Cosmopolitan Golf & Country Club is open all year long. The building consists of the Golf Club and the Resort, situated on the coast inside the Dune Oasis of Tirrenia, in the pine wood of the Migliarino, San Rossore and Massaciuccoli Nature Reserve. The Club can be reached in a few minutes from Pisa and its airport, but also from Viareggio and Livorno. It is also well connected to the most important Tuscan tourist cities such as Florence, Lucca and Siena.

The Golf Course, 18 holes, par 72, 6291m., was designed by Arch. David Mezzacane. The scenic links present some majestic views that develop in an unspoilt natural setting., was designed by Arch. David Mezzacane. The scenic links present some majestic views that develop in an unspoilt natural setting.

The Club House., designed by Aldo Rossi, Pritzker prize-winner and an expert in Italian Architecture, this is a valuable and functional addition to the site whose rational lines recall the famous past of the area now dedicated to green, where once there stood the Pisorno Studios.
The model of the complex is now exhibited in Paris at the Beaubourg Museum along with other illustrious examples of modern Italian architecture.




From Hollywood to the Greens, the beautiful story of the Cosmopolitan Golf & Country Club in Tirrenia begins in the 1930s.

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The Cosmopolitan Golf & Country Club of Tirrenia is linked to the golden age of Pisorno, the film studios, which in the 1930s, when the Turin studios became obsolete and Cinecittà did not yet exist, brought Hollywood into the pine wood, filling it with stars.
Unfortunately, while films such as “Campo di Maggio”, based on the Hundred Days of Napoleon in Elba were being shot, the Second World War moved forward and turned off the stage lights on the new studios, sealing their fate.
To give new hope to the people who lived and worked on the coast, in 1960, Carlo Ponti and Sofia Loren bought the film studios, calling them Cosmopolitan Film and attracting directors and artists of the calibre of De Sica, Fellini, Ferreri and Monicelli, as well as divas such as Claudia Cardinale and Annie Girardot.


Madame Sans-GÍne Christian-Jaque, Italia-Francia-Spagna, 1961, Sophia Loren sul set ©Angelo Frontoni / Cineteca Nazionale-Museo Nazionale del Cinema.Una immagine della mostra 'Tirrenia Citt‡ del Cinema-Pisorno-Cosmopolitan 1934-1969', presentata il 10 marzo 2016 in una conferenza stampa alla Casa del Cinema a Roma, iniziativa organizzata dal Museo Nazionale del Cinema in collaborazione con la Fondazione Palazzo Blu di Pisa, in programma dal 23 marzo al 3 luglio 2016 a Pisa. ANSA / US FONDAZIONE PALAZZO BLU+++ANSA PROVIDES ACCESS TO THIS HANDOUT PHOTO TO BE USED SOLELY TO ILLUSTRATE NEWS REPORTING OR COMMENTARY ON THE FACTS OR EVENTS DEPICTED IN THIS IMAGE; NO ARCHIVING; NO LICENSING+++




In 1979, Carlo Ponti’s daughter and his son-in-law, Guendalina and Walter Veltroni, began to develop the area towards tourism, and started building the golf course and the other infrastructure for tourists.

Since 2001


Since 2001, the area has become the property of local businessmen, and now the Golf Club is one of the most popular in Tuscany.

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Well connected to Pisa and to Galileo Galilei airport, great players have been trained here, some of whom have played in the Italian national team over the years and others today are excellent coaches.


Conference Room

The ideal place to organise business meetings and training courses. Easily accessible with a capacity of 50 people, the room is pleasantly furnished and boasts pleasant natural lighting. Cloakroom service and custom equipment with the necessary devices are available.

Biliard Room

Where you can play on a hand-crafted Etrusco Italian table, is located in the large and bright hall of the club, and is open and available to members every day of the year

Food and Drink Bar

An ideal place to sip an aperitif after a game, in particular thanks to the view from the large terrace overlooking the pool and the field. The refined wooden counter of the bar shares the scene with a lounge room with large gaming tables and comfortable leather sofas.


The Cosmopolitan Golf Club hosts an exhibition by the famous sculptor McElcheran, with three bronze subjects from the private collection of the Marianelli family called Businessmen. A man and a woman carrying a briefcase are installed in the spaces in front of the office. The third, a golfer, is located near the tee of starting hole 1.


Consiglio di Amministrazione

Riccardo Dal Monte

Vice President
Fabio Armani

Italo Novi CEO

Collegio Sindacale

Simone Tempesti

Alessandro Giannecchini
Federico Usmiani 


Veronica Marianelli

Vincenzo Panichi
Salvo Cunzolo
Riccardo Boris
Fabio Gaetaniello


Massimo Pugliese
Massimo PuglieseSports Director and Referee massimopugliese@cosmopolitangolf.it
Mattia Vanni
Mattia VanniSports Secretary and Refereemattiavanni@cosmopolitangolf.it
Silvia Paolicchi
Silvia Paolicchi Administrative Secretary and Wellcomingsilviapaolicchi@cosmopolitangolf.it