Sicily is the largest island in the Mediterranean Sea and an autonomous region of Italy with the capital city Palermo. The island’s population is about 5,000,000 inhabitants.
Playing golf is possible all year round thanks to mild winters, beautiful springs and autumns; summer is hot but ventilated on the coasts.
Golf is combined with the will to discover the fascinating places and monuments of this wonderful land - a crossroads of different civilizations and cultures.
VERDURA GOLF & SPA RESORT
Verdura Resort is a world-class all-year-round golf destination. The 230 ha site, with almost two kilometres of private coastline, offers the perfect environment for the great game.
The 3 link –type golf courses use the natural, green contours of the landscape and are planted with indigenous trees and shrubs. Warmed by the Mediterranean sun and refreshed by the sea breeze, the courses are free from any buildings, offering uninterrupted views of the azure waters from the undulating greens.
You’ll find the facilities world-class too. A double-ended driving range. Tuition from PGA-qualified professionals. An exceptional golf academy for budding young golfers.
The accommodation in Rocco Forte Verdura Resort is 5* class with spacious modern rooms, suite and villas.
IL PICCIOLO GOLF RESORT
Il Picciolo Golf Club, the first golf course developed in Sicily in 1989, is located in a natural amphitheatre on the north-eastern region of the mountain, part of the Etna’s natural park and close to popular tourism destination such as Taormina, Siracusa and Catania.
The course meanders through ancient lava flows, and around the holes, there are hazelnut and oak woods, pine trees, eucalyptus and vineyards offering a suggestive atmosphere.
I MONASTERI GOLF & SPA RESORT
A Benedictine monastery converted into a noble residence is today a refined refuge on the outskirts of Syracuse, surrounded by an 18 -hole par 71 golf course, large SPA with a gym, outdoor pool with jacuzzi, 102 rooms and suites equipped with every comfort overlooking the golf course and the Sicilian countryside.