Quinta da Beloura, with fine views over the Sintra mountain range and a course surrounded by trees on flat terrain, provides a very pleasurable game of golf.
This is one of the newest golf courses built on the Estoril coast, set in a 60 hectare area halfway between Cascais and Sintra. It was designed by Rocky Roquemore of the United States.
The Quinta da Beloura course forms part of a residential development; it is very flat and so provides a pleasurable but not exhausting game.
Its eighteen holes, with excellent views over the Sintra mountain range, extend over 5,817 metres for a Par 73.
Along the fairways more than 40,000 trees have been planted. Oaks, pines, palm trees, cedars and magnolias all create a beautiful green landscape.