Golf holidays in Istria, Croatia
Istria, Croatia's top destination for golf, culture and gastronomy
New, undiscovered golf courses, warm hospitality, excellent cuisine, fascinating history and culture, that is the magic of Istria. Golf in Istria blended with the unspoilt Adriatic Coast is an ideal golf destination for keen golfers and for those who want to explore.
Golf in Istria
All year round perfect climate for playing golf, especially when in autumn the weather at home gets cold, wet and grey. Great golf courses, beautiful scenery and wonderful resorts accommodation like hotel Kempinski Adriatic and apartments Skipper in Savudrija provide the perfect setting.
The Adriatic Coast
The Istrian Adriatic coast is quickly becoming one of Europe’s top golf pro destinations according to golf club reviews. The Northern Adriatic is shared between three different countries, Croatia, Italy and Slovenia and is home to some of Europe’s top golf courses. These golf courses are located on the Istrian peninsula.
Istria is a perfect place to play golf for several reasons. Firstly, it boasts a fantastic Mediterranean climate but it really is a place where hassle free golf can be played all year round and there is no wonder so many golf players have already made the trip.
The Croatian Tuscany
Istria being the most popular tourist destination in Croatia is often referred to as Croatian Tuscany, a region with a rich cultural and historical legacy, charming towns along the coastline and medieval hilltop villages.
We in Istria like to say that the Istrian Peninsula is the best of Tuscany and Venice rolled into one.
Top golf courses
Colf course Adriatic
In terms of golf basics, golfers are spoilt for choice playing golf, with some of the most famous golf courses in their respective countries. One of the top golf courses in the region is golf club Adriatic, located on the Croatian side of the Istrian peninsula.
Resorts accommodation like hotel Kempinski Adriatic and apartments Skipper in Savudrija provide the perfect setting.
Golf course Trieste
Another crown where golfers can show off their golf style is the Golf club Trieste. Ideal for PGA golf pros and beginners alike, you can be sure to pull out your best golf clubs at this fantastic golf Club.
Rounds of golf at the Kempinski 18 hole championship golf course Adriatic can be easily combined with golfing at the golf course Trieste ... more info
Golf course Brijuni
Have you ever played golf in the company of deer, mouflon, rabbits and peacocks? If you are looking for a completely new experience for playing golf, then the Brijuni golf course should definitely be your next destination.
Wining and dining in Istria - Istria, the best of Tuscany and Venice rolled into one
We know golf does not end any more with the last hole on green, but with a good glass of wine and miraculous meal in great company. Istria is also famous for its excellent local cuisine: homemade, seasonal and fresh. Particularly excellent are the region’s truffles and sole fish.
The area is also home to some most famous vine producers, such as Degrassi, Kabola, Kozlović and Matosevic, just to name a few.
Golf & Gourmet holidays - The best of the Istrian flavours
3 nights at Boutique hotel San Rocco, in the wine village of Brtoningla, in a double rooms with gourmet breakfast + 2 rounds of golf at the nearby 18-hole championship golf course Adriatic.
One 4-course truffle dinner per person (excluding drinks) in the restaurant "Stari Podrum" and visit to the well known nearby winery "Kabola Wines" including wine testing with a choice of Istrian delicacies (Istrian ham, extra-virgin olive oil and truffels.
Return transfer to the nearby restaurant and the winery in the village of Momjan optional and at the extra charge. Transfer journey approx. 20 minutes.
Golf holidays in Slovenia
Golf in Istria can be easily combined with golfing at the nearby golf resorts in Slovenia an increasingly popular destination amongst golfers in Europe, who are flocking here to take advantage of this region’s magnificent courses, great culture, superb historical sites and beautiful backdrops.
Top golf courses
The following golf courses provide not only a challenge to golfers of all abilities, but also wonderful surroundings in which to enjoy the game. The playing surfaces, landscapes and nice weather all combine for an entertaining golfing experience.
Diners club Ljubljana
Diners Golf & Country, Ljubljana. One of the finest and most refined golf courses in Slovenia - the star of European Golf Championships. Not far from Ljubljana city centre and airport lies the 18-hole golf course with its large and well kept greens and tees.
Golf course Arboretum
Golf Arboretum, Ljubljana. Another top Slovenia golf course, the course is set over hilly terrain, making for an extremely difficult round, although there are 3 tee boxes so you can find your appropriate level.
The beautiful setting is matched by the challenging layout, providing for a truly enjoyable golfing experience. The natural beauty of Slovenia is largely untouched, creating an idyllic place to enjoy both golf alongside a host of other activities.
The Royal King’s Course Bled
The Royal King’s Course Bled is undoubtedly one of the most exhilarating and beautiful places to play golf anywhere in the world. The course offers perfectly manicured surfaces, a strategic layout and also breath-taking sweeping views of the local countryside including views out over to Bled Castle.
Flights to the nearest airport
One of the key advantages of the Istrian peninsula is the convenient location location and within easy driving distance from the international airports of Pula, Trieste, Ljubljana, Treviso and Venice makes Istria a perfect starting point to discover the region ..... more info
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Europe’s hot spots - Istria
They have a saying in Istria that the Istrian Peninsula is the best of Tuscany and Venice rolled into one.
Lonely Planet has awarded Istria the Best in Europe 2019 award.
by Heidi Mitchell, Travel + Leisure August 29, 2016See all Guest's testimonials