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18, 27 and 36 holes

Rivieragolf


Emilia Romagna
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The course

The golf course meanders along the right bank of the River Conca, an area of outstanding natural beauty and notable avifaunal interest. The 18-hole course was planned by the famous designer Graham Cooke to adapt to the gently rolling hills of the countryside near San Giovanni in Marignano. The joy of playing golf is the philosophy the course designer has succeeded in transferring to the 18 holes, which cover 6,412 metres. As well as two 18-hole putting greens and brand new pitching and chipping greens – created by emphasising the three-dimensional effect so golfers can work on their deep shots – there is a driving range with heated, floodlit stations. New for 2011, 9 Executive holes and Pitch & Putt. After the game, prepare to be pampered at Rivierabeauty where, as well as a sauna, steam bath and whirlpool course, the beauty centre offers a vast range of treatments. At Rivieragolfresort, surrounded by the lush green countryside of the Malatesta Seignory, where the tranquillity of the inland area meets the best local flavours and fragrances, guests can enjoy a wonderful mix of sport, relaxation and wellness.

Technical data

6.412 metres + 9 holes Executive Pitch & Putt.

Holes

18 holes, par 72

Season

Open all year

days off

Closed on Mondays during the winter.

How to reach us

Leave the A14 motorway at Cattolica exit and head towards San Giovanni in Marignano. At the third roundabout, follow signs for the golf club that is just a few minutes drive away. GPS coordinates: 43.9497°N – 12.6913°E
Contact info
Via Conca Nuova 1236
47842 San Giovanni in Marignano - Rimini
Tel. +39 0541 956499
Fax +39 0541 825217

segreteria@rivieragolf.it
www.rivieragolf.it 
Nearby
Rimini airport (15 km), Riccione (8 km), Rimini (15 km), San Marino (20 km), Forlì airport (60 km), Bologna airport (130 km), Ancona airport (100 km).

NOT TO BE MISSED:
The club is just 5 minutes from the most beautiful beaches of the Adriatic Riviera. Guests can shop in Viale Ceccarini and visit the theme parks of Oltremare and Aquafan in Riccione, Monte San Bartolo Nature Park, Regina Museum and Le Navi Aquarium in Cattolica and the Roman ruins, Malatesta Temple, designed by Alberti, and Municipal Museum in the old town centre of Rimini. And in San Giovanni in Marignano, the ancient borough known as the “granary of the Malatesta”, why not take time out to visit the Gilmar, Max Mara, Fuzzi, Diffusione Tessile, Stephanel, Moschino, Jean Paul Gaultier, Custo Barcelona and San Marino Factory outlet stores. Meanwhile, in the nearby hills you’ll find the splendid mediaeval villages of Montegridolfo, Mondaino, Saludecio, Montescudo and Montefiore, the castles of Gradara and Urbino and the ancient Republic of San Marino. Finally, in nearby Misano Adriatico it is possible to race on real circuit and take safe driving and sports driving courses, even on a racing car, at Misano World Circuit, which each year hosts a Moto GP world championship race.

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