Romagna is renowned for having a lot of PDO and PGI products. There truly is something for everyone, from cold cuts and cheeses to fresh fruits and vegetables.
Take advantage of the area to enjoy a holiday playing golf and tasting typical local products. Be sure to visit the museums dedicated to various foods.
Golf and good food in Romagna
For those in search of a golfing holiday in Romagna, we recommend choosing from amongst six golf courses in the area (Adriatic Golf Club Cervia, Riolo Golf Club La Torre, Le Cicogne Golf Club Faenza, I Fiordalisi Golf Forlì-Cesena, Rimini-Verucchio Golf Club and Riviera Golf Resort), then cool down after your day of sport with a taste of the local specialities.
Have tea with Romagna nectarines and a cheese platter with Formaggio di Fossa from Sogliano, typical of Rimini, or a lovely piadina wrap with squacquerone cheese from one of the kiosks dotted throughout Romagna.
Two of the area’s food museums not to be missed are Casa Artusi, dedicated to the father of Italian cuisine, Pellegrino Artusi, and the Museo del Sale di Cervia, to discover why the salt here is called sweet.
Less than 50 km from Bologna, Argenta Golf Club, Golf Club A. Fava Cento, Cus Ferrara Golf, Golf Club Ca’ Laura in Ferrara offer the chance to try delicious dishes like pumpkin cappellacci pasta, risotto with green asparagus from Altedo, or a slice of salama da sugo pork sausage.