Quinta da Ria is a superb resort course, situated within the boundaries of the stunning Formosa National Park. Like its sister course, Quinta de Cima, the layout was designed by Rocky Roquemore, and extends all the way down to the spectacular shoreline.
With the sea on one side, and the mountains towering on the other, Quinta da Ria's setting is awesome, and the golf course lives up to its billing too. The 6,579 yard layout is built around the five man-made lakes that are the focal point of the landscape, which also provide the course's irrigation.
More than 300 trees have been planted around the course, and there is a restriction on construction, ensuring that the integrity of the environment remains intact. The signature holes are undoubtedly the 16th and 17th, which are carved through the lakes, and can either make or break your round.
These outstanding holes and the stunning surroundings help to explain why Quinta da Ria has become a mainstay of a golf holiday around the Eastern area of the sunny Algarve.
Served by the same clubhouse the course as markedly better than Quinta De Cima. Great views of the sea and the coastline , more challenging as the bunkers encroached onto the fairway approach. Kept us interested to the end.good course
Decent Always is
Excellent golf course, stunning sea views, just let down a little by very wet (sometimes boggy) fairways and semi rough. Greens slow. Despite this would play again. The new clubhouse area is looking good. It was not ready for our trip (we were advised so no problem) but the temporary facilities were very good.
Really enjoyed this. Some tough holes over and around water but fun.
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