Golfing in Sardinia

Golfing in Sardinia means impeccably maintained courses against stunning backdrops that attract golfers from all over the world: Is Molas offers the international elite unrivalled views of the sea and the Roman ruins of Nora, whilst Il Pevero is based on an idea of Aga Khan. Wherever you choose, the greens of Sardinia are some of the best in the Mediterranean, for players of all levels. Golf schools and courses make sure beginners quickly get the hang of it whilst those already familiar with the game can hone their skills. After all, there’s surely nowhere more beautiful than La Paradisola to learn this sport!

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Golfing in Sardinia

Golfing in Sardinia means impeccably maintained courses against stunning backdrops that attract golfers from all over the world: Is Molas offers the international elite unrivalled views of the sea and the Roman ruins of Nora, whilst Il Pevero is based on an idea of Aga Khan. Wherever you choose, the greens of Sardinia are some of the best in the Mediterranean, for players of all levels. Golf schools and courses make sure beginners quickly get the hang of it whilst those already familiar with the game can hone their skills. After all, there’s surely nowhere more beautiful than La Paradisola to learn this sport!

Is Molas

The meeting place for jet-setters: the Is Molas 18-hole golf course near Santa Margherita di Pula in southern Sardinia makes golf champions from all over the world feel welcome. The unique views of the Roman ruins of Nora and the turquoise water, coupled with impeccably kept lawns, make Is Molas an unforgettable golfing experience. A restaurant and bar provide culinary delights, whilst those looking for relaxed wellness will love the swimming pool, sauna, treatment menu and tennis court. A golf cart and golf school round off the service offer.

Chia

Just 20 km from Is Molas, there is a Pitch & Putt in Chia, where golfers can train to their hearts’ content on an 18-hole course.

Il Pevero

Golfing based on the philosophy of Aga Khan. Based on his idea, the Costa Smeralda in the north of Sardinia became home to a special golf course between the bays of Cala di Volpe and Volpero. As one of the most stunning in the world, the 18-hole course Il Peveroboasts lush vegetation, dramatic rock formations and breathtaking views of the sea. Equipped with a pro shop, restaurant, putting green, electric cart, swimming pool and bar, there really is nothing left to be desired.

Other golf courses

Are located along the west coast, north of Oristano with the 18-hole course Club Is Arenas, in the south-east with the 9-hole course at Villasimius Golf Club and in Merana, Sassari and San Teodoro.

Our tip:

You can find an overview of Sardinia’s impressive golf courses at 1golf.eu