Emilia-Romagna, that has always been known for its exquisite cuisine, warm hospitality, well-groomed beaches and precious artworks, has recently become an acclaimed golf destination. It boasts challenging golf courses, elegant settings that extend a short distance from the region’s most important art cities, enchanting naturalistic oases, sweet hills dominated by imposing fortresses and castles, famous spa resorts and compelling beaches of fine sand.
gathers 27 golf courses (11 of which featuring 18 holes, 9 featuring 9 holes and 6 featuring 4/6-holes) and Cervia’s Adriatic Golf Club,
that is the only 27-hole course in the whole region. It extends over a total surface area of 100 hectares and is totally flanked by the city’s ancient pinewood forest. The 9 holes of the red path, that distribute across the city’s pinewood forest, were inaugurated in 1968. The blue path was completed in 1987, and the course was turned into a 18-hole one.
This transformation turned it into a very pleasant place, since all holes are surrounded by lovely lakes that resemble the American ones. The yellow path (further 9 holes) was created in 2004, and its innovative design drew inspiration from the Scottish links. This is how the golf course was turned into a 27-hole one.