Friuli Venezia Giulia is a region in the north-east of Italy that overlooks the Adriatic Sea and borders with Austria and Slovenia. The region is home to the peaks of the Dolomites and the famous vineyards for white wines. Trieste, the capital, belonged in the past to the Austro-Hungarian Empire of the nineteenth century. A borderland, where at least four different languages are spoken (Italian, Friulian, German and Slovenian) and where even more cultures can be found. Friuli Venezia Giulia is a region rich in history and traditions, a place of passage where different ethnic groups met between the Alps and the sea, between Eastern Europe and the West, creating an unparalleled cultural landscape.
Month: April 2019
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. Kissed by the sun, with a very pleasant climate and a dreamy landscape dotted with vineyards and orchards, but also characterized by secluded valleys and vast mid-mountain plateaus, it is a region that like few will satisfy your desire for a golfing holiday.
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. Olympic city (2026 Winter Olympics) and privileged place of sweet life, it has been a showcase of exclusivity and style for over a century. Cortina is the ideal destination for an active, adventure-filled Golf holiday.
Aosta Valley is the Italian region with the highest mountains, from Mont Blanc to Monte Cervino up to Monterosa and many other important peaks. At the foot of these stone giants that exceed 4000 meters, the magnificent “Valle d’Aosta” valleys develop. Splendid valleys where nature reigns supreme and the population lives in harmony with it, enhancing tradition and respect for the territory. Organizing your Golf Experience in Aosta Valley is perfect if you love staying in welcoming mountain-style structures, if you love long hiking and mountain biking but also for yourself looking for absolute well-being. A region especially indicated for sportsmen and fans of pure and wild nature