Unlimited golf in an idyllic setting is the mouth-watering prospect that awaits golfers taking up Verdura Resort’s invitation to book a stay-and-play break at the exclusive Sicilian venue this spring.
Described by previous visitors including European Tour star Álvaro Quirós as “paradise”and set next to the sparkling azure waters of the Mediterranean, the resort boasts one of the world’s most beautiful golfing locations and is offering players outstanding value over the coming months – with three-night unlimited golf packages bookable from €407 per person.
Available until May 24, the breaks include unlimited rounds on Verdura’s world-class 18-hole championship course – home of the European Tour’s Rocco Forte Sicilian Open – as well as complimentary use of the resort’s double-ended driving range.
Daily use of a golf buggy over 18 holes, a yardage book of the Kyle Phillips-designed course and a Verdura Resort polo shirt, are also included together with a welcome fruit basket and sparkling wine on arrival, plus a complimentary bottle of Verdura Società Agricola olive oil.
All packages, which are bookable for a minimum three nights, are on a bed-and-breakfast basis, with prices starting from €271 per room per night staying in a Deluxe Room.
Set in 230 hectares of stunning Mediterranean landscape on Sicily’s southern coast, Verdura Resort’s golf facilities include an outstanding 18-hole championship course as well as a par-three nine-hole course, double-ended driving range and first-class academy and Performance Institute.
Located between Agrigento and the fishing city of Sciacca, an 80-minute drive from Trapani and Palermo airports, Verdura Resort – a member of the exclusive European Tour Properties network – features 203 rooms and suites, all with a sea view, including six villas which offer a perfect solution for family holidays, each with its own private swimming pool.
Away from the fairways, the resort offers an extensive array of other luxury sports and lifestyle facilities, while guests also have the opportunity to sample, on and off-site, a taste of the gastronomy, wine, history and culture that has made Sicily famous across the world.
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