0800 130 3099
Enquire Now
Send us a message
Or contact us directly 0800 130 3099 contactus@findagolfbreak.com
Enquire Now
Golf Breaks in Italy at Verdura Resort

Italy Golf Holidays


The Italian golf holiday is sure to be extremely fulfilling with some of the finest cuisine, architecture, fashion, and fine golf courses. And some of the most beautifully natural scenery in Europe if not the world. From the historic capital of Rome were some of the world’s most famous buildings. Such as the Roman Colosseum and the Vatican to the...
Italy Golf Holidays
The Italian golf holiday is sure to be extremely fulfilling with some of the finest cuisine, architecture, fashion, and fine golf courses. And some of the most beautifully natural scenery in Europe if not the world. From the historic capital of Rome were some of the world’s most famous buildings. Such as the Roman Colosseum and the Vatican to the extremely fashionable city of Milan where so many exclusive brands hail from. We consider Italian golf holidays to be amazing and you'll see everything it has to offer whilst knowing there are some great golf courses available for a golf break.
With such treasures as the stunning city of Venice which appears to be floating due to the network of canals. Italy has so much to offer. Away from the hustle and bustle of the busy cities, there are many other unique places to visit. Including the wonderful region of Tuscany. With its fine cuisine and art collections, it will not go unappreciated, especially if a visit to the romantic city of Florence is taken in. The must-see Italian lakes of Garda and Como provide a fantastic opportunity to see some of the natural world’s finest scenery. So much to do when on a golf break in Italy, you must stay for more than a few days!
Italy has witnessed a boom in golf tourism over the past years, which is in no small part down to the availability of cheaper direct flights from across Europe and the world.


Popular Golf Breaks & Holidays in Italy:

Golf holidays and breaks to Italy are almost hidden in plain sight. Italy offers a great choice of golf holiday experiences that capture the very best of each unique region in the country. From the Lakes and Northwest to Puglia in the heel and everywhere in between including Tuscany, Rome, and the unmissable island of Sicily. Italy is hosting the 2023 Ryder Cup at  Marco Simone where its profile on the world golf stage will only grow and grow. Come and experience everything that a golf break to Italy has to offer. 
Central Italy is an exemplary destination for a golfing holiday because of its historical charms, astonishing natural beauty, and fine golf resorts.
Tuscany, known for its delicious gastronomy and fine wine, is a fabulous golfing holiday destination – the award-winning Argenatario Golf Resort and Spa has its own PGA National Golf Course, with breathtaking vistas of Portobello lagoon. Meanwhile, the five-star Borgo Egnazia is nestled amongst fragrant olive groves in Puglia, and a luxury golf escape here includes access to the superb San Domenico championship golf course
A golf break in mainland Italy with Find A Golf Break exudes class, culture, and charisma. Tuscany golf holidays are a delight - the scenery, quaint seaside towns, and rolling countryside are a must-visit. Hiring a car is advised to enjoy the best of the region. Staying at the stunning Argentario Resort will allow you to achieve this.
See Locations

Useful to know

Popular Accommodations in Italy:

Resorts in Tuscany:

