Versilia Golf Resort, Forte dei Marmi, Tuscany. Just a few words to describe an entire world. There is Tuscany, with its joie de vivre which since, time immemorial, has attracted those who have made travel an art. There is Forte dei Marmi, just a short distance away, currently more vibrant and exclusive than ever before. The air echoes with memories of past seaside holidays, children and nannies, villas and the beach which, in former days, could be accessed by a private, hidden path. And there is the golf course.
A golf course which, here, in this corner suspended between the Apuane Alps and the Tyrrhean Sea, is transformed into a resort where each and every detail is the result of a special passion for hospitality.
The sea is just a short distance away and its smell is carried on the breeze that gives these skies their blue, cloudless effect. And the green looks even greener. This sophisticated, welcoming venue, reminiscent of a country residence, acts as a backdrop to the golf course. The golf course is its centre, its focal point. The course was designed by Marco Croze and inaugurated in 1990: 18, par 71 holes, extending over a surface area of 5873 metres. Course rating: 71.7 men. Slope rating: 123, winding through natural green surroundings amidst sand bunkers and water hazards.