Quinta do Lago is set to build on a record-breaking year after seeing a significant rise in golf green-fee bookings in 2018.
The stunning Algarve sports and lifestyle venue reported an increase of nine per cent in rounds played at their three superb 18-hole championship courses – the North, South and Laranjal – an impressive growth of 8,500 in real terms.
Aside from the continued popularity among UK guests, Quinta do Lago’s wealth of world-class facilities has seen the emergence of visitors from European neighbours Scandinavia and Italy, as well an influx of visitors from as far afield as USA, China and Argentina.
After the impressive performance in 2018, the growth looks set to continue, especially with the availability of new flight routes into nearby Faro from five new destinations: Berlin, Cologne, Cork, Marseille and Milan.
And with the boutique The Magnolia Hotel, the state-of-the-art sports performance centre The Campus and 10 high-class bars and restaurants to choose from, the appeal of Quinta do Lago continues to grow across the globe.
Located just 15 minutes away from Faro airport, the resort’s world-class golf and lifestyle facilities make it the perfect choice for a sporting break, and Quinta do Lago has plenty for golfers to get excited about, with three-night, two-round breaks bookable from only €314 per person until the end of March.
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