Golf Holidays to Sicily
Beautiful surroundings ensure that this region will live long in the memories of those who visit for a golf break. The regions capital Florence is considered as one of the most beautiful cities in the world and is a must see if Tuscany is the region of choice for your golfing break. The golf is as impressive as the surroundings with resorts such as Argentario Resort Golf and Spa where you can experience true Tuscan food and drink while playing one of the finest courses in the region which was once an island but now connected to the mainland via a series of causeways. Click info tab for more.
Donnafugata Golf Resort & SpaThis resort is set in a park surrounding the magnificent Castle of Donnafugata, near Ragusa in Sicily. It is an hour drive from Catania and 17 km from the Comiso Pio La Torre. It has a large outdoor swimming pool surrounded by nature that characterizes this landscape. The rooms have balconies overlooking the garden or the surrounding countryside, with many modern conveniences, including air conditioning and Wi-Fi Internet access. There are cafes, bars, three restaurants and a Kid's Club available.The hotel offers a free shuttle service to the beach, which offers sun loungers and umbrellas, in a coast that is characterized by being a paradise of nature. Among the services offered, room service, laundry service and free parking for those arriving by car are included. Those wishing to explore the local area on two wheels can hire bicycles.MORE INFO
Verdura Golf & Spa ResortMORE INFO
Verdura Golf & Spa Resort, located on the south west coast of Sicily, offers an unparalleled style and sophistication for well-travelled clientele seeking a quiet or active getaway, romance or spending time with family. The resort boasts 4 restaurants, a 4000 sqm Thalasso spa and two championship-level 18-hole courses and a 9-hole course, set amid olive and orange groves.
Warmed by the Mediterranean sun, Verdura provides a year-round golfing destination and plays host to a variety of distinguished international tournaments including the PGA European Tour, Sicilian Open 2012.
The largest island in the Mediterranean really is a truly stunning destination for a break, be it for golfing purposes or not. Most of the island is overlooked by the impressive Mount Etna which is situated in the north east corner of the island. It is not only the famous Mt. Etna which provides the island with fantastic scenery but the stunning architecture and natural wild parks go a long way in making Sicily a place that lives long in the hearts of visitors.