A challenging course

Compared to its sister course, Quinta da Ria, the Quinta de Cima Golf Course, in Tavira, Algarve, looks and plays more like a top tournament course. This is not only a matter of length, but also balance and difficulty of holes.

From the very first tee of Quinta de Cima, you need to carefully consider game strategy, choice of club and ball trajectory. Hazards are very much in play on all holes, whether for the well-designed, cleverly located bunkers or the water hazards which come in the form of lakes, streams and ditches - particularly on holes 16, 17 and 18. A stream with dams and a constant flow of water crosses holes 4, 5, 6 and 13.

For nature lovers

The whole area around the Quinta de Cima Golf Course is blessed with a profound peacefulness, surrounded by both the sea and the mountains. Since it is implanted into the protected national reserve of Ria Formosa, the Quinta de Cima Golf Course is a paradise for golfers who love to be in contact with nature, and numerous olive, carob, cork and orange trees maintain the traditional landscape of the Algarve. 

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72 - 18 holes


  • White 6586m
  • Yellow 6147m
  • Blue 5552m
  • Red 5032m

Difficulty Easy


slightly hilly


W. "Rocky" Roquemore



Max. Handicap

-36 for both men and ladies


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Quinta de Cima Golf
8900-057 Vila Nova de Cacela
Algarve, Portugal
GPS Coordinates
N 37º 10'3'' / W 7º 33'1''
Nearest Airport
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