course  
The Monastery Course is a nine-hole, par 35 course of 2,588 meters. This course spreads around the historical heart of the resort and is the perfect complement to The Atlantic Course, ideal for guests who arrive in the late afternoon but who would still like to play a round of golf.
Handicap limit: Men - 36; Ladies - 36


Beloura Golf Course

The verdant foothills of the Sintra Mountains offer a breathtaking backdrop for the Pestana Beloura Golf Course. Here the famous American golf course architect Rocky Roquemore has conceived a course that will stretch both your imagination and ability yet provide an enjoyable challenge to golfers of all levels.

Over 40,000 eucalyptus, oak, pine, magnolia, palm and other exotic trees and plants have been planted on this gently undulating Par 72, 18 hole course that measures 5,573 metres from the Men's Tees and 5,173 from the Women's Tees. Water comes into play on many of the holes as they meander between the various lakes and streams that border the Fairways.
On the 7th, there is a lake that eats into the fairway so it is necessary to make the carry and then play a strategic shot short of the stream crossing the fairway 100 meters from the green.  The shot from the 17th Tee demands accuracy to find the fairway that threads its way between the lake on the left and out of bounds on the right. Whilst accuracy is at a premium, the Tee shot should be of sufficient length to enable the putting surface to be reached with a probing long iron.

Quinta da Marinha

Between city and nature, between the beach and the mountain, Hotel Quinta da Marinha Resort - located in the excellent area of Cascais / Sintra, a mere 25 km from Lisbon - is the perfect setting for a game of golf. Discover one of the finest Resorts in Portugal.  The Hotel Quinta da Marinha Resort is the ideal place to close major business, play golf and live unforgettable moments, while finding luxury and comfort in the outdoors.

"Officially Recommended Resort of the Professional Golfers Associations of Europe" - The PGA Europe
The golf course at Quinta da Marinha has 18 holes with 5.870 metres of unadulterated nature surroundings and major challenges. Designed by the legendary Robert Trent Jones Senior, this par 71 has great views to Atlantic Ocean and Sintra Mountains.  The area, Lisbon Golf Coast, won the IAGTO Award in 2007 - Best Established Golfing Destination Europe. Challenge your friends for a little play-off or enjoy the services of our resident PGA Pro. The main thing is to practice your sport of choice in gorgeous natural surroundings.

Estoril & Cascais

Lisbon Blue Coast Region
Bom Sucesso Golf Course

Opened in September of 2008 the course stretches along the length of the Resort around its development and other facilities. The first nine holes are played over level terrain but the second nine are constructed on hilly land which makes for very interesting holes and views. The green surfaces have interesting and challenging undulation without being too severe. The bunkers have faces and are shaped with choppy and gnarled features rather than taking a very smooth appearance. Designed by the world-renowned architect Donald Steel, it’s an 18-hole Championship Golf course that stretches along the length of the resort with an area exceeding 600 thousand sqm. The proximity of the sea and Óbidos lagoon, not to mention the golf course itself, afford each allotment and the housing lots fantastic views which benefit from the extension and the natural beauty of the surroundings. The first nine holes are played on a level part of the terrain while the second nine are located on uneven terrain, and are therefore quite spectacular.

Campo Real Golf Course

Golf at Campo Real is an outstanding five star experience, home to the 2010 PGA Ladies European Tour.

Donald Steel has created a genuine masterpiece for CampoReal with minimal disruption to the existing landscape, flora and fauna. Set within the natural vegetation, dotted with cork-oak trees and fragrant olive and eucalyptus trees, the course smells almost as good as it looks!

Starting and ending with par 5 holes, the CampoReal golf course plays over a hilly landscape into beautiful valleys. While you enjoy stunning views at the elevated tees, the undulating greens and uphill and downhill drives will be a true test of your judgement and skill. With dramatic changes of level, there are many exciting shots to play – especially from the back tees where the length is just over 6,009 metres. A uniquely challenging 18 hole par 72 golf course, opened since 2005. Nestled sympathetically within stunning Silver Coast surroundings, the 6,009m course meanders up and down the naturally hilly terrain. Dramatic slopes and wooded valleys provide a range of testing shots to challenge and delight golfers each time they play.  The front nine holes are tough – 6th hole is the most difficult. Hole 17 is the most picturesque, providing a brilliant view over the resort and the vineyards as you approach the end of the round.

Golden Eagle Golf Course

Situated near Rio Maior, just 35 minutes drive north of Lisbon, the Golden Eagle is one of the most fascinating and challenging golf courses in Portugal. Set in a natural landscape of rare beauty, where the trees almost touch the edges of the fairways, the course covers 90 hectares, along which golfers must negotiate 9 lakes and 87 large bunkers.

Designed by the U.S. golf course architect, Rocky Roquemore, the course has a layout that typifies the modern American school, with its focus on target golf. The diversity of holes, many of which are truly exceptional, the unusual sizes of the bunkers and the landscaped setting are just some of the features that make this course one of the best designed in Portugal.

With the construction of new tees, which increased the length of the course circuit to 6,623 meters, the Golden Eagle achieved championship status. Today one of the biggest courses in Portugal, it has become even more competitive, presenting a stimulating challenge to golfers who demand a real test, but who like to see their efforts rewarded.

