4 nights + 3 rounds of golf on the Algarve from just £210 pp
The golf courses
Gramacho Golf Course:
18 hole, Par 71 at 6.127 meters and inaugurated in 1992. Designed by Nick Price Gramacho is a championship course for players of all levels. Hosted the Portuguese Ladies Open on a number of occasions. The course offers natural stone outcrops, historical dry stone walling and existing ancient trees with some artfully sculpted lakes and bunkers. The effect provides a wonderful golfing experience.
Vale da Pinta Course:
18 hole, Par 72 at 6.107 meters and inaugurated in 1992. Vale Da Pinta has hosted the European Seniors Tour Qualifying final on eight occasions. The course is known for it outstanding levels of beauty and enjoyment. Designed by Ronald Fream Vale da Pinta has earned its place as one of the Algarve’s best designed golf courses. Players will enjoy lush Bermuda grass, well placed sand bunkers, and greens clad in Pen Cross Bent grass. Not to mention ornamental lakes in a rolling terrain dotted with carob, fig, almond and olive trees, one which is reportedly to be over 1200 years old!
18 Hole course, Par 70 at 5.615 meters in length and inaugurated in 2006. Located in a serene spot at the foot of Monchique mountain. A challenging course from the start, your drive on hole one will flirt with water hazards on both flanks. Players of all levels will enjoy the challenge and concentration required to make your par. The course offers spectacular mountain views overlooking palm trees and olive groves, the surrounding cork and citrus farms generate a true feeling of authentic Portuguese golf.
18 hole, Par 72 at 6.102 meters in length and inaugurated in 1997. Alto Golf is a legendary Henry Cotton designed course and features the impressive 600 meter par 5 known an the “ Sir Henry Challenge”. Located on the edge of the picturesque fishing village of Alvor players are treated to rolling fairways and elevated greens which test players of all levels.
Pestana Dom Joao II Golf Holidays
Prices for 2017
- 1st to 12th April – £225
- 16th to 21st April – £225
- 22nd April to 26th May – £245
- June – £270
- 1st to 18th July – £260
- 27th August to 8th September – £255
- 9th to 15th September – £210
- 16th to 29th September – £240
- October – £230
Prices for 2017
- 1st to 12th April – £340
- 22nd April to 26th May – £380
- June – £420
- 1st to 18th July – £395
- 27th August to 8th September – £395
- 16th to 29th September – £355
- October – £330