18 holes for a fairy tale amid history and nature

In a delightful historic but natural setting, the Lido di Venezia offers an amazing “18 holes”, the destination for all golf lovers who show off their skills among the 19th century bastions, poplars, mulberries and sea pines.
Inaugurated in 1930, the course was the creation of Conte Giuseppe Volpi that, at the request of the automotive magnate Henry Ford, a golfer and frequent visitor to the Lido, built the first 9-hole course around the ex-Austrian fort that is still there today.
At the end of the war, another nine holes were added to the first nine and, with the march of time and the growing success of the links, the Club House and restaurant, beloved for its regional cuisine, were added.
The Club House is located on a former military barracks for the Austrian army, a welcoming space full of charm where you can spend an enjoyable day and moments of pure relaxation and fun.