Praia D'el Rey Golf Course

Respected American golf architect, Cabell B. Robinson, viewed being asked to design the 18 hole par 72 championship
Praia Del Rey golf course as the opportunity of a lifetime. It is certainly one of the most picturesque layouts in Europe, set in extensive grounds of pine forest and undulating dunes with spectacular views over the Atlantic. The course is visually stunning and tremendously exciting to play. Because of the endless variations of the terrain you'll never play it the same way twice. Cabell has designed the course to be the complete golfing challenge with bold deep bunkers, undulating greens, and natural sand border areas contrasting sharply with the lush green fairways. The ladies' tees are also far enough forward to make sure that length isn't a problem. Cabell feels very strongly that the course must be fun for everyone to play.
Praia Del Rey, rated 13th best course in Europe (& 80th best course worldwide) by Golf World magazine, has become one of the major golfing destinations in Europe:

Lisbon Blue Coast Region
Aroeira Golf Courses

A great complex close to Lisbon

Herdade da Aroeira is located in a preserved area, 25km from the centre of Lisbon and just 600 meters from the beach. The estate covers 350 hectares, has thousands of pines and several lakes to go with a temperate microclimate.
With the opening of its second course, Aroeira Golf has become the largest golf centre in the Lisbon region as well as an attractive leisure and tourism centre.

Despite the inviting nature of its greens, the Aroeira II Golf Course becomes increasingly difficult as you move from hole number 1 to number 9 (stroke 1), as well as from number 10 to number 18 (stroke 2). Unlike Aroeira I Golf, this newer nr. II course has bunkers on the fairways, some of them in the Scottish style of pot bunkers. But the sand traps are not the only obstacles that have to be taken into account: because of the Aroeira II Golf Course’s five large lakes, water is a fairly constant hazard, particularly at the last nine holes.

The largest of the golf resorts in the Lisbon area Aroeira is one of the foremost golfing destinations in Portugal, often referred to as the "Portuguese Wentworth" thanks to its woodland setting. Frank Pennink designed Aroeira 1 in 1973 and it has since become rated as one of the premier courses in Europe. The course has hosted the Portuguese Open and is a regular venue on the ladies tour.

Montado Golf Course

Although lacking the grandeur of some of its Lisbon neighbours, Montado is pleasant enough, situated in what is unmistakably a wine-growing region. The often wide and flat fairways, lead to relatively small greens, well-protected by adequate bunkering. The back-nine is the better of the two, with more of a parkland feel, real estate less intrusive and views of the stunning castle at Palmela perched on its far-away hill. As it is  a nice warm-up venue before playing the higher ranked golf courses in the Lisbon area.

Quinta do Peru Course

With the Arrabida mountains as its backdrop, the Quinta do Peru Golf Course offers amateurs a pleasant game, whilst also presenting a challenge for professionals. It was voted amongst the top 10 courses in Portugal in the biennial poll organised by the European Golf magazine.With its many trees and wild flowers, the course provides a varied start, for the first three holes consist of a par 5, a 386-metre par 4 and a 186-metre par 3. Amongst the first nine holes, attention is drawn to the short eighth hole, with a lake in front of its green.

The next nine holes are even more difficult. Number 12 is a par 4 which, although not very long, has a lake running beside the fairway and down to the green. Then comes what is probably the most difficult test on the course: hole 16, a 200-metre par 3, where one needs to play over a lake to reach the green.
The course´s recognised quality has led to its hosting several events from the European ChallengeTour.

The friendly family atmosphere makes this club one of the most highly regarded in Portuguese golf, its diversified course offering excellent views over the surrounding countryside.

Ribagolfe Golf Courses

This golfing complex consists of two golf courses, Ribagolfe I and Ribagolfe II, each an 18-hole par 72, 30 minutes drive east of Lisbon city centre.  Both courses are set within a forest of cork oak trees and the design makes full use of the sweeping undulations of the site, providing many spectacular golf holes across valleys and lakes.


Ribagolfe I has been created as a potential tournament venue. The fairly narrow fairway corridors through the cork oaks place the emphasis on accurate shot-making rather than length while large bunkers increase the challenge, particularly around the greens. Ribagolf is considered to be a sensational golf course, in which the natural element becomes an important part of the game and provides fresh challenges for even the most demanding of golfers.


The Ribagolfe II Green Course is unlike its bigger sister as it is mainly designed as a golf course for the Members, although visitors are allowed to play. The holes are laid out over undulating ground with sufficient water hazards and bunkers to challenge most golfers. The fairways are decorated with the typical cork trees famous to the Alentejo region.

Santo Estevão Golf Course

Santo Estevão Golf follows the British School by taking advantage of the existing landscape and fully respecting the environment. The result is a course which blends in with its natural environment, with the golden tones of the natural grasses retained in the rough areas enhanced by brightly coloured spring flowers.
With carefully designed bunkers and greens, the 18-hole course offers a delightful challenge to all standards of golfer. The gently undulating land is ideal for golf and makes for an easy, pleasant walk throughout the course. Conditions around the greens allow players to choose the best recovery shot, from low chip and runs to high pitches. Notable holes are the 3rd with its drive over the first of the course’s two lakes; the 7th, where the second shot is over the second lake, and the11th with an outstanding view of the resort´s large new lake.

Troia Golf Course

Troia Golf Championship Course, designed by the famous American golf architect Robert Trent Jones Snr, is a spectacular links course, and one of the most fascinating golf challenges in Portugal. The course was chosen as the 24th 'best European Golf Course' by 'Golf World' magazine in 2001.  The usual approach to the Troia Golf Championship Course is straight over the Estuary of the Sado River - a pleasant short ferry ride from Setubal to the Peninsula of Troia, a region of great natural beauty near the Atlantic Ocean.

The greens are small with naturally shaped defensive bunkers and hummocks, while the fairways are narrow and hemmed in by sandy dunes and pine trees, providing a genuine test of skill for the lowers handicap golfers together with enjoyment for the more modest players.

The front nine has a run of beautiful sea holes and Trent Jones who was never lost for words when asked to praise his own work, selecting the 3rd hole at Troia, for his dream eclectic course.

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