Golf Holidays in Sicily ItalyValid 1 Feb 21 - 28 Feb 21
- 2 rounds at Borgo di Luce I Monasteri Golf & Spa Resort
- Standard Garden Room
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Located in an old monastery, the Borgo Di Luce I Monasteri Golf & Spa Resort has seen renovations since taking over the buildings to create a modern that complements the rich history and landscapes that the area boasts
Located onsite is an 18-hole, par-71 golf course, which has been built amongst 86 acres of a variety of trees and offers stunning views of the Iblea hill range.
Situated in the Sicilian mountain range is the beautiful Borgo Di Luce I Monasteri Golf & Spa Resort, housed in ancient architecture. The hotel has 102 rooms, ranging from classic to suites. Every room comes equipped with air conditioning, a flat-screen TV showing satellite channels, and some toiletries in the bathroom. Upgraded rooms can also enjoy patios with great views of the sweeping landscape. There are also gardens, which are cared for by local grounds staff and have a wide range of trees and plants, all of which can be found in the area.
Restaurant & Bars
Located onsite are three bars, boasting a fantastic array of wines and two restaurants, which specialize in locally sourced Sicilian cuisine. One of the restaurants overlooks the well-kept golf course, where you can enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner. During the summer months, the resort opens a patio with a fountain that overlooks the 18th hole, which hosts live music and events. One of the most notable features of this are the ancient trees still around, which date back centuries.
Spa & Leisure
Monasteri boasts a wonderful wellness center, that comes fully equipped with a hot tub, Turkish baths, specialist massage rooms and a sauna. There is also an outdoor pool, which can be used by all guests staying at the hotel.
With acres of space at your disposal, there are a number of hikes, including walks through olive gardens and amongst the citrus tree. Located just 20 minutes away is the ancient city of Syracuse, which is on the waterfront and is best known for its ruins dating back to the Roman period.