Tag: Franciacorta


From superb Golf to fine Wine

Having an extraordinary, unrepeatable experience between Lake Garda and Lake Iseo in which it is possible to alternate splendid mornings playing golf on historical courses designed by famous architects, hosting important international tournaments, with afternoons spent in pursuit of cultural, wine and food excellences of the local area.

An unforgettable all-inclusive holiday, rich in premium activities, such as prestigious wine tasting sessions held in select, renowned wine-producing cellars, but also private visits and dinners hosted in marvellous, exclusive historical locations alongside moments of priceless relaxation while observing at the lush panoramas of one of the most beautiful areas of Italy.

Courses in this Experience:

Hotel and Spa in this Experience:

Activities and Locations in this Experience:

  • 3 Wine tasting sessions @ 3 different prestigious Wineries among Franciacorta and Garda
  • Garda Lake
  • Sirmione – Grotte di Catullo
  • Montisola
  • Iseo Lake
  • Brescia City Center

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Italy4golf Experiences

The demand for high-quality, exclusive experiences integrated into all-inclusive solutions perfectly fits into a complete, customised tourist offer, that not only means being able to practice golf in select, splendid golf clubs, but it also includes activities and proposals capable of making Italy4golf Experiences unforgettable.

All the I4G Experiences have been conceived by Italy4golf yet are developed and managed by selected local tour operators to make sure you get the most out of your golfing holiday.

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Food and Wine in the Lake Garda and Franciacorta areas

Food, wine and tourism – In the last few articles on this blog, we have dealt with two areas in the north of Italy which are considered tourist attractions of paramount importance: the first, Lake Garda, has always been characterised by a highly-variegated, international type of tourism, while the second, Franciacorta-Lake Iseo area, is distinguished by niche tourism and is more associated with the wine-producing activities carried out in Franciacorta.

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