Isola del Garda (Island of Garda) is certainly one of the most fascinating premium activities among the many proposals in the Italy4golf Experiences dedicated to Northern Italy.
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The perfect golf getaway: a week surrounded by the stunning beauty of Lake Garda, its nature, colours and scents while playing the courses of three top-level Italian Golf Clubs. Plus, a perfectly tailored and guided itinerary that will carry you right to some of the places where the renowned Italian food and wine tradition was born: Bardolino, Valpolicella, Verona. All of it with a top-class staying at a praised Resort.
«Tonight, I could have reached Verona, but I would have let escape a marvel of the nature, an enchanting sight, Lake Garda; I did not want to miss it, and I was beautifully rewarded for this diversion. ” – Wolfgang Goethe, Journey to Italy, 12 September 1786.
I’m walking on the shore, cuddled by a gentle and refreshing breeze. Today my golf round was lucky, eighteen holes surrounded by vineyards and beauty. Actually I’m halfway my golf trip, and I can admit that I could not make a better choice booking this holiday so full of emotions.
I could describe every minute of my trip, but it will be enough remembering these shores to recall Garda and Iseo lakes, natural paradise that host some of the more fascinating Italian golf courses, celebrated and commemorated in the clubhouses of everywhere.
Un’esperienza straordinaria da vivere su due famosi laghi del nord Italia, immersi in uno spettacolare ambiente naturale incastonato tra le Alpi e la campagna circostante, dove il cielo azzurro incontra la superficie del lago, mescolato al verde degli alberi e dei prati vicini.
Qui, potrete giocare a golf su campi, progettati da architetti prestigiosi, che hanno ospitato importanti tornei internazionali.
“Everything seemed so lush, almost tropical – and everything seemed woven from the sun. Leaves, the earth, the stems of the plants […] So Riva: and there the lake sparkled in the sun. […] For him, Riva was beautiful. First of all, the ancient tower with its large blue facade with the clock rose up at the quay of the lake […] There was the lake, alive and marbled, with its blue-black transparent water, rather dark, so alive. And there were boats with bright yellow sails and red and orange sails, and boats with two white sails […] And there was cordiality, a sparkle, a delightful ease beyond belief, southern in its ease, and Nordic in its charm alert.”
Lake Garda has always been the Italian lake most visited by the national and international influx of tourists, which has enabled the establishment of institutional bodies and private initiatives that today are capable of proposing a complete, varied offer including nature, sport, entertainment, wine and food and much more besides.