This trip combines some of the best golf courses in Italy with the best sightseeing and culture Italy has to offer.
Visit the hilltop towns of Tuscany, taste the local wines and cheeses, do a sunset cruise in Cinque Terre, enjoy a night at the Opera in a Roman Amphitheatre, take a gondola ride in Venice and much much more.
The golf courses are all situated in the most stunning settings, they range from the oldest in Italy to the newest, and their clubhouses offer the best Italian experience of food, wine and relaxation.
17 nights luxury accommodation, including 2 nights at The Grand Hotel Tremezzo at Lake Como, 2 nights at the Londra Palace Hotel in Venice and 2 nights at Hotel Accademia inside the walled city of Verona.
8 games on the best courses in Italy
Tour starts in Rome, finishes in Venice
Visit Tuscany, Siena, San Gimignano, Cinque Terre, Biella, Lake Como, Verona, Venice and more
Small group fully hosted tour
Luxury hand picked accommodation throughout
Sightseeing, Opera, private guided tours, boat rides, history, culture, food, wine & much much more...
The beautiful and secluded Biella Le Betulle Golf Club is our home for the next night. Nestled in a forested valley with stunning mountain backdrops, this private course is rated amongst the best in italy. At Biella we enjoy a leisurely 9 holes in the late afternoon followed by dinner in the clubhouse, then 18 holes of golf the next morning.
We then head east towards Lake Como, stopping at the highly regarded Castelconturbia Resort for golf and one night's stay. We then have four nights on Lake Como, two in the heart of Como and two at the very opulent Grand Tremezzo Hotel. There is time for golf at two stunning courses, Villa d'Este and Menaggio and Cadennabia, a visit to the famous resort town of Bellagio and shopping in Como.
We leave Como and head east to Verona. We have a guided tour of the ancient city of Verona (home of Romeo and Juliet) and enjoy a night at the opera in an Ancient Roman amphitheatre.
Lastly we have 2 nights in Venice, staying in an 18th Century luxury hotel in the historic centre of Venice. There is time to explore the sights of Venice and a game of golf at Venice Golf Course. Appropriately, the course is built on a spectacular strip of land between the Adriatic Sea and the Lagoon of Venice. The trip concludes in Venice with a farewell dinner.
A deposit of $2,650 per person will secure your place.
Bookings are now open. Complete our online booking form here.
17 nights luxury accommodation including daily breakfasts
8 games of golf
Golf cart at Castelconturbia
All travel is by private luxury bus
Guided tours of Siena and Verona
Private Sunset cruise of Cinque Terre
Ferry to Bellagio
Water taxis in Venice
Welcome drinks in Rome
Lunch at an Organic Cheese Farm in Tuscany
Dinner in Montalcino
Degustation dinner at Biella La Betulle
Dinner at Casteconturbia Resort
Farewell dinner in Venice
Tour shirt & Gift Pack
Competition fees and prizes
Price does not include:
Meals, unless specified above
Carts, buggies and caddies, except Castelconturbia
If you would like us to send you a full detailed itineray please enquire here.
Sue is a keen golfer and a very experienced traveller who is both organised and easy going. She has explored Italy and knows the places that will make your trip special. Sue is a member at Spring Valley and a regular pennant player with a handicap that ranges in the low single figures.
PRE & POST TOUR OPTIONS
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"Our tours are known for the fabulous golf courses we can access, high quality accommodation, and variety of experiences that a particular destination can provide. An important factor in the success of the tours is the camraderie of the people who join us. Golf is the common theme, but we have fun together, and lasting friendships are made...
Peter Wood... The Travelling Golfer"