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PROMO TIONAL FEA TURE


Verdura Resort


SICILY Home to heavenly beaches, nature reserves, majestic mountains and Mount Etna, Europe’s largest active volcano, Sicily is one of the world’s most beautiful golf destinations where tourists can play year round. The island has three 18-hole golf courses (Il Picciolo Etna, I Monasteri Siracusa and Le Saie); one golf resort with 45 holes (Verdura), another with 36 holes (Donnafugata), and an additional club with nine holes (Villa Airoldi). The island is also home to Greek temples, Roman mosaics and more vineyards than any other Italian region. regione.sicilia.it/turismo visitsicily.info


Conero Golf Club


MARCHE Beaches, history, dramatic cliffs and mountains to tempt any skier, Marche has so much to offer every traveller. In the heart of central Italy, it’s kept its traditions alive, enticing visitors with its art, fine cuisine and natural beauty, On the golf front, there’s Conero Golf Club — set in the Conero Regionale Park — which showcases the stunning natural beauty of the region, as the layout winds its way through a mixture of brooms and oak, strawberry and cherry trees. The 18-hole course is complemented by a five- hole, par-17 layout. turismo.marche.it destinazionemarche.it


Pevero Golf Club


SARDINIA Blessed with a wonderful climate, the picturesque island of Sardinia isn’t only rich in history, culture and gastronomy and outstanding natural beauty, but also offers perfect conditions for short-sleeve golf all year round. Featuring 27 holes, Is Molas Golf Club is Sardinia’s largest golfing venue and has provided the benchmark for golf in the region for more than 30 years. Located in the heart of the Emerald Coast, Pevero Golf Club’s 18-hole, par-72 layout is characterised by granite rock formations, natural lakes and a breathtaking Mediterranean landscape. Golf Is Arenas was designed by the famous architects von Hagge, Smelek and Baril in 1,730 acres of lush pine forest by the sea, while accuracy is essential at Puntaldia Golf Club’s charming nine-hole course. Finally, immerse yourself in the scents of Mediterranean scrub at Tanka Villasimius Golf Club on the south east coast, an area oſten described as, ‘the Polynesia of the Mediterranean’. sardegnaturismo.it/en


UMBRIA Picture-perfect landscapes coloured with green winding valleys and doted with ancient hilltop villages make Umbria an enchanted region to visit. Featuring Lago Trasimeno, the largest lake in central Italy, Umbria mixes the charm of the natural landscape with the romance and tranquillity of the lake’s waters. With Tuscany on its border, it’s far from intimidated and has earned itself the label of being Italy’s ‘green heart’. For Cascata delle Marmore, one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Europe, it’s worth the trip alone. And then we have the golf, with Antognella Golf Club at the 600-acre Antognella estate, one of the star turns. A Robert Trent Jones Jnr design, it places the emphasis on accuracy rather than length off the tee. Circolo Golf Perugia is another favourite. umbriatourism.it


Antognella Golf Club


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