Situated between the Tagliamento River Estuary and the Marano lagoon, Lignano Golf Club is a product of one Italy’s most revered architects, Marco Croze, who has designed a number of other leading Italian golf courses including the likes of Asiago Golf Club and Golf Club Arosa.

As a two-time host of the Italian Open on the Ladies European Tour in the early 90s, Lignano has clearly got championship pedigree and will offer visiting golfers a testing round of golf and after a long day on the fairways, guests can also make use of the excellent spa and wellness facilities located in the Hotel Golf Inn Lignano which adjoins the golf clubhouse. What better way to unwind after 18 holes than a quick stint in the sauna, steam room, Turkish baths and tepidarium?