Golf Holidays in North West Italy
The North West of Italy is made up of three of the country’s most prosperous regions: Piedmont, Lombardy and Liguria. This simply stunning area consists of fabulous scenery, from the majestic Italian lakes to the picturesque Italian Riviera, whilst also comprising the cities of Milan and Turin, two great European cities in their entirety.
This beautiful region is world renowned for its art and history, yet there is one sport in particular that is growing in reputation. The North West is host to some spectacular golf courses, including the two courses at Royal Park Roveri, which is home to the Italian Open in 2017, and features some superb golf resorts including Palazzo Arzaga Hotel & Spa Golf Resort, Bogogno Golf Resort & the Chervo Golf Hotel & Spa Resort, to name just a few. The golf here, designed by some of the most respected architects including Jack Nicklaus, Pete Dye and Gary Player, is some of the most breath-taking in the country. The North West of Italy offers an unforgettable golf holiday, with boutique hotels, outstanding golf resorts, world class golf courses, historic cities and some of the best scenery in Europe. Its no wonder why the region has become the home to Italian golf.
For a Italian golf holiday that has everything and more, book your North West Italy golf break with Golf Escapes.
Golf hotels in North West Italy
There are a wide range of fantastic golf hotels in North West Italy. Pick your favourite accommodation from the options below, or click on View More to see our full range of golf resorts in North West Italy.
Golf courses in North West Italy
Look through our range of the best golf courses in North West Italy below that will be sure to satisfy even the most demanding of golfers. If you have any specific questions about the golf courses you can visit please do get in touch.
Golf in North West Italy
Home to the Italian lakes, Majestic scenery, Outstanding golf resorts, Year round playability, High standard of golf courses, Featuring the historic cities of Milan and Turin