Golf in Italy Travel Guide
Golf holidays to Italy are significantly on the rise due to an increased awareness and popularity of the unique qualities that the country can offer. From approximately 400 venues that are linked with a range of stunning hotels and resorts across the span of the nation, a holiday to this destination is one that combines superb golf with one of the most culturally significant and historic attractions in Europe, without forgetting the beaches, mountains, lakes, wellness, fashion, music, theatre and gastronomy.
From the northern powerhouse of Turin to the breathtaking Emilia Romagna and the ancient backdrop of Rome or Tuscany, there is something for everyone across specific locations such as Lombardia, Piemonte, Veneto, Friuli Venezia Giulia, Umbria, Liguria and Puglia.
Not to mention the idyllic island of Sicily, home of the Verdura Resort, Italy is wonderfully placed to deliver scenic and enjoyable golf courses alongside the best in culture and cuisine, attributes that are set to be showcased in the coming years as the nation builds towards hosting the Ryder Cup in 2022.
We look through each of Italy’s major regions and explore what they can provide golfers visiting from further afield, and offer a bit of insight into why the number of international bookings have enjoyed a dramatic increase over the past couple of years.
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