Golf Accommodation and Hotels
Spa & Sport Resort Sveti Martin is a unique destination located in continental Croatia designed to offer relaxation, wellness, sport, active vacation, conference and team building amenities in combination with the finest gourmet wine & dine offer and beautiful nature. It is situated in the protected …
Kempinskis are renowed for their facilities and stylish design and the Kempinski on the Adriatic Coast of Croatia is no exception. One Indoor and two outpool pools, a private beach just 150 metres away where you can try the crystal clear Adriatic. A unique 3000sq m duplex SPA boasts …
This kingly sport has been creating a network of acquaintances based on pleasure and prestige since ancient times. Play golf all year round in the hanging gardens of the Spa & Sport Resort Sveti Martin, just minutes away from your hotel room. The golf courses of the Spa & Sport Resort Sveti …
The golf is pleasant holiday golf. Modern course but blends in nicely with the local landscape with an impressive clubhouse and the opportunity to play to your handicap…Unless you play off the back tees where the near 7000 yards can punish you unless your long game is on form.
Adriatic Sea Golf Breaks
Motovun is a medieval town that grew up on the site of an ancient city called Kastelijer. It is situated on a hill 270m above sea level with houses scattered all over the hill. On the inner walls are several coats-of-arms of different Motovun ruling families and two gravestones of Roman inhabitants (dating from the 1st century).
The Rovinj coastal area has numerous bays, creeks and inlets. There are places of great natural and ecological value such as Punta Corente-Muntrav, Saint Andrea’s archipelago, the Palud marsh, the Limski Kanal Fjord, and Monfiorenzo cave. The presence of man in Rovinj reaches back to prehistoric time, with
a settlement dating from the 2nd century presenting a unique opportunity to see such an architectural model.
You should also find time to take a boat tour into Lim Fjord. The Fjord penetrates the inland for six miles and is practically unreachable for men and therefore a paradise for many animals. You can even visit the newly “renovated” pirates cave there!