Golf on the Italian Riviera of Flowers Golf on the Italian Riviera of Flowers

Golf on the Italian Riviera of Flowers

22. 08.2022

San Remo is probably the most famous city on the Riviera of Flowers, boasting a very mild climate and charming Italian atmosphere. Here we find the exclusive Royal San Remo Hotel. Empress Sissi, King Carl Gustav of Sweden and other members of royalty have stayed here, as well as 35 Nobel Prize winners, businessmen, show business celebrities, ranging from Ella Fitzgerald, Celine Dion and Elton John, to superstars such as Roger Moore and Charlize Theron. The list is endless of all the celebrities who have stayed at the famous Royal San Remo Hotel on the Italian Riviera. Those who also wish to spend a few special days in Liguria this year, should definitely choose this renowned 5-star hotel.

Unobstructed Sea Views and Casino in the Immediate Vicinity

What makes the Royal San Remo Hotel, which is celebrating its 150th anniversary this year, so attractive is its idyllic location on the Riviera of Flowers: right on the beach and in the middle of a terraced, subtropical park with swimming pool, palm trees and lush evergreen vegetation. It is difficult to surpass the view of the luxuriant garden from the rooms, the lobby and also from the restaurants, with the blue sea in the background – making for incredibly romantic evenings.

In the three restaurants, Fiori di Murano, Corallina and Il Giardino, the refined palate will be indulged with Mediterranean and international specialities.

Royal Wellness

The pampering programme continues in the large wellness area, with various cosmetic procedures for the face and body. The indoor pool, saunas, vitarium and fitness centre are also worth a visit.

Just a Stone’s Throw from the Centre
San Remo centre with casino, shopping area and market, is practically around the corner and  can easily be explored on foot. Fashionable Monte Carlo is just a 30-minute drive away and  Nice airport can be reached in less than 1 hour.

Circolo Golf degli Ulivi golf course

The Circolo Golf degli Ulivi course was opened in 1928, when the European elite of the Belle Epoch era arrived on the Riviera of Flowers to enjoy la dolce vita. Eighteen holes wind through the olive groves on the beautiful mountain slopes of Val Segna. The fairways are correspondingly hilly, so one’s game here must also be fairly accurate.

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