|Advices of the Portugal Tourism Office
» In the Algarve, next to Costa Vicentina Natural Park, admire the 5th hole of Parque da Floresta, one of the prettiest raised tees.
» Still in the Algarve, at the Ocean Course, you'll be forgiven for spending a few moments gazing at the beach with its white sand and clear sea.
» At Quinta da Ria, deep inside the Ria Formosa Natural Park in the Algarve, marvel at the sheer variety of birdlife.
» Close to the romantic town of Sintra in the Lisbon region, face the challenge of the Atlantic course at the Penha Longa.
» In Estoril, don't miss the Oitavos Championship Golf Course, with a view of one of the most spectacular stretches of sand in the country - the Guincho beach.
» The Praia d'El Rey, north of Lisbon, is set on a particularly scenic stretch of the Atlantic coast. Nearby, you can also visit the Berlengas Isles Maritime Reserve or the famous town of Óbidos.
» In Tróia, south of the Capital, close to Sesimbra, course designer Robert Trent Jones built one of his most famous golf courses by the sea. Its fairways are banked by the sand dunes next to the beach.
» At Palheiro Golf in Madeira, near the centuries-old gardens of Quinta do Palheiro (just 15 minutes from Funchal), lush vegetation blends with exceptional views.
» Playing golf in the Ilha Terceira in the Azores is a unique experience due to the contrast between the dark volcanic sands in the bunkers, and the blue azaleas bordering the course.
» In Ponte de Lima, located in the northern region near Porto, test the percision of your shots among centuries-old pine trees and eucalyptus.
Palheiro Golf in Madeira
Penha Longa Atlantic Course
Ocean Course - Vale do Lobo