One of the most enjoyable and rewarding experiences in European golf awaits players staying at Portugal’s five-star Praia D’El Rey Marriott Golf & Beach Resort this spring, with four-night, three-round breaks starting from just €416 per person.
Situated an hour north of Lisbon on Portugal’s stunning Silver Coast, Praia D’El Rey is regarded among Europe’s premier golf resorts and features outstanding sports and leisure facilities – including two world-class 18-hole championship golf courses.
Bookable on selected dates until May 10, the latest packages include golf on the spectacular West Cliffs Golf Links – opened in 2017 and one of the world’s standout new courses – and the resort’s other championship layout, which is also ranked among Europe’s top 50 courses.
Transfers to the golf courses are also included together with daily bed-and-breakfast accommodation in a garden or golf-view room at Praia D’El Rey’s five-star hotel and complimentary access to the resort’s luxury spa and health club, which includes a gym, Jacuzzi, Turkish bath and indoor and outdoor swimming pools.
All prices are based on two people sharing a room.
Complementing the golf are an extensive array of world-class sports and leisure facilities including a tennis academy, numerous watersports and five different restaurants, all serving fresh and authentic produce that Portugal is famous for.
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