For golf lovers, the Lido of Venice offers ’18 holes’ immersed in a surprising historic natural setting among the old military fortifications and unspoiled and pristine nature just minutes from the sea, dotted by poplars and sea pines.

The greens at the Golf Club at the lido of Venice were opened in 1930 at the request of the American magnate, Henry Ford, a frequent visitor to the Venetian coast. This led Conte Giuseppe Volpi to create one of the best courses so he could play during his Italian holidays.

Going from nine to eighteen holes after the war, a welcoming Club House was added to course with a restaurant. This allowed guests to spend a pleasant day outdoors and sample delicious Venetian dishes in a charming setting.