When organizing a golf vacation, it is always important to know what to add around the golf course, how to use your free time extra-golf in the best way. One of the most relaxing holidays is to combine with the Golf the Thermal Baths. Obviously in Italy.
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Italy is a country that offers opportunities for varied golf tourism. Luxury, City, territory, climate, Food & Drink, food and wine, the choice for you golfer is really extensive and of the highest quality. If you are a golfer passionate about thermal baths you are in the right country. You can organize Your Golf Holidays In Italy enjoying the best and most famous Thermal Baths in the world.
GOLF IN PROVENCE is a must-try holiday to spend your Top Golf Holiday Hours to the fullest. Provence is one of the regions of France that is truly incredible for the experiences that a golfer can offer you. There are very beautiful Golf Courses, Tours & Activities with the most varied contents and especially in some specific months of the year, Provence offers an exciting natural spectacle or the flowering of Lavender. Lavender flowering is an experience to live, to devote at least two days of your extra Golf Free Time.
Venice!!! One of the most fascinating cities in the world, an architectural, historical and cultural masterpiece. A City that offers so much. Outside the “usual” paths that the whole world knows. Today’s guide allows you to organize your golf vacation in Venice by dedicating more days only to “her”, to this magical city.
The most famous monument of Trento is the Castello del Buonconsiglio, where late medieval fresco cycles can be admired. The Duomo, characterized by a rose window and a baroque chapel, stands in the square of the same name, which also overlooks Casa Cazuffi-Rella, a Renaissance structure with a frescoed facade. To the south-west, the Museum of Sciences and Natural History (MUSE) presents interactive displays.
The Asiago “Altopiano” is a vast plateau located on the Vicenza Alps, in the border area between the Veneto and Trentino-Alto Adige regions. Between the rivers Astico and Brenta, the massif has an extension, relative to the administrative area of the Seven Municipalities, of 473.5 km², but the geographical extension of the mountain group as a whole reaches 878.3 km². Its altitude is between 87 m and 2341 m.
Bolzano is the capital of the autonomous province of Trentino-Alto Adige and is situated in a valley in the middle of hills rich in vineyards. It is the gateway to the Dolomites mountain range in the Italian Alps. In the medieval center of the city, the Archaeological Museum of South Tyrol is home to the Neolithic mummy, known as Ötzi, the man of the Similaun. Nearby are the imposing thirteenth-century Mareccio Castle and the Cathedral of Bolzano characterized by Gothic-Romanesque architecture.
Cortina D’Ampezzo, pearl of the Dolomites. The Conca d’Ampezzo, where the famous Cortina tourist resort is located, is surrounded by a crown of mountains that make it a unique and unmissable destination, both in summer and in winter. A magical place that the din of mass tourism has not affected, where getting lost in intact woods admiring steep walls of a thousand colors, discovering a unique natural territory and an ancient culture where traditions are still alive and an integral part of action daily.