As one of the most exciting golf destinations in latest years, Lisbon has become a jewel between golf holiday makers. With a host of top quality golf courses, you will be spoilt for choice! Those seeking some Championship golf should experience Oitavos Dunes, which is a current venue on the European Tour, located a short distance from there is Quinta da Marinha which has hosted Challenge Tour events.
The thing we love most about the Lisbon Coast is the welcome it provides. The locals treat you like you're one of their own, and we always feel that we're enjoying an up market lifestyle without overtaxing our pocket.
The golf is great, the beaches are blissful, but there's a great deal more here too. Estoril and Cascais are the places the discerning Portuguese visit to play golf, relax, enjoy the scenery and savour the superb local cuisine. What's more, you're just a short drive away from the elegance and sophistication of Lisbon.
Sesimbra lies at the heart of the Costa Azul and is a delightful unspoilt Portuguese resort where you can sample the local culture and enjoy some first class golf.
If, like us, you're always looking for new golfing experiences, you'll like the sound of a new area of the Lisbon Coast that we've only recently discovered.
About an hour's drive from the airport, the scenery changes dramatically as you enter the Estremadura region. We loved its dense forests and the breathtaking views of the Serra dos Candeeiros Mountains. The coast is wilder here too, combining natural beauty with small fishing bays and towering cliffs. All this adds a tremendous variety to your golf holidays.
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