: Privat Airport Terravista, Trancoso
: Taipe Beach, private beach of Club Mediterrannee
: Terravista Golf Course, Trancoso
: Various, in Trancoso Town and Arrajal
Just 3 minutes walking at a distance of 300m you are at the Golfhouse of Terravista Golf, offering the most challenging links in South America. 500 meters towards the other direction you have access to the private and secluded beach area of Club Med - amongst many more beach accesses nearby.
Other Activities: All leisure activities of Club Mediterranne, Trancoso
Golf: The most enchanting and challenging golf course in South America
Situated on the southern coast of Bahia overlooking the colorful cliffs of Trancoso, Terravista harmoniously combines the region’s natural contours, vegetation and landscape with a first rate golf course. Designed and built by the world renowned North American architect
Dan Blankenship, Terravista exceeds all expectations.
Here, golfers have the opportunity to play between the turquoise sea and the lush Atlantic rainforest while being soothed by the sound of waves and the singing of tropical birds…
Golfers who take on Terravista face two different golfing environments. The front nine is played amidst the Atlantic
Rainforest, with temperatures, humidity and landscape characteristic of this area. The back nine, in contrast, offers dazzling views of the beach with four of its holes perched high upon the ocean cliffs.
Come take the Terravista Golf Course challenge and experience the sensation of a ‘hole in one’ in every swing!!!
Ski: History of the course
The plan to build Terravista Golf course began in 1997 when Michael Rumpf-Gail, founding partner and president of the enterprise decided that a world class golf course would be the perfect way to differentiate his development from others. Michael’s dream was to build the best golf course in South America which would attract golfers from all over the world. Seven years later, his dream is now a reality.
The course design, which covers 175 acres of green grass fairways, lakes and native vegetation, was developed by Dan Blankenship of Gold Tee Golf International. Blankenship studied architecture at South Dakota State University and has designed and created more than 20 first class golf courses around the world. Blankenship began work on Terravista in November 2000 and broke ground in May 2002. Its grand opening was on May 27th 2004.