In the famous coastal resort of Estoril, the Estoril course designed by Mackenzie Ross was established in 1836, the. It was on this course that in 1974 Steve Ballesteros played his first competition outside Spain, when he was 17 years old. The unevenness of the ground, combined with the pines and eucalyptuses, test your technique more than your distance.
The Quinta da Marinha private residential complex in Cascais provides you with a course on flat ground with spectacular views over the sea and the Serra de Sintra mountains. With five pars 5 and six pars 3, set amongst pine groves, hole 13 is the most spectacular, a par 4 of 339 metres that slopes down towards the sea, and ends on a green which is set against the backdrop of the sea.
Between Estoril and Sintra, the Quinta da Beloura course is set on flat ground, having the Serra de Sintra as a backdrop. The forty thousand trees of the most varied species scattered throughout the course form a green band, broken up by the various lakes throughout the course. The cosmopolitanism of the region will make you feel part of it.