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Italian golf courses
18, 27 and 36 holes

Adriatic Golf Club Cervia

Emilia Romagna

Adriatic Golf Club Cervia

The course

The 27 holes of this charming club wind their way through uncontaminated pinewoods and salt lakes in a setting of rare natural beauty just a short distance from the sea. The first nine holes, along the pinewood, were built as classic Scottish links, whilst the second nine, surrounded by water obstacles, were inspired by the great American courses. The third nine holes, which opened in 2004, boast a completely innovative design that guarantees that the course is extremely enjoyable. The Italian Professional Championships have been held here on several occasions, as have all the most important Italian amateur competitions. A Mecca for international tourism, the golf club is surrounded by tourist facilities including top-class hotels.

Technical data

Red Course: 9 holes, par 36, 3.234 metres, CR 36,4, Slope 126 designed by Marco Croze, 0 metres above sea level; Blue Course: 9 holes, par 36, 3.038 metres, CR 35,2, Slope 125 designed by Marco Croze, 0 metres above sea level; Yellow Course: 9 holes, par 35, 3.093 metres, CR 35,2, Slope 124 designed by Alvise Rossi Fioravanti e Baldovino Dassù, 0 metres above sea level


Red Course: 9 holes - Blue Course: 9 holes - Yellow Course: 9 holes


  • Bar
  • Driving range
  • Golf School
  • Manual and electric trolley hire
  • Pitching green
  • Pro shop
  • Restaurant


open all year round

days off

closed from 5 of January to 5 of February and every Tuesday, unless a bank holiday, from 1 November to 28 February

How to reach us

Take the Bologna - Rimini motorway and exit at Cesena. Take the provincial road towards the sea for 12 km and in Cervia, follow signs for Milano Marittima town centre and the golf club.
Contact info
Via Jelenia Gora 6
48016 Cervia / Milano Marittima - Ravenna
Tel. +39 0544 992786
Fax +39 0544 993410
Ravenna (15 km), Rimini airport (30 km), Forlì airport (40 km), Bologna airport (80 km).

Not to be missed:

The Mausoleum of Galla Placidia and Teodorico, St. Apollinare Nuovo, St. Vitale, St. Apollinare in Classe, the tomb of Dante Alighieri, the natural Saline Reserve, Cervia Spa, and Mirabilandia amusement park.

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