Golfing in PortugalPortugal has everything you could wish for in a golfing holiday. World famous championship golf courses and a beautiful winter climate make the Algarve and Lisbon coasts a mecca for UK golfers, who flock here to escape the dreary winter weather and rain soaked golf courses at home in order to enjoy a Portugal golf break in the sun. The Costa de La Luz, although technically a part of Spain, is just across the border and golfers here have easy access to the courses of the eastern Algarve.
Golf Holidays in the Algarve
Justly famous for its scenery, Portugal's southern coast, one hundred miles long with beautiful beaches washed by clean Atlantic waters and sheltered by honey coloured cliffs is rich in sunshine, history and charm.
The Algarve has a golf holiday resort to suit the tastes of every golfer.
Vilamoura is a big favourite with many, because of the close proximity of 5 great courses and the excellent choice of bars and restaurants within walking distance of the great value hotels.
Golf Breaks in Lisbon
With every year that passes,the coastal area surrounding the cosmopolitan and sophisticated city of Lisbon is growing in popularity as a golfing holiday venue, and its not too hard to figure out why. This region of Portugal is studded with an ample number of very fine courses, with some great new ones having opened in recent years.
The big bonus for the holiday golfer, however, is that the courses here are much quieter than those of the Algarve and the Costa del Sol, and just as important, the golf in this area offers great value for money. The climate is slightly cooler than the Algarve during the winter months, but in autumn, spring and early-summer the weather is great for golfing and this area really comes into its own.
Golfing Breaks in the Costa de La Luz
Just over the border in Spain, the golf courses and hotels of the Costa de La Luz are within easy reach of Faro airport, which is why we include this area in our Algarve offering. Golfers staying in this area have a great choice of courses both in Spain and the Eastern Algarve.