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Located 3.1 miles from Porto Ercole, Argentario Golf Resort and Spa features a free organic wellness centre, a panoramic 18-hole golf course and 2 tennis courts. Guests can enjoy the resort's gourmet restaurant and bar, and another restaurant and bar at the Club House, on the golf course. All design rooms come with a private terrace and free Wi-Fi.
Argentario Golf Spa includes a heated indoor pool, sensory showers and a hot tub, but also a gym and 2 saunas. Outside, you will find a summer pool and a five-a-side football pitch. Beauty treatments and massages are bookable on site.
Rooms have minimalist décor and vintage or dark wood furnishings. Each has an LCD satellite TV, minibar and a spacious bathroom with soft bathrobes and slippers.
Local products and the resort's own organic vegetables are used to create Tuscan-inspired dishes at the Dama Dama Restaurant. A rich buffet breakfast is served daily.
Marina di Cala Galera is 2.8 miles from the resort, and it is a 15-minute drive to the harbour at Porto Santo Stefano. A special flat rate at the 18-hole golf course is provided.
The resort's golf course holds a BioAgriCert environmental certification for using natural products and supporting biodiversity.
Argentario, with its par-71, 18-hole course and excellent practice facilities, is the only PGA licensed golf facility in Italy and is a visually striking course which, unusually, is suitable for play all year round. The course is surrounded by cork and olive trees in a geographically protected oasis, and it's an area that also enjoys an exceptionally mild climate.
The course was designed by renowned architect David Mezzacane, with input from former European tour professional Baldovino Dassù. It is located in Maremma, one of the most fascinating areas of Tuscany and part of the peninsula of Monte Argentario. The beaches of Feniglia and Giannella are close by and you can even reach the centre of Rome in around 90 minutes, while Siena is about an hour away.
The course itself is a gem with small greens that can be tricky to find if the prevailing breeze decided to blow stronger than usual. To score well over this testing layout you will be required to play with considerable precision as well as length.
The course enjoys fine views across the valley to the open sea, the Orbetello lagoon and the hills of the Maremma in the distance. The undulating terrain, extensive use of water hazards and rough provide an enjoyable challenge for most ability levels, although this is not a track for beginners.
The 330-yard driving range has 24 stations, 12 of which are covered, while there's also extensive chipping and putting areas adjacent to the course.
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