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Italy ➜ Abruzzo

Abruzzo is a fascinating region rich in history located in the heart of central Italy, perfect for golfers seeking a unique and memorable experience. With its wide range of cultural and natural attractions, Abruzzo offers an extraordinary holiday for everyone.

Start your trip in L'Aquila by visiting the impressive Fontana delle 99 Cannelle. This historic fountain, built in the 13th century, is a true architectural masterpiece with its 99 masks pouring water into as many spouts. Each cinnamon represents one of the castles or villages that, according to legend, contributed to the foundation of the city.

The Basilica of Collemaggio, a jewel of Abruzzo Gothic-Romanesque architecture, was built in the 13th century at the behest of Pope Celestine V. This basilica is famous for its white and pink stone façade and for the Holy Door, opened every year on the occasion of the Perdonanza Celestiniana. The interior, rich in frescoes and works of art, will transport you to an atmosphere of peace and spirituality.

For an experience immersed in nature, visit the Gran Sasso and Monti della Laga National Park. One of the largest parks in Italy, it offers breathtaking landscapes with majestic peaks, green meadows and picturesque villages. Here, you can enjoy outdoor activities such as hiking, trekking and climbing, surrounded by the local flora and fauna. After a round of golf, relax by exploring the park's trails and admiring the panoramic views.

The ancient ruins of Alba Fucens are what remains of a Roman colony founded in the 4th century BC. An archaeological site, located at the foot of Monte Velino, offers a fascinating window into ancient history with its remains of temples, amphitheatres and Roman houses. Walking around the ruins of Alba Fucens will allow you to take a real journey back in time, discovering the daily life and traditions of the ancient Romans.

You cannot leave Abruzzo without seeing the trabocchi along the Adriatic coast, particularly at Punta Rocciosa. These ancient wooden fishing machines, suspended between sea and sky, are symbols of Abruzzo's maritime culture. Many trabocchi have been converted into restaurants where you can enjoy fresh fish dishes while enjoying a unique view of the sea.

Massiccio del Gran Sasso
L'Aquila, Fontana delle 99 cannelle
Rossa di Calascio
Basilica di Santa Maria di Collemaggio
Abruzzo, panorama montano
Abruzzo, L'Aquila Barrea
Corno Grande
Alba Fucens
Trabocco di Punta Rocciosa

Map of Golf Clubs in the region

  1. San Donato Golf
    Santi (Holes 18)


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