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Experiences Italy4golf – safety, quality and sustainability

Many industry experts claim the Coronavirus pandemic has changed the perception of tourism internationally, probably forever. New important needs have actually arisen, such as health security, which today seems essential, but in our opinion, there has also been a strong acceleration of some trends: people want a holiday that is increasingly a significant experience, made of contamination and territoriality, quality and sustainability.

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Italy4golf and MIRA Hotels & Resorts. A partnership for golf tourism in Italy

Italy4golf and the hotel group MIRA Hotels & Resorts have formed a partnership with the aim of providing the international golfing public with customised accommodation solutions in some of Italy’s most beautiful and prestigious golf destinations: Golf & Spa Acaya in Apulia, Golf & Spa Borgo di Luce in Sicily and Golf & Spa Riva in Tuscany.

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Who follows designers….. and who suffers them. Ca’ Della Nave Golf Club

LOST BALLS IN ITALY – BY ROBERTO VAN HEUGTEN

Around twelve years ago I approached golf whit no agonistic perspectives.
At that time I used to trade on Italian market high quality decorative synthetic lawns – for gardens, roofs and terraces – when the dutch producer informed me that a beautiful products line for domestic golf was ready. He also informed me that the professional assortment was set and that it was specifically designed for golfclubs’ practice areas.

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Prosecco DOCG. Discover it with the Italy4golf Experiences

Prosecco is today an internationally famous brand. A wine rightly appreciated all over the world for the surprising versatility that makes it easy to match with a multitude of dishes as a great choice for every occasion. Its aromatic and delicate taste also makes it a widely accessible wine, while remaining a wine that is anything but obvious.

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