Stay 7 nights at the luxury Hotel The Oitavos 5* in Cascais, and play 5 rounds of golf: 2 rounds at Oitavos Dunes and 3 rounds of golf at choice (1 round on each only) at Quinta da Marinha, Penha Longa, Estoril, Belas or Lisbon Sports Club.
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The Quinta da Marinha Golf Course, in Cascais, has 18 holes with 5.870 meters of pure nature and big challenges. This par 71, designed by the legendary Robert Trent Jones, offers fantastic views over the Atlantic Ocean and the Sintra Mountains. In this course you can really see the style of Robert Trent Jones in the elevated Greens & Tees, many bunkers in play and, as expected, some water hazards.
Every hole is different, you will have to use all the clubs in the bag and play with strategy to make a good score.
Ranked in the top 30 Courses in Continental Europe, the 27-hole course at Penha Longa Resort designed by the famed Robert Trent Jones, Jr. is escapist golf at its best.
With its bold drives, courageous approaches and artful greens, it is both an adrenalin rush and a soothing journey through one of Portugal's most inspiring landscapes. Exciting at every turn, this championship challenge and host to the Portuguese Open, is a master test of variety and thrills.
Penha Longa Golf courses offer three different circuits: Atlantic Championship, Atlantic North and Atlantic South, providing completely different experiences throughout the amazing hills of Sintra and Penha Longa Resort.
The Oitavos Dunes Golf course is an 18 hole course located to the west of the town of Cascais. Oitavos Dunes is a course that lies close to the coast and the fairways present constant views of the Atlantic Ocean. The course architect Arthur Hills has created a layout to take advantage of its environment and the sea views with fairways meandering the pinewood forest. Oitavos Dunas is a championship golf course and has been the host of the European Tour Portugal Open more than once.
Estoril Golf Club dates back to 1929 in its first nine-hole version and it was built by Fausto de Figueiredo, the gambling concessionaire at the Estoril Casino. In the new design, the former 9th hole disappeared, and an alteration was made to the fairway of the 13th hole - the famous Patiño’s hole - that now has a dogleg to the right and the second shot is played from the area where the old green was located. The green is now on a higher level. With the disappearance of the 9th hole it was necessary to build another hole, which is now number 13, a par 3 of 160 metros in length.|Finally, the 16th hole has a re-designed green but it is still a par 3, 186 metres long, but 15 metres shorter than the previous one, and it is considered by many players to be one of the best holes in Portugal .
The luxurious 5-star The Oitavos Hotel is located 5km from central Cascais and combines ultramodern design with an untouched natural location within the Sintra-Cascais Natural Park. Lisbon is a 30-minute drive away as well, and the popular Praia do Guincho beach is a mere 5 minutes away by car.
Portuguese architect José Amaral Anahory has come up with an uncompromisingly modern construction of steel and glass flooded with natural light, The Oitavos has 142 unusually spacious rooms and suites with full-height glass doors onto a large balcony. They all feature comfortable extra long beds, 2 flat-screen satellite TVs and a Nespresso coffee machine.
Facilities: 2 restaurants ( Ipsylon Lounge & Verbasco); Bar; Full-service spa (offers natural and organic treatment products and a holistic approach to wellness); 24-hour fitness centre, sport facilities (tennis court, Padel, Squash, group fitness classes, fitness academy and a semi-olimpic indoor pool; heated (from May to September) outdoor salt-water swimming pool.