  • Maremma and Silver Coast, Tuscany; Argentario Resort.
  • Siena, Tuscany; La Bagnaia Golf and Spa Resort siena, Curio by Hilton.
If a slower-paced holiday appeals to you, why not consider Tuscany? The southern backdrop of the Tuscany sunset is guaranteed to leave you breathless and create a truly picturesque setting. Alternatively, head south to the island of Sicily, where golf is combined with traditional Italian charm and flawless beaches. Sicily is also home to the ruins of Taormina Theatre, one of the most spectacular ancient venues in the world, and Mount Etna.
The postcard-perfect island of Sicily is mostly famous for its cultural diversity and mouth-watering local cuisine. However, it is also an excellent golfing holiday destination.
Picture beautiful coastlines and beaches, soaring Mount Etna, and quaint fishing villages as a backdrop as you play a few rounds on pristine golf courses on the sun-kissed coast.
The largest of the Mediterranean islands, Sicily enjoys a slow pace of life and embraces its 3,000 years of history. On a luxury golf break in Sicily, you can stay in five-star resorts and have a relaxing few days on the courses.
 A must-visit golf destination, Sicily has gone under the radar for a few years and is now rising to prominence on the golf holiday scene due to the European Tour holding their annual Sicilian Open at Verdura Golf Resort. Quality golf, stunning scenery, and typically Sicilian hospitality are assured! The historic town of Palermo is well worth a day trip and is located 80 minutes away from Verdura Golf Resort.
Golf Resort in Sicily:
  • Sicily, Verdura Resort.
Golf Resort in Rome:
  • Rome, Sheraton Golf Parco De Medici Hotel and Resort.
Golf Resort in Lake Garda:
  • Lake Garda, Lombardia; Palazzo Arzaga Spa and Golf Resort.
  • Golf Resort in Pugila:
  • Brindisi Area, Pugila; Borgo Egnazia.
Puglia truly is a special destination, located in the Southern heel of Italy, Puglia is renowned for its quality of accommodation, and food and is now a sought-after golf holiday destination! Staying at the luxurious Borgo Egnazia Resort is the perfect way to enjoy this magnificent region.
Golf Resort in Emilia Romagna:
  • Bologna, Emilia Romagna; Corona D’Oro Hotel.
  • Bologna, Emilia Romagna; Palazzo Di Varigana Resort and Spa.
  • Bologna, Emilia Romagna; Royal Carlton Hotel.
With the ancient city of Bologna at its heart, Emilia Romagna as an area encompasses some of Italy’s finest gastronomic delights and is also home to a great selection of golf courses. Basing yourself in Bologna will allow you easy walking access into the city along with being close to the best local courses.
Italy - Weather Guide:

The summer months, July and August in particular, see higher temperatures – normally around 81°F, but they often reach over 88°F at the height of the day.

Golfers can expect some of the finest weather in Europe in the region of Northern Italy, it's blessed with a glorious continental climate which means the courses are always in top-notch condition year-round. The best time to go is in the summer months.
After The Golf:

Bologna Food Experience: Factory Visits with Gourmet Lunch and Wine Tasting

Follow your senses on a full-day culinary tour of Bologna’s famous food region. Visit local factories and family-run producers for a behind-the-scenes look at the creation of products enjoyed around the world, including Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese, Modena balsamic vinegar, prosciutto, and wine.
Enjoy samples of fresh, hand-crafted products along the way and indulge in breakfast and multi-course Italian lunch with wine pairings. It’s a fantastic way to immerse yourself in the sights, smells, and tastes of Emilia-Romagna!
Rome is a beautiful city, with the added advantage of being very easy to visit on foot. It’s full of ancient monuments, beautiful squares, and museums. Here is the must-see:
  • The Coliseum
  • The Roman forum
  • The Pantheon
  • Trevi Fountain
  • Piazza Navona
If you are visiting Rome, you should also go to Vatican City. Don’t miss the following:
  • Saint Peter’s Square
  • Saint Peter’s Basilica, the world’s largest basilica
  • The Sistine Chapel and Michelangelo’s major work: The Last Judgement
  • And all Vatican museums
Etna Morning Trip
Mt. Etna can get quite warm during the summer months, so beat the heat on this morning hiking tour of Europe’s tallest active volcano.
Follow a guide to visit old craters, spot ancient lava flows, and explore a lava cave by headlamp.
This trip is perfect for hikers of all abilities and allows you to see Mt. Etna from many different angles. Hotel pickup and drop-off make for a seamless experience.
Travelling To Italy:
Flights from the UK are usually direct into Italy.
Flight times to Italy usually average around 2 Hours and 15 Minutes.
Transfers are available in and around Italy however, we can arrange transfers for you if need them.
Golf Packages
Reset Filters
Sort By:
Close Filters
Reset Filters

Price Range:


Product Type