Portugal hasn’t become the premium golf destination in Europe for no reason. It offers tourists the most unforgettable golfing experience at a very affordable rate. The variety of activities golfers can partake during their golf trip is unbelievable. No doubt you’ll have a good time in Portugal, but we would want everyone to have an unforgettable holiday. So, we present a few simple tips and tricks to make your golf holiday in Portugal unforgettable.
Your main purpose for visiting Portugal is to play golf. You make sure you book the best golf courses, so that you have a great time during the day. So, what about the evenings? There is more to Portugal than just golf. Portugal has a vibrant nightlife; you can visit restaurants, bars, clubs, and other entertainment options. Search the internet to learn about the things to do after sundown in Portugal.
Next to golf, Portugal is most famous for its white sandy beaches. With a long coastline, there is no death of stunningly beautiful beaches in this country. Beaches in Lagos, Albufeira, Faro, and Porto Santo Island are a must visit. The southern region of Algarve is equally famous for golf and beaches. Here most of the golf courses are situated close to the beaches, hence they provide the tourists a great opportunity to have an unforgettable golf holiday.
As a golf lover, you would surely know that each course is unique and that there are a large number of world standard courses in Portugal. We know that you won’t be able to cover many courses in a short period to time. But don’t stop with just one course. Pick an area and play at least 2-3 golf courses that are all located in close to each other. You’re visiting Portugal to have an unforgettable golf holiday, make it special by playing at multiple championship class golf courses.
If you’ve non-golfers in your family or group it’s your responsibility to keep them entertained so that they could also have an unforgettable holiday in Portugal. Furthermore, you view Portugal through the prism of golf. For a short period of time, remove it and see what Portugal has to offer for those not interested in golf. Prepare a list of fun activities they can partake, choose places that non-golfers can visit, and plan group activities in which everyone can participate.