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Emilia Romagna

About the location . . .

Sweeping from Rimini on the Adriatic coast up through the medieval towns and cities of Ravenna, Modena and Parma to Piacenza to the west, Emilia Romagna, in the north of the country, is Italy’s first choice for a golf holiday.

Here golfers can enjoy some of the best-kept courses in Europe, wonderfully complimented by a typical gastronomic spread of the region. Pasta in all shapes and colours, Parma hams, mature parmigiano cheeses; Lambrusco wines, Bolognese sauces and flat breads and pastries are there to challenge the waist band on a daily basis.

Emilia Romagna prides itself on the quality of its golf and boasts courses which are not only in superb condition but are technically demanding with elegant, well-appointed clubhouses and friendly people. Clubhouse restaurants, open all year round, like the courses, offer a varied and freshly prepared choice of dishes.

The golf courses of Emilia Romagna lie close to historic cities and charming Renaissance villages, beaches and spas, so it’s not just about golf!! There are 26 courses in total — two 27-hole, fourteen 18-hole and ten very attractive nine hole layouts, plenty for you to choose from.

Situated just about halfway between Venice and Florence, beautiful Bologna is the capital and largest city in Emilia Romagna. It is home to the oldest university in the world…and home to some great golf ,food & wine.

Golf in the Region

Emilia Romagna, known as the Italian Riviera, is a stunning region in the North East of Italy and a top destination for golf, culture and cuisine. The region can be split into two golfing areas, the Adriatic Coast and the city of Bologna, both offering a unique feel and a great base for an Italian golf holiday.

The Adriatic Coast has been Italy’s most popular seaside destination for the last 50 years. Stretched out on the East coast, the resort has become a favourite for beach holidays, sun seekers and more importantly, golfers. The area is home to some spectacular and scenic golf courses. Found in the area. you have the Adriatic Golf Club Cervia, which winds its way round an enchanting pine forest, and the Rimini Verucchio Golf a wonderful course just inland of the coastline. The Riviera Golf Resort is a superb place to stay and play in a tranquil setting in the Italian countryside.

Bologna, the largest city and capital of the Emilia Romagna region, is a fascinating & traditional Italian city, which has somehow stayed off the tourist track. Nicknamed “La Grassa”, translating as the rich cuisine, due to the array of lavish restaurants scattered across the city. Bologna is often referred to as the gastronomic capital of Italy. The city is home to three stunning and natural parkland courses which are located on the outskirts of the city. The Bologna Golf Club is the stand out candidate, a superb course nestled in the hills offering spectacular views of the surrounding countryside. The two other courses, Modena Golf & Country Club and Golf Club Le Fonti are excellent championship courses and have hosted in the recent past the Italian Open and many other professional competitions.


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