Situated between 2 golf courses in Vila Nova De Cacela, this 4-star All Inclusive resort features adults’ and children’s pools, a sun terrace and a full-service health club with an indoor pool. Golf course access and a free shuttle to the beach are available.
All rooms at the Robinson are modern and stylish, with dark-wood furniture and colourful walls. A TV and a fridge are in the Robinson Club’s air-conditioned rooms. Each has a balcony or a terrace, with most featuring views of the Quinta da Ria and Quinta de Cima golf courses.
Freshly prepared buffet-style meals are served in the open kitchen at Quinta’s main restaurant. Healthy menus, themed menus and special event menus are also available on select nights. Mediterranean and international dishes are offered in the à la carte fine dining restaurant, which includes an extensive wine list.
Massages are available at the Wellfit Spa. Quinta Da Ria has a football pitch, tennis court and a beach volleyball court. Guests can also take part in cooking and art classes. The property features 2 bars where guests can enjoy a refreshing cocktail, one of which is stationed next to the beach.
Ria’s staff provides evening entertainment. Guests can also go dancing in the dance floor that is set up next to the bar. The hotel also has a Kid’s Club, with a variety of activities. The WellFit-Spa offers a Turkish bath, a sauna, gym, aerobic and yoga classes, massage and beauty treatments.
Faro Airport is 28 miles from Robinson Club Quinta Da Ria.
Including two spectacular golf courses, Quinta da Ria and Quinta de Cima, both 18-hole golf courses with an unforgettable scenery.
This resort complex offers challenging golfing and a unique landscape to any visitor. Located just over half an hour from Faro International Airport, Quinta da Ria is perfectly integrated in the Ria Formosa Nature Reserve, the most significant eco-system in the Algarve, comprised of a line of barrier islands along the coast, making this protected wet-land a rich nature habitat for numerous biological species.
Quinta da Ria is a PAR-72 with 18 holes where five lakes were strategically built to create natural course hazards in the game, providing irrigation and maintenance to the natural fauna and flora. Thousands of carob trees, olive and almond trees are contributing to the natural balancing of this course.
Right from the start of the round you will be able to recognize the work and design of a world-renowned Golf Course Architect – Rocky Roquemore. The idea of the architect was to create a challenging golf course, yet maintaining the original natural landscape with thousands of ancient olive and carob trees. Over 100 strategically shaped bunkers, as well as undulating greens and artificial lakes were added to complement this layout.
From the first to the eighteenth hole, you will be challenged to use every club in your bag. The biggest challenge is however, the 10th Hole (Signature Hole) with its 422m PAR 4 – Stroke Index 1. Game strategy is required from the tee to the green. We challenge you to cross over the large tree known as “Love Tree” and reach the green in two strokes!
The back nine holes takes you back to the magnificent views of the Atlantic Ocean. The setting is a unique combination of Nature and Golf. Take some time to appreciate the huge variety of wild life that inhabits this area.
Quinta de Cima is the sister course and it offers different and very unique characteristics: wide fairways and well based bunkers, the several lake and streams which calls for a good deal of precision playing. The water hazards of the course and the long fairways emphasise the need for a good club selection, challenging even the most experienced players.
Designed by the well-known American Architect – Rocky Roquemore, Quinta de Cima was conceived as the championship course. The opening PAR 5 is a gentle start but the course will become tougher as the round progresses, with dog-legs to the right and left and undulating greens which are well protected by large sandy bunkers and lakes. There are also several natural creeks running through the course that will also increase its difficulty.
Throughout the course you will find many ancient carob and olive trees which add to the character of the layout. Orange groves and vineyards border many of the fairways making you feel that you are in the middle of an old Portuguese farm.
The 16th hole (517 metres – PAR 4) is the Signature Hole of this championship course: long hitters may be able to reach the green in two setting up good EAGLE opportunities, but it may also lead to trouble as a large lake is lurking on the right-hand side of the green. The finishing 18th Hole is your last challenge as it requires an accurate drive and a precise approach shot to the green guarded by water.