In 1936, the Vidago Palace was enhanced by the opening of a nine-hole golf course, designed by famous golf course architect Philip Mackenzie Ross. The combination of a palace with thermal care and a luxurious golf course places Vidago Palace among the most prestigious European resort destinations. The golf course was redesigned by Cameron & Powell, specialists in McKenzie Ross designs. The extension of the golf course from nine to 18 holes was developed to retain the integrity of the original design and to faithfully reflect the aesthetics, playability, spirit and character of the site.
The clubhouse is an antique and beautiful stone building dating back to 1886, which once served as Vidago Mineral Water’s main bottling facility. The work of architect Álvaro Siza Vieira means that the clubhouse has extremely modern interior decoration and with excellent facilities and amenities.
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