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Easter Golf with Gastronomy and Wellness in Tuscany

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A relaxing combination of golf, gastronomy and wellness is on offer this Easter at the mesmerizing Argentario Golf Resort & Spa in Tuscany.

The luxurious Argentario is situated on the Monte Argentario promontory in the Maremma region in Italy. It offers the charm, tranquillity and beauty of a Tuscan hideaway with sleek, modern design and state-of-the-art facilities.

The resort’s Easter breaks include three nights sleeping in a spacious junior suite that feature sophisticated black furnishings with contrasting light oak floors. Each with their own private wooden terrace overlooking the golf course and Tuscan landscape beyond.

Tuscany in all its beauty

Whilst staying at the resort, guests can enjoy golf over the par 71, 6,218 metre course. The course provides panoramic views over the Orbetello Lagoon, the Tyrrhenian Sea and the surrounding rugged hillside as the golf course weaves in and out of olive groves and natural Mediterranean vegetation.

Off the course, there is an Espace Wellness Centre and MediSPA to unwind. The 2,700 square meter spa includes a fitness centre , bio-sauna with chromotherapy, Kneipp circuit, heated indoor swimming pool with saline water, massage cabins and tanning showers plus numerous other services.

The gastronomic Easter Lunch, created by chef Riccardo Cappelli, is served in the Dama Dama Restaurant, named after the fallow deer that occasionally roam the resort. The cuisine is based on the flavours and colours of the local terrain with dishes prepared using authentic produce from small, local farms or the hotel’s vegetable garden and orchard.

Other facilities include a golf practice area, tennis courts, jogging paths that skirt the golf course and edge of the forest and a small football pitch. Argentario is accessed from Rome Fiumicino Airport by car in an hour and a half. Whilst Rome Ciampino and Pisa are just over two hours away.

Read more about The Argentario and the Easter brakes.

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