|Quinta da Beloura, with
fine views over the Sintra mountain range and a course surrounded by trees
on flat terrain, provides a very pleasurable game of golf.
Text provided by the
Portuguese Tourist Office
This is one of the newest
golf courses built on the Estoril coast, set in a 60 hectare area halfway
between Cascais and Sintra. It was designed by Rocky Roquemore of the United
The Quinta da Beloura course
forms part of a residential development; it is very flat and so provides
a pleasurable but not exhausting game.
Its eighteen holes, with
excellent views over the Sintra mountain range, extend over 5,817 metres
for a Par 73.
Along the fairways more than
40,000 trees have been planted. Oaks, pines, palm trees, cedars and magnolias
all create a beautiful green landscape.
Several lakes help to create
an enchanting scenery. These lakes are also the spots where golfers will
experience greater difficulties.
The parallel holes 16 and
17 have narrow fairways with a lake between them, requiring very accurate
At the eighteenth hole, a
384 metres Par 4, the green is hidden behind the largest lake, which creates
an exciting and beautiful finish to your game.