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Oitavos Dunes Golf Course



- 7 Night stay in a Superior Room
- Buffet breakfast [offer]
- Pre Payment
- Non Refundable
- Prices for single or double occupancy
- Package Supplement for Premium room (5 X 75€) - 375€
- Prices per Package/Room:

 Low Season - 930€
 Medium Season - 1070€
 High Season - 1230€
Low Season: From 15th November 2012 to 14th April 2013

Medium Season: From 1st to 14th November 2017, 15th April to 14th July 2018
and 15th October to 14th November 2017
High Season: From 15th July to 14th October 2017


Oitavos Dunes Golf Club at Quinta da Marinha is located 30 minutes from the Portuguese capital of Lisbon, just outside the resort village of Cascais. It is in the Sintra-Cascais National Park, close to the Guincho beach and surronded by the Atlantic Ocean, Quinta da Marinha benefits from an excellent access to Cascais Villa an its restaurants, bars, shops, cinemas, entertainment areas and the new Marina.


Architect: Arthur Hills

Opening: 2001

Holes: 18

Par: 71

Length: 6300 m

Facilities: Driving Range, Putting Green(2), Pro Shop, Short Game Practice Area, Restaurant & Bar.


Hole Nº 14

Par: 3 Length: 153 m

One of the world's great par 3 holes. If the wind is against, a low drawn two iron works well. The green is ideally shaped for running the ball down the green contours. Long is better than short, even if you end up chipping back from the bank behind the 10th green. The green will test your putting skills and birdies will be rare.


Hole Nº 18

Par: 4 Length: 433 m

The finale what a fantastic hole! Again a draw around the central island of one strategic pine is the best shot. The green is raised set in a dune and will play at least

one club more than you think. If you hit the green the severe slope from right to left will give a lot to think about. Many games will turn completely around on this outstanding finishing hole.

The 18th hole will never be forgotten by Barry Lane during the Portuguese Open in 2005 when he arrived on the Tee box with a commanding 2 stroke lead only

to shoot a dramatic 9 for this challenging last hole to only finish the tournament 5th.


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