Located 1.9 miles from Costa de Caparica beach, this hotel offers tranquility and beauty within its grounds offering its guests a unique experience away from the city. Perfect for your Portuguese golf trip.
One of our top picks in Costa da Caparica.Located in the historic village of Capuchos. It has an expansive spa, indoor and outdoor pools and 2 restaurants. The hotel features a golf course.
The modern rooms at the Aldeia dos Capuchos Golf & SPA include a balcony, cable TV and a tea/coffee maker. The private bathrooms include luxurious amenities. There are also apartments with a seating area and kitchen. Some rooms have ocean or pool views. Free WiFi is available in the entire hotel.
Guests can enjoy Portuguese and Mediterranean cuisine at the Terraço Al-Madan Restaurant, which features panoramic views from the terrace. The Capuchos also has a pool bar serving exotic cocktails and other refreshing drinks.
Relaxation options at the hotel include a hot tub, a Turkish bath and a sauna. There is also a modern gym featuring cardiovascular equipment and free weights.
Aldeia dos Capuchos Golf & SPA is a 15-minute drive from Lisbon city centre and a 20-minute drive from Portela Airport. Free private parking is available onsite.
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Lisbon Golf Holidays
Lisbon Golf Holidays. Book your golf holidays Portugal in beautiful Lisbon. The Lisbon coast also has some great hotels that provide high quality accommodation for Lisbon golf holidays. With its scenic beauty and the year-round sunshine. Lisbon has everything going for it as a great golfing holiday destination. Great reason why it plays host
Great golf courses on the Lisbon Coast include:
Quinta da Marinha
The golf course borders on the coast of Guincho and conveys one of the greatest impressions of Portugal. Robert Trent Jones Sr. has here created on a flat area, mostly overgrown with stocks of stone pines, a master piece of the Portuguese golf sport. The most spectacular hole is most likely hole 3, par 4, with a length of 334 m, which takes course towards the sea.
The golf course is situated in immediate proximity of the Golf Course Quinta da Marinha. The club house is very modern and tastefully furnished wand offers large-scale windows with impressive views on the course and the Atlantic Ocean. The feeling of the game on this course is influenced by the steady presence of the Atlantic Ocean, which can be seen from every green.
The outstanding course is situated in the middle of a nature reserve between Sintra and Cascais. The first and last three holes are situated in a valley, lined by pine trees and granite rocks. The holes 6 to 13 spread over a hill and over a wide view on the environment. Penha Longa is concordantly called one of the Portugal's best course by professional golfers.
Estoril Golf Club
This course ranks among the oldest and most known golf courses of Portugal. Numerous Portugal Open took place here and many champions, from Max Faulkner to Seve Ballesteros, have played here. Internationally renowned this course got because of its location near the luxurious seaside resort Estoril. The pine and eucalyptus trees were together with uneven area the optimally used in order to create a sportily challenging course.
The verdant foothills of the Sintra Mountains offer a breath-taking backdrop for the Quinta da Beloura Golf Course. Here the famous American golf course architect Rocky Roquemore has conceived a course that will stretch both your imagination and ability yet provide an enjoyable challenge to golfers of all levels.
Over 40,000 Eucalyptus, Oak, Pine, Magnolia, Palm and other exotic trees and plants have been planted on this gently undulating Par 73, 18-hole course that measures 5,846 metres from the Men’s Tees and 4,952 from the Ladies Tees. Water comes into play on many of the holes as they meander between the various lakes and streams that border the Fairways. The course is irrigated automatically from its own water supplies, guaranteeing crisp lies on lush fairways and true, holding greens from a green sward of creeping bents.
Belas Club de Campos
Situated between the mountains of the Serra da Carragueira, this golf course offers beautiful views on the Sintra mountains, the Palácia da Pena to the Cap Espichel south if the Tejo. The first nine holes take course through untouched nature, the second pass several houses, which belong to the course. Hundreds of trees, mostly stone pines were planted and offer a picturesque frame of the fairways and greens.
Lisbon Sports Club
The course originally only had 14 holes and was only later on expanded to 18 holes. Situated in the close vicinity to Lisbon it is embedded in the romantic environment and demands because of its numerous water hazards, which influence the game at 12 holes, skills and strategy.
