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Golf in Sicily

Villas in Sicily for golf

Sicily is increasingly becoming a great golf-tourism destination, with 4 professional 18-hole courses and others planned to be built. Our island gives you the chance to enjoy this sport with a lovely sunny climate within suggestive and unique locations, free from too many crowds around.

Rocco Forte Golf Club (18 hole) - Verdura (Agrigento)


Rocco Forte Golf Club in Verdura, close to Agrigento, is an exciting 18-hole golf course set in the South coast of Sicily, close to the popular seaside town of Sciacca. Designed by the popular golf architect Kyle Phillips, Verdura golf course is set amid olive and orange groves and with spellbinding views of the azure Mediterranean Sea. Verdura golf course boasts two championship 18-hole courses and a 9-hole course free from any buildings, allowing players to enjoy the ideal practice and challenging conditions. Playing here is an experience you will hardly forget, as you would enjoy clear blue skies, azure sea in the distance and beautiful green landscapes all around. For further details please visit: VerduraResort

Donnafugata Golf Club (18 hole) - Ragusa


Donnafugata Golf Club is set in the enchanting town of Ragusa, cradle of Sicilian Baroque. Donnafugata golf course has two 18-hole championship golf and practice range with 70 stations. One of the two fields, Parkland, was designed by Gary Player, while the second one, Links, is a Franco Piras signature course. Donnafugata golf course also has a Golf Academy dedicated to first-time golfers as well as golfers who need to improve their Handicap, offering lessons for all levels. With its mild winters and dry windy summers, Ragusa is surely an ideal destination for the whole year, offering amazing golfing experiences. For further details please visit: Donnafugata

Il Picciolo Golf Club (18 hole) - Linguaglossa (Catania)


Il Picciolo Golf Club is the first golf course ever made in Sicily. It was designed in 1989 by Luigi Rota Caremoli. The beautiful 18 holes stretch among oaks, hazeltrees and vineyards. Mt Etna is its major attraction, looming peacefully above and sometimes offering the amazing show of its lava pouring all around. The fresh air cooling hot summer temperatures and the height (650 mt above sea level) allow you to relax and forget the frenetic rhythms of city life. From the close town of Linguaglossa, at approximately 4 km distance, you can start exciting excursions to Mt. Etna. Very close you may find another extraordinary natural monument: the Alcantara Gorges, with their fascinating caves, falls and icy waters. Taormina and its charming atmosphere is only at 25 km distance. Reaching “Il Picciolo” from Catania airport, you can enjoy the peaceful sight of “Riviera dei Limoni”.
For further details please visit: IlPiccioloGolf

Le Madonie Golf Club (18 hole) - Cefalù (Palermo)


Le Madonie Golf Club stretches between Madonie Natural Park and Cefalù Gulf, on a plain characterized by Saracen olives, orange and lemon groves, almond and carob trees. The 18 hole international standard golf course is equipped with putting, pitching and chipping greens and a twentysix-places driving range. Designed by Luigi Rota Caremoli, this par 72 golf course extends over 6.000 square metres. Its pleasant layout, with five artificial lakes, a diffuse presence of bunkers, and the over 3.000 secular olive trees, 2.000 orange and lemon trees and about 100 carob trees make the course quiet and challenging for any player.
For further details please visit: LeMadonieGolf

Other Golf Clubs in Sicily:
Palermo (9 hole) VillaAiroldiGolfClub
Pantelleria (3 hole) GolfClubPantelleria
Marsala (3 hole) Disìo

Villas in Sicily for golf

Rocco Forte Golf Club and the Mediterranean Sea

Donnafugata Golf Club (18 hole)

Il Picciolo with the Etna on the background

Madonie Golf Club and the Tyrrhenian Sea

Golf at Il Picciolo

Sicilian Fauna on the Madonie Golf

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