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GOLF IN ITALY – UNESCO Langhe Roero and Monferrato

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When you think of the Langhe, Roero and Monferrato, sweet hills covered with vineyards come to mind, small towns surrounded by fields, medieval churches and castles, aromas of wine, truffles and chestnuts … In general, a feeling of tranquility mixed with beauty: because the territory between the provinces of Alessandria, Asti and Cuneo is truly a microcosm of different environments where man and nature have gone hand in hand for centuries. Unesco world heritage has obtained a coveted recognition, because here man and nature collaborated in full harmony and created landscapes and environments that make this land unique in its kind. Set in this splendid area, pleasant Golf Courses.

GOLF IN ITALY – LAKE COMO

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Landscapes, coves, monuments, botanical gardens, villages … Lake Como is a concentrate of beauty, attractions and things to see. The ideal place for your next Golf Experience. On the other hand, if for centuries it has been a place so loved by tourists from all over the world and by all genres, from politicians like John Fitzgerald Kennedy to VIPs like George Clooney, from Queen Victoria of England to Saudi princesses, if every year it is defined as the most beautiful lake in the world, there will be a reason, no?

GOLF IN ITALY: AMALFI COAST

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What do LeBron James and Bono Vox, Lapo and James Pallotta, Patrick Cutrone, Hugh Jackman, Matthew McConaughey and Anastacia have in common? For their holidays all of them chose to make a stop on the Amalfi coast, moving between Positano, Amalfi and Cetrara. After all, how can we blame them? World Heritage Site and UNESCO site, the Amalfi Coast is a stretch of just 50 km of the world famous coast of Campania, bordered by Positano and Vietri sul Mare. And the Golf? 3 courses not bad to intersperse with your precious free time.

GOLF IN ITALY: Puglia Region

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It is very difficult to go wrong when you decide to organize your next golf vacation by choosing Italy as your destination. Especially when you decide to go to Puglia Region. Follow our DIY detailed guide to freely choose what to do, where to play golf and when in Puglia.

GOLF IN ITALY: Lazio Region

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2022. It will be the crucial year for the entire golf sector in Italy. From 30 September to 2 October 2022 the Ryder Cup will be played in Italy and will be played at the Marco Simone Golf & Country Club, a Golf course located in the Lazio Region, more or less at a distance of 23 km from the Colosseum in the center in Rome !!

GOLF COURSES IN ITALY: MARCHE REGION

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The Marche region, in Italy, is certainly an area that is absolutely not famous in the golf sector. Out of every tourist golf flow. And it is precisely for this reason that it is worthwhile organizing your own golf vacation. The Marche region does not scream, it does not show itself.

GOLF COURSES IN ITALY: UMBRIA REGION

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Organizing a golf vacation in Italy is always a great choice and opportunity. The climate that allows you to play almost the entire 365 days of the year, culture, history, food and good wine, the incredible territory, make that Golf in Italy is one of the favorite destinations of the next golf holiday . One of the Italian regions that can offer all this is Umbria.

PROSECCO WINE

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Italy is one of the nations in the world where wine finds the “natural” conditions to thrive, combined with an undoubted “human” capacity for cultivation. These two “excellences”, joined together, produce among the best wines in the world. Prosecco wine is one of them.

WHITE TRUFFLE FESTIVAL ALBA

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This ever incredible edition of International Alba White Truffle Fair ended with great success. Many golfers from practically all over the world have appreciated and enjoyed this “precious” tuber of the earth. Appointment to 2020 !!! Stay tuned !!

GOLF HOLIDAYS IN ITALY: Verona

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Also known as little Rome, Verona is one of the most romantic cities in the whole Peninsula: a theater where you can read the tragic events of Romeo and Juliet, Verona still retains an all-Shakespearean flavor, even if in reality the known tragedy is not never happened. But you golfer does not care: of course, a look at Juliet’s balcony must always be given, but there are countless things to do and see in the Venetian capital as well as choosing between 5 super Golf Courses. Walking through the marble-paved streets in this city full of architectures that capture the view is undoubtedly an experience worth doing: Verona has always been a prominent city, which has been able to integrate the various influences that have followed one another over the centuries and which has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site precisely for its architecture and urban structure.

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