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Argenta Golf Club

Emilia Romagna

Argenta Golf Club

The course

Argenta’s picturesque golf course features 18 holes and is located between Ferrara and Ravenna, 40 min from the sea and from Bologna. It is surrounded by the Po Delta regional park, near the Argenta  natural reserve Valle Santa. The ideal location to meet sport, tourist, cultural and gastronomic demands. The course is integrated into the surrounding area following its rolling terrain and river banks. Water hazards, low dunes with groves, local essence bushes and six elevated teeing grounds are the main features of this technical and varied track. Designed by Giovanni Trasforini in 1991, with strengthened grounds and luxuriant trees, the golf club has hosted  Emilia Romagna regional championships, junior and professional tournaments. In 2012, following the change of ownership, new investments on the Argenta Golf Club have led to a series of improvements. The scenic landscape, the track, the new organization, the quality of accommodation and the friendliness of the people all contribute to choosing  this striking course for their golfing needs.

Technical data

Inaugurated in 1991, designed by Giovanni Trasforini, 7 meters above sea level.


18 holes, par 72


  • Bar
  • Driving range
  • Golf carts
  • Golf School
  • Locker Rooms
  • Pitching green
  • Practice bunker
  • Pro shop
  • Putting green
  • Restaurant


Open all year

days off

Closed on Mondays except public holidays.

How to reach us

From the highway: highway A13 BO-PD, Ferrara Sud exit, take SS16 Adriatica to Ravenna, follow the signs for Argenta. One km before the town follow the sign on the right immediately after Boccaleone. From Bologna: follow the signs for Budrio, Molinella, Argenta to Ferrara. Approximately one km after Argenta you will see a sign on the left. (50 km in 50 minutes). From Ravenna take SS16 Adriatica to Ferrara. Approximately one km after Argenta you will see a sign on the left. (40 km in 40 minutes) From Lidi Ferraresi: take Ferrara-Mare road, follow the signs for Portomaggiore-Argenta. One km before the town follow the sign on the right immediately after Boccaleone ( 30 km in 30 minutes). From Cervia/Milano Marittima/Rimini: take SS16 Adriatica to Ravenna or highway A14 , Imola exit, then follow directions for Conselice, Argenta towards Ferrara Approximately one km after Argenta you will see a sign on the left. (60 km in 1 hour).
Contact info
Via Poderi, 2/a
44011 Argenta – (FE)
Tel. +39 0532 852545
Fax +39 0532 852545
Bologna (50 Km.), Padua (90 km.), Venice (130 km.) Lidi Ferraresi (40 Km.), Po River Delta (30 Km), Mesola Wood (60 Km.).

NOT TO BE MISSED: Around Argenta it is possible to visit many interesting touristic and cultural sites.
Above all we recommend Ferrara, Ravenna, Bologna, Comacchio and Po River Delta. Emilia Romagna is also famous worldwide for its cuisine and gastronomic specialties: undoubtedly a recurring theme for a region’s that offers also very unique specialties according to the specific area.

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