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All our destinations have been chosen for their first class golf courses and the quality of hotels & resorts to accompany them. If you're all about playing every day while on holiday, then that's all you need to know; but if you prefer exploring a little in bewteen rounds, then read on to discover what our two Featured Destinations have to offer...

Lisbon & Cascais



With its world-class restaurants excelling in seafood, its reputation for style and long pedigree in art and culture, Portugal’s first city remains high on the hit list for many. As Western Europe’s first capital city, it predates Rome and London by hundreds of years; its glorious past can be felt in every street. It is a place ripe for exploration, easily dissected on foot, yet also blessed with an efficient, inexpensive public transport system that ranges from underground trains and nostalgic trams to quirky elevators and funiculars. The city revels in a winning atmosphere, at its centre a compact blend of grand avenues and delightfully cluttered old quarters where close-knit alleys send out an invitation to roam. The capital city sits 30 minutes by train or car from the beach towns of Estoril and Cascais.

Cascais is a cosmopolitan suburb of the Portuguese capital and is surrounded by popular beaches, and the lush Sintra mountains to the north. Some of its shoreline attracts tourists for its seascapes and other natural sights. It is also becoming an increasingly popular golfing destination, with over 10 golf courses nearby including the best venues in the area Oitavos DunesilOnyria Marinha and Penha Longa.



Scotland, world-famous for its awesome scenery, vibrant culture and spectacular heritage. It’s a land packed with brilliant moments. It isn't hard to see see what makes this amazing country the ‘Home of Golf’ and why so many people want to play golf in Scotland.

The most popular and famous, of course, are the links courses that have evolved on sandy coastal strips which, centuries ago, were beneath the sea. Here nature is the architect, the course being fashioned out of the natural terrain rather than having design imposed upon it. Then there are the magnificent inland courses, which provide just as challenging a test.

There is no finer place for a golf break than the country that gave golf to the world - Beautiful scenery, top-class hotels and some of the best courses on the planet combine to offer the golfing holiday of a lifetime in Scotland.