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Golf

Golf

Lisbon is famous around the world for the brightness of its light and the depth of its blues. But it is the vibrant green of the fields which enthrals those who come to the region to pursue their favourite hobby. With over 20 courses spread around scenery as different as it is stimulating, you can improve your handicap in the shadow of hills with a view of the sea or even amid aromatic pinewoods. If you add in lots of sun and a mild temperature throughout the year, you have the perfect conditions to book your holidays now and discover the courses awaiting you around the city.  


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Aroeira I
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Only 25 km from Lisbon, located in a protected pine woodland and close to the coastal town of Caparica, Aroeira is a unique estate comprising of two golf courses.


Aroeira II
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Opened in 2000, designed by Donald Steel and built to exacting European Tour recommendations, Aroeira II compliments its older sister well.


Clube de Golfe do Paço do Lumiar
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The Paço do Lumiar golf course is a unique 9 holes course located in the centre of Lisbon. A great place to play a challenging round, without losing the whole day.


Golf do Estoril
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Architect: Mackenzie Ross Estoril Golf Course is 25 minutes away from Lisbon and just 3 from restaurants, hotels, casino and Estoril beach. The Estoril Championship Course started in 1929 and redesigned in 1936 by Mackenzie Ross. It is known as


Guardian Bom Sucesso Golf
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The golf course, with breathtaking views as you play among lakes and strategic bunkers, has 18 holes, par 72, and was designed by the famous Donald Steel.