• Emma S

Golfing in Tuscany

With Tuscany’s picturesque rolling hills and mild climate, it is hard to imagine a better place for playing golf. That's what the British community in Florence must have thought in 1889 when they decided to lay out the first modern golf course in Italy a few kilometres north of the city. Since then, due to the superb natural setting, Tuscany has progressively transformed into a secret golfer’s paradise, offering a wide variety of golf courses in every part of the region.Here are 3 that you should visit when you next holiday in Tuscany in your August villa!

Una Poggio dei Medici Golf ClubNestled in the Mugello hills, not far from Florence, this golf course was awarded the prize as Italy’s best golf course in 2016. A must-try if you love golfing and challenging yourself!


Ugolino Golf Club

Set in the Chianti area of Tuscany, a few kilometres south of Florence, the Ugolino, dating back to the 1934, is one of the oldest golf clubs in Italy.

Toscana Golf Club

Set in the middle of the green hills of the Tuscan Maremma between olive groves and towering cypress trees, the course captivates with its impressive views.