Kilometres of long strands of beaches bathed by an immense sea, at the south of the River Tagus, border golf courses designed by famous architects such as Rocky Roquemore, Frank Pennink and Robert Trent Jones.
Part of a huge tourist complex, Aroeira II is the first golf course in Portugal to use type Penn A2 grass, which can be cut to a height of 2 mm, which makes its vast greens, some more than 700 m2, truly fast and challenging. The difficulty increases with the length of the course, with bunkers on the fairways, and five large lakes, which will often force you to hit your ball over the water.
In Tróia, in an area of natural beauty between the estuary of the River Sado and the sea, the magnificent golf links have the famous par 4 (hole 3) which Robert Trent Jones included in the 18 holes of his ideal golf course. Surrounded by pine groves, its narrow fairways and greens are well protected by strategically placed bunkers.
To regain your strength, remember that this is a wine region which also boasts the famous Azeitão cheese and where fresh fish features prominently in the cuisine.