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Argentario Golf & Wellness Resort

Argentario Golf & Wellness Resort is found in the relatively undiscovered Maremma region of Tuscany between Mediterranean beaches and dramatic rolling hills. Loved by golfers for its first class course, the Resort will be on the map next year as it will be the host venue for the Italian Open on the DP World Tour.

I loved the way that, from above, the Argentario Resort resembles a giant dragonfly with wings reaching out over the stunning green grounds in its 77 protected acres.

This seems to epitomise the way the Resort aims to protect the area with its sustainable policies.

I'm not a golfer, but couldn't help being blown away by the beauty of this place, where superb sporting facilities lie next to a nature reserve and the serenity of the beloved countryside.

With an emphasis on wellbeing and sustainability, Argentario has a huge Wellness Centre with spa and gym, massage rooms and pool. Guests are encouraged to relax or get at one with nature on jogging trails. You can also hire Pirelli e-bikes. I enjoyed a leisurely walk to the neighbouring village of Orbetello with its gothic style cathedral. I stopped to enjoy a coffee with the locals at one of its lively cafes before exploring its pretty shops and delis.

Dinner in The Club House Restaurant was an intimate affair with delicious Italian dishes made from locally sourced ingredients. I am told that the Argentario area encapsulates the essence of the Mediterranean , producing the finest flavours and ingredients in Italy thanks to its perfect soil and climate. The fabulous wines and olive oils can be enjoyed in special tasting sessions.

I slept in a sumptuous bed in one of the 73 beautifully interior designed rooms with its quirky retro touches and simple, chic furnishings.


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