Neighboring the West Cliff’s golf resort, Royal Óbidos is one of the Lisbon area’s leading courses, home to the Challenge Tour’s Open de Portugal since 2020. Designed by golfing legend Seve Ballesteros, Royal Óbidos is set off the coast, allowing broad views across the Atlantic on Portugal’s silver coast, and the Óbidos Lagoon.
Home to a 5* hotel and spa, the entire setup exudes quality and luxury, combined with a tasteful modesty refined to the landscape.
The elegant clubhouse, complete with panoramic views, is the perfect setting for a post-round refreshment.
Playing exactly 7,000 yards of the tips, the layout includes in-play water on 8 holes, ensuring you’ll need a little ‘Seve magic’ at some stage during your round. We recommend selecting your tee’s accordingly, as this elevated coastal course is often affected by the prevailing Atlantic winds.
The nearby medieval town of Óbidos, a walled city set in the Portuguese countryside, is one of the most picturesque and popular destinations in the country. The quaint cobbled streets lead to characterful bars and restaurants, perfect for an atmospheric evening, after a day spent on the course.
As live music fills the pretty public squares, enjoy a local fish dish, caught from the Óbidos Lagoon. Sample the local cherry liquor of Gingja, often served in a chocolate cup, a perfect sweet treat to end your day.
Portugal’s capital city is a cultural and historical hub set along the Atlantic Ocean coast. From its golf courses and vast green spaces to the bars and beaches that adorn the coastline, Portugal’s capital provides the ideal location for a golf vacation.
There is currently one golf course in the Royal Óbidos, which is situated just off the coast, which means amazing views but allows for a challenging experience due to the course being affected by the Atlantic Winds.
The Royal Óbidos frequently plays host to the Open de Portugal on the Challenge Tour.
The Royal Óbidos is open to play for the public and can also be played on as part of a Premier Golf Lisbon Tour.
There is currently only one course to play at the Royal Óbidos and it’s designed by the golfing legend Severiano Ballesteros and is known for spectacular ocean views, the warm and mild Portuguese climate, and luxury accommodations.