Enjoy a Lisbon derby golf break with Orizonte

Aroeira

For a lot of people, golf and football sounds like the perfect combination for a weekend.

And, thanks to Orizonte, you can pack your bags to Lisbon to play two of the best courses in the Portuguese capital, as well as getting a ticket to the Derby de Lisboa between Sporting Lisbon and Benfica.

From April 21-24, the return of Lisbon’s Golf successful ‘Derby and Golf Weekend’ package gives keen sports travellers an unforgettable chance to experience the best of what each sport has to offer all in a matter of days.

For around £350, you will be able to play 18 holes at two of the most prestigious courses in Lisbon’s Costa Azul region – Quinta Do Peru Golf & Country Club (below) and Aroeira Golf Club (above).

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Quintado Peru

This offer also comes with three nights’ bed and breakfast accommodation at the Sana Malhoa Hotel in Lisbon with transfers to the golf courses included.

Quinta do Peru is a top 100 European venue, while Aroeira has also cemented its position as one of Europe’s leading golf venues.

Orizonte commercial director, Jose Maria Cozal-Ribeiro, said: “We have been running these packages now for four years and they have proven to be very popular.

Sporting Benfica

“It gives people the chance to play at some of the finest courses in Portugal as well as watch the Lisbon derby, which is always an exciting and passionate game.”

The game is one of the oldest and fiercest derbies in European football. It dates back to 1907 and takes place at Sporting’s Estadio Jose Alvalade stadium on April 23.

In addition to this brilliant deal, there is also a chance to play Ribagolfe, described as the ‘Valderrama of Portugal’, for a discounted fee of around £40. 

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For more information on this package, visit orizontegolf.com.

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