One of the most fascinating golf courses in Italy is located in the town of Capriva del Friuli. We offer you an unforgettable stay, in the shade of a charming castle, playing a few rounds of golf, meeting prestigious wineries, dining in refined and starred restaurants and visiting, accompanied by a guide, an area full of hidden gems.
Arrival and accommodation Welcome cocktail in which an accompanying person will be happy to give you the indications for your stay.
Free time to explore the surroundings walking through the hills of Capriva del Friuli.
Dinner in a refined local restaurant a stone's throw from the location where you are staying.
Morning to spend playing golf among the magnificent 18 holes, Handicap limit 54. Possibility to rent equipment or a teacher. Lunch in the golf club savoring simple but delicious dishes accompanied certainly by a good glass of white.
In the afternoon, after a substantial rest, we offer the experience of a guided tour of a prestigious winery in the Collio, in the picturesque countryside surrounding the castle followed by wine tasting.
Dinner in a starred restaurant near Capriva del Friuli, where you can experience the local but refined cuisine rich in aromas and tastes that will leave your palates ecstatic.
Once again the morning will be occupied by the game of golf along the slightly hilly terrain and surrounded by ponds. After a quick meal at the club and some well-deserved relaxation, a guide will accompany you to nearby Gorizia, the provincial capital, once called “The Austrian Nice”.
The starting point is certainly the Castello Di Gorizia and its village dating back to the 11th century that will make you relive a medieval experience. After an obligatory visit to the castle, a gentle walk along the descent from the castle will lead you to via Rastello, the street that was once thriving for trade and today you can admire its old shops. Finally, you will arrive at the magnificent Piazza Vittoria embellished by the majestic Baroque church of Sant’Ignazio with its wonderful decorative interiors in marble and carved with inlaid wooden furniture dating back to the seventeenth century. At the end of the day, a dinner will be served in a prestigious square surrounded by historic buildings owned by noble families such as Villa Lantieri. An evening to enjoy even more the Central European atmosphere of this quiet border town. crossroads of peoples and cultures, which bears the name of Gorizia.