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PROMO TIONAL FEA TURE


EMILIA-ROMAGNA The main tourist draw of this central region is arguably Bologna, the gastronomic capital of Italy, but other provincial towns such as Parma and Modena lie within easy reach. Petrolheads can drive from Bologna to tour Italy’s world-famous Motor Valley, home to Ferrari, Ducati, Lamborghini and Maserati. For those keen to explore the Adriatic coastline, Rimini, Riccione and Cervia are excellent options, while spa goers should head for Castel San Pietro and Riolo. Golfers have a huge choice — the region has more than 25 courses, two with 27 holes (Cervia and Modena), 14 with 18 holes and four with nine holes. The green fees — averaging around £38 — are as atractive as the courses, with Emilia Romagna Golf also offering discounted tourist packages for the golf courses and 27 hotels. emiliaromagnagolf.com


FRIULI VENEZIA GIULIA Tucked away in the north east of Italy, bordering Austria to the north, Slovenia to the east and facing the Adriatic Sea to the south, this region is an area that’s rich and multifaceted in culture and landscapes, with high mountains, lakes, valleys, lagoons and beaches. Although only a few hours from Venice, it remains one of country’s least touristy regions, with uncrowded historical sights and atractions including the Roman ruins in Aquileia and the port of Trieste, famed for serving the finest coffee in Italy. There’s a lack of crowds on the greens too, and golfers can tee off on seven 18-hole courses, with affordable green fees that average around just £42. turismofvg.it


Modena Golf & Country Club


Villaverde Resort


Parco de’Medici


LAZIO Home to the capital, Rome, the highest number of lakes in the entire country and an abundance of hot springs around Viterbo, this central region is set to host the 2022 Ryder Cup at the Marco Simone Golf & Country Club, a testing course with 27 holes, some of which have views of Saint Peter’s dome. Lazio also has 12 18-hole courses, including the oldest golf club in the country, Circolo del Golf di Roma Acquasanta, dating back to the beginning of the last century. The headquarters of the Italian Golf Federation are based in Lazio at Golf Nazionale, where players can test their metle on one of the toughest and most challenging golf courses in Italy. The first-class courses at Rome’s Parco de’Medici Golf Club provide even more reasons to visit. visitlazio.com


LIGURIA While this region on the north west coast along the Italian Riviera may be best known for charming seaside villages like Portofino and Cinque Terre, the old town of Genoa, bursting with culture, has plenty to offer historians and art lovers. Pesto hails from Liguria, a region that’s also renowned for its seafood. There are several 18-hole courses strewn across the region, but don’t miss Golf Club Garlenda — named among the 10 best golf destinations in the world by The Sunday Times — the 18-hole course is surrounded by ancient olive groves and pine forests and lies just a short walk from many magical hotels on the Italian Riviera. Genoa’s Golf Club Rapello is another must-play course. liguriagolf.com turismoinliguria.it/en


Golf Club Rapallo


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