In the charming and unique scenery of the first hinterland of Milano Marittima, between green meadows, pine forests and brackish lakes, a few minutes from the city center and from the sunny beaches of the Riviera, is, with its 27 holes, the most important Golf Club of Romagna: the Adriatic Golf Club of Milano Marittima. Fruit of the collaboration of professional golfer Baldovino Dassù and architects Alvise Rossi and Marco Croze, the field extends over an area of nearly 100 hectares, bordering the sea and the pine forest. Three routes that the club offers its guests, each different from the other and landscape features, in formulating a path varied and highly stimulating. It ranges from the red route Croze who designed the shade of a pine forest untouched; the blue route, which inspired the great examples of North American lakes transformed into beautiful and complicated obstacles that move the track; to conclude with the last 9 holes, made in 2004, that reinterpret an original model of the classic Scottish links to the yellow route. A structure of great prestige, therefore, so as to have repeatedly hosted the Italian Professional Championships, which has become a favorite destination of international tourism and can meet as naturally established professionals and newcomers.