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The area surrounding Lisbon is now bursting with first-class golf courses. There are established resorts such as Aroeira to the South of the city, while new developments like Campo Real, and particularly Praia D’El Rey to the North, have garnered considerable praise, and have put the region firmly on the golfing map.
 
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Lisbon Golf Holidays
The area surrounding Lisbon is now bursting with first-class golf courses. There are established resorts such as Aroeira to the South of the city, while new developments like Campo Real, and particularly Praia D’El Rey to the North, have garnered considerable praise, and have put the region firmly on the golfing map.
 
The best thing about the Lisbon coast is that you can play a variety of terrific courses and also get a genuine taste of Portugal's great culture.
 
The Portuguese capital of Lisbon is a fantastic choice for a golf holiday in Portugal. The surrounding countryside and suburbs of the capital are teeming with some truly outstanding courses. Plus, with a plentiful choice of luxury hotel and resort accommodation, superb nightlife, excellent transport links, and a plethora of bars and restaurants, there really is no better choice than a Lisbon golf holiday.
 
Lisbon is fast-becoming an established power in Portugal for golf holidays, with the capital attracting many golfers to its suburbs and countryside surroundings to take advantage of great courses that can be found here.
 
What makes Lisbon golf courses truly special is the closeness to nature, the designs are fantastic disguising the fact the bustling city of Lisbon is often only a few minutes away. 

Popular Golf Courses In Lisbon:

Along the shoreline are dotted sublime fishing villages and towns like Cascais and Estoril, while the capital city of Lisbon is a thriving hub of cultural activity where you will experience the vibrant combination produced when the traditional Portuguese charm meets the vitality of a young, up-and-coming urban environment.
 
Lisbon’s exciting landscape has everything you could ask for in a golf holiday; stunning Atlantic beaches, lively cultural attractions and most importantly, some truly outstanding golf. Make Lisbon the destination of your next golf break.
 
Found on the stunning Troia peninsula, the legendary championship course at Troia must be accessed via ferry, golfers across the world will agree it is well worth the journey.
 
Quickly becoming one of Europe’s best layouts since opening in 2001, the majestic course at Oitavos Dunes is now one of the brightest jewels in Lisbon’s ever-growing golfing crown.
 
Made up of a remarkable combination of holes, some working through epic coastal dunes and some lined with pines, Praia D'El Rey is a Portuguese classic and a must-play in Europe.
 

 

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Popular Accommodation In Lisbon:
  • Aldeia Dos Capuchos Golf and Spa.
  • Alfoz Alcochere Hotel.
  • Aqualuz Suite Hotel Troia.
  • Aroeira Apartments.
  • Aroeira Lisbon Hotel, Sea and Golf Resort.
  • Bom Sucesso Resort.
  • Dolce Camporeal Lisboa.
  • Eurostars Cascais.
  • Hotel Baia Cascais.
  • Hotel Quinta Da Marinha Resort.
  • Iberostar Lisboa.
  • Palicio Estroil Hotel, Golf and Spa.
  • Penha Longa Resort.
  • Pestana Cascais.
  • Vila Gale Cascais.

This is the place to be for the most amazing sunsets, bars and restaurants galore and of course, the golf. Courses like Oitavos, Penha Longa and Quinta da Marinha are all within 25 minutes of Cascais and Lisbon.  A little further afield around a 50-minute drive is the wonderful Praia del Rey.

Take a walk along the seaside promenade in Cascais or if staying in Estoril, head to the famous Estoril Casino. This lively region is the ideal golf holiday destination for groups of golfers.  


Tucked away in the Sintra Hills, just a 15-minute drive from Cascais is the Ritz-Carlton owned Penha Longa Resort. It boasts 27-holes of magnificent golf, fine dining and a Six Senses Spa.
 
If it’s a luxury golf break in Portugal you are looking for, this is one of the best!
Lisbon - Weather Guide:

You can golf in Lisbon most times of the year. We recommend visiting the Lisbon region at any time including November to February however during these months it can be cooler. 

Head to Cascais to see the most amazing sunsets. The coastline is outstanding and there’s an excellent choice of bars and restaurants to sit and take in the wonderful views.

 

Travelling To Lisbon:

Lisbon is well connected from most airports in the UK, with many frequent and direct services available. 

Fly direct if you can, to maximise your time on the golf course during your golf holiday in Lisbon.
 
You can fly direct into Lisbon airport with a round abouts flight time of;  2 hours 45 minutes 
 
Transfers are available from Lisbon airport:
 
Estoril – 30 Minutes
Sesimbra – 45 Minutes
Cascais, Obidos and Peniche – 1 Hour
Praia del Rey – 1 Hour 10 Minutes
Transfer times are on an average.
Things To Do In Lisbon:

Lisbon is one of the greatest cities in Portugal, you won’t have to look far for nightlife as you can just dive into the medley of Fado joints and swish coffee shops in the Bairro Alto district. Then, perhaps, you can take in the latest in digital installation art at the Berardo Collection Museum, or go nose to nose with a grimacing shark at the Lisbon Aquarium. Meanwhile, the mysticism of much-vaunted Sintra hides in the nearby hills, while endless stretches of pristine beachfront abound in the peninsulas around the Tagus Estuary and the Atlantic Coast.

If there is just one landmark you visit when touring through the Portuguese capital, make it this one.
 
Soaring high above the seafront of the Lisbon quays, this great tower displays a veritable fusion of architectural styles from the Mudejar to the Moorish, the Gothic to the Romanesque.
 
It has stood watch over the mouth of the Tagus River since its construction under the patronage of Saint John back in the 16th century.
 
Since then, it has risen to become perhaps the most iconic feature of the city, famed as the last sight adventurers like the prodigal Vasco da Gama would have seen as they drifted out into the vast Atlantic Ocean.
 
Like San Francisco in the United States, Lisbon is a city famed for its historic, rattling tram lines.
 
None are more iconic than Tram 28 which has been working its way up the steep, cobbled roads and into the old Alfama district for decades.
 
The journey starts below the palm-spotted hills of Graça, and weaves toward the hair-pin alleys of Escolas Gerais, before pulling up to a halt beneath the gorgeous domes of the Estrela Basilica.
 
The people-watching opportunities from the windows are second-to-none, and you’re bound to discover decades of history as you pass the various majestic palaces and castles along the route.
 
The compact little Alfama District is Lisbon’s answer to the old town centers of Europe’s other ancient capitals.
 
Like the Forum of Rome, it’s hailed as the oldest part of the city, although this one dates back to the Moors of Africa instead of the kings of Latium.
 
Delving into the warren of winding streets and alleys that forms the district is one of the top activities for visitors to Portugal’s capital.
 
As you stroll, great cathedrals like the Lisbon Cathedral and tile-fronted chapels reveal themselves on the corners.
 
There are also the remains of old city walls and hidden squares with al fresco cafes aplenty.

 

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