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The golf in Portugal will surely be remembered by everyone who played here, and they will certainly have a desire to come here again. Reasons? Excellent fields against the background of scenic landscapes, mild climate throughout the year, hospitality and hospitality of highly skilled professionals.

In Portugal, there are about eighty fields with the most different routes and levels of difficulty. However, the most difficult task in the game – the ability not to be distracted by the beauty and splendor of the surrounding landscapes and the ability to concentrate on the game. Here you will find green lawns overlooking the ocean, bordered by steep cliffs and white sand dunes. There are also greenery in the frame of lakes and mountains, in which the smells of flowers and herbs are so interwoven that they almost can not be distinguished.

Many of the fields are designed by renowned architects, such as Henry Cotton, Rocky Rockhammer, or Arnold Palmer. All of them combine the quality of the environment and harmonious inclusion in the landscape.

The fields built in the Algarve and along the coast of Lisbon are the most popular among the experienced players, several times they were awarded international awards. Along with the fields of Madeira, located in a mountainous landscape, they serve as a venue for major competitions among professionals. In the Azores there are also fields for rural golf, in which the game takes place in rural areas. But in Porto and in the north of the country, where its history began, Espinho is the second-largest field built in the continental part of Europe.

The main golf courses in the area of ​​Lisbon: Quinta da Marinha – Oitavos, Penha Longa, Pelas Clube de Campo, Aroeira I & II, Troia, Praia Del Rey

Main Golf Course Algarve: Almancial – Quinta do lago, Near Tavira – Monte Rei, Albufeira – Pine Cliffs, Vilamoura – The Old Course, Vilamoura – Millennium, Vilamoura -Victoria, Vilamoura – Laguna, Vilamoura – Vila Sol, Lagos – Palmeiras, Ria Formosa – Quinta da Ria & Quinta

Major Golf Courses in northern Portugal: Vidago Palace, Amarante Quinta da Deveza, Ponte de Lima


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