Located 30 minutes drive from Lisbon city and framed by the Arrábida Natural Park, Quinta do Peru Golf & Country Club is a beautifully crafted design by Rocky Roquemore and is rated among the ‘Top 100 courses in Continental Europe’ in the prestigious Golf World magazine ranking.
Opened in 1994, the parkland layout meanders through verdant pines and provides a 6,640-yard, par 72 test, with astute bunkering and true-rolling, quick greens that will offer a good examination of any putting stroke.
Practice facilities are first-class and, as such, are a popular draw for visiting golf schools from central and northern Europe.
A large and welcoming clubhouse features a pro shop, restaurant, bar and a sun terrace, in order to take full advantage of the famous Portuguese sunshine.
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 and a host of impressive mansions.
Designed by Frank Pennink and opened in 1973, Aroeira I was affectionately christened the ‘Wentworth of Lisbon’ by the UK press and it is easy to see why.
Played through tall avenues of pine forest and surrounded by wildlife and nature, the golf course plays to 6,650 yards and demands accuracy and placement off the tee in order to maximise opportunities to hit the target greens in regulation.
The course was the venue for the Portuguese Open in 1996 and 1997 and, in addition to staging several Ladies’ European Tour events, played host to the prestigious European Men’s Club Trophy in 2013.
Aroeira’s mild climate allows playing golf along all year. Apart from the quality of two 18 holes championship golf courses, Aroeira offers self catering apartments for rent, a tropical swimming pool, tennis courts and a shopping area with restaurant, supermarket among other shops.
Aroeira is in the top 100 courses of the continental of Europe raking by Golf World magazine.
Opened in 2000, designed by Donald Steel and built to exacting European Tour recommendations, Aroeira II compliments its older sister well.
Visitors will enjoy the distinct tranquil and serene Aroeira environment but will discover a course that possesses a few more thrills and spills along the way.
At more than 7,000 yards from the back tees, Aroeira II bares its teeth with water in play on no fewer than nine holes and large, undulating greens testing the putter to the maximum.
It has hosted the Ladies European Tour Qualifying School and several ladies Portuguese Opens.
Once described as the ‘Valderrama of Portugal’, Ribagolfe I provides a superb test of golf in a unique and natural setting 40 minutes from Lisbon.
Designers Peter Townsend and European Golf Design were blessed with a beautiful piece of virgin cork oak forest and have created a layout which would grace any European Tour event, with superb oversized greens and a length of 7,370 yards from the back tees.
Narrow landing areas also play with the mind for long and straight hitters.
Ribagolfe I has hosted the first stage of the European Tour Qualifying School since 2009.
A shorter test than its sibling Ribagolfe I but still measuring more than 6,800 yards, Ribagolfe II was designed by former Ryder Cup player Michael King in colaboration with European Tour Design.
Blessed with the same indigenous cork oak canvas, King has crafted a more forgiving but equally appealing golf course with wider fairways and landing areas. The huge, moderately contoured greens, however, provide a stiff test if you’re to score well here.
Both Ribagolfe courses are set within a forest of cork oak trees and the design makes full use of the sweeping undulations of the site, providing many spectacular golf holes across valleys and lakes.
You can be sure that you will be surrounding by nothing but nature around you.
Designed by Donald Steel and opened in 2004, Santo Estêvão is set in the fertile rolling landscape of the Northern Alentejo region and serves up a par-73 course which is laid out over 72 hectares and plays to more than 7,000 yards.
With well-designed, strategically-placed bunkers and greens, the 18-hole course offers a layout that will challenge golfers of all abilities and the gently undulating land makes for an easy, pleasant walk.
This scenery is complemented by areas of natural vegetation, with the golden tones of dry herbs to contrast with the varied colours of spring flowers.
Santo Estêvão is located close to Ribagolfe and little more than 40 minutes drive from Lisbon.
Situated in Oeiras and surrounded by the most important business centres of Portugal, this 3,515-yard 9-hole course offers players an enjoyable and challenging golf experience in a quiet and secluded setting just 10 minutes away from the busy streets of Lisbon.
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