Discover the endless beauty & quality golf on offer in central Italy
From its historic capital city of Rome and up the beautiful coastline to Pisa in Tuscany, to the inland region of Bologna, central Italy has no shortage of great golf resorts and courses. Already world-famous for its gastronomy and wine, Italy is growing ever popular as a top European golf destination with stunning courses in the Tuscan countryside and fantastic layouts on the outskirts of Rome.
Why play golf in Central Italy?
- The regions of Emilia Romagna & Tuscany are rich golfing destinations in Italy
- Cities with historical Italian architecture & culture - Bologna, Florence, Pisa, Siena
- Great options for a luxury resort break or city & golf weekend
- From 5* Resorts, such as La Bagnaia, to City & Golf in Bologna
Play golf in perfect weather with stunning scenery in Central Italy
Central Italy offers a multitude of golf breaks, catering to everyone’s needs. Stay in Rome for the perfect golf and city escape, combining the hustle and bustle of city nightlife with the peace and quiet of golf at Parco de’ Medici. This lovely 27-hole complex is ideal for those who want to have fun on the course with only a few tricky tee shots and water hazards to contend.
Up into the Tuscan countryside is where you’ll come across five-star golf resorts. The Royal Golf La Bagnaia, part of the La Bagnaia Golf & Spa Resort, was designed by the great Robert Trent Jones Jr. and is best described as an inland links. This course has been designed to test your game with strategically placed water hazards and bunkers waiting to catch errant shots. However, you are unlikely to find views quite as beautiful than from this course so be sure to take lots of pictures.
Emilia Romagna is home to most of the golf available in central Italy with a huge variety of courses including Riviera Golf Course where you’re bound to have a lot of fun on the rolling hills its set on. Rimini Verucchio Golf Club is a modern course that introduces small lakes and plenty of bunkers to contend with however, the big greens and wide fairways make it a fair challenge.
Most Popular Golf Resorts in Central Italy
Popular destinations in Central Italy
Why book a golf break in Central Italy?
The range of beauty on offer within central Italy makes this destination so fantastic. From the beautiful coastline near Pisa to the rolling countryside of Tuscany. To go alongside this incredible region, is a wide range of fantastic golf courses.
The UNA Poggio dei Medici Golf Resort is one of the most popular in the region, providing an idyllic location just 25- minutes from Florence as well as a great 18-hole layout. Royal Golf La Bagnaia also provides a great challenge within the rolling hills of Tuscany. Alongside the endless golf options, there is a range of great hotels and resorts in which to stay, each offering a unique experience. There is also plenty to be enjoyed off the course with a rich culture and a range of activities to soak up within the perfect climate, this is much more than just a golf holiday.
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Base yourself in central Italy's most beautiful surroundings
Great accommodation is vital to a great golf holiday, golfers have a host of fantastic options within Central Italy, each offering a unique yet equally enjoyable experience. Sheraton Golf Parco De Medici Hotel & Resort 4* is a favourite amongst golfers, with an idyllic hotel that is surrounded by 27-hole of classic Italian golf and features extensive facilities.
Riviera Golf Resort 4* is another popular spot for golfers, the excellent four-star hotel has endless facilities on-site for guests including; restaurant, swimming pools and a spa. The Riviera Golf Course is also on-site, a fantastic 18-hole layout that meanders along the banks of the River Conca. The range of options means there is something for every golfer, no matter where in Central Italy they want to travel to.