A Couple Of The Best Bay Colony Naples Club Amenities

 

Have you heard of Bay Colony Country Club? It is located in Naples. It is a community that is based within nature preserves in which the golf course and community is perfectly balanced and integrated. It’s a beautiful location, one that you may consider becoming a member of, or you might want to look at the community itself. You ought to become one of the residents of Bay Colony. This overview of this country club and all of the different amenities will show you why so many people consider this to be one of the best golf communities in Naples.

Where Is It Located?

This is located near many of the popular golf communities like Pelican Marsh and Old Collier. It is east of Naples Park and is only a few minutes away from the Gulf of Mexico. Located in Pelican Bay, you will find incredibly beautiful homes and plenty of exclusive Club Amenities. They have a Beach Club, one that gives you access to a freshwater swimming pool, as well as white sandy beaches.

The Golf Course And Clubhouse

The golf courses 18 holes 72 par, and was created back in the 1990s. It was made by Robert von Hagge, along with the different practice facilities for chipping, putting, and driving. This individual has created many other awards winning golf courses, and that’s exactly what you get when you become a member. This is just one of over 250 golf courses he has been responsible for worldwide, and you will get access to this one as a member of Bay Colony. The clubhouse is enormous, designed with a plantation style. It is almost 35,000 square feet. There are entertainment venues and plenty of places to get fine dining. Regarding the times, you will never have a problem getting the one that you need because there are only 300 members for this golf course.

What Amenities Do You Get Access To?

The amenities that you will get access to will include golf amenities such as Wi-Fi, lockers, and a golf storage bag. You also get access to professional services which include shoe polishing, shoe repair, grip replacement, club fitting, and you can also shop at the many different stores and have your products gift wrapped. You get access to the luxury personal amenities and all of the refreshments that they have available. There are lounges for both men and women, all of which will be available once you become a member of Bay Colony.

Whether you become the proud owner of one of the 12 oceanfront mansions, or if you invest in one of the beachfront condominiums, you will be very happy with your selection. On top of the luxurious homes and condos that are available, you will have the golf course and amenities that come with membership. For all of these reasons, consider looking at Bay Colony as a place that you will not only want to play golf, but you may also call your home.

A brief Introduction to the Languedoc, France

The Languedoc-Roussillon is one of the most fascinating areas of Europe, bordering the Mediterranean Sea to the east and the Pyrenees Mountains to the south. It benefits from an exceptional climate (a “Mediterranean Climate”) and has an unusually rich wildlife, a spectacular coast, and surprising history. Things to see include mountains, rivers and lakes, ancient cities, towns, villages, thermal springs, abbeys, and cathedrals, châteaux and castles, notably the famous mountain fortresses popularly known as Cathar Castles. It possesses a number of World Heritage sites, including Carcassonne, the Canal du Midi, and the Pont du Gard.

In recent years it has become a popular French holiday destination, with long sunny days, Mediterranean beaches, tourist facilities, thousands of miles of walks, and rides, National Parks and wildlife reserves (such as the Camargue and the Cevennes), thermal springs and spas, grottoes and caves, and vestiges of the Languedoc’s long history, including dinosaur bones and eggs, prehistoric human remains, dolmens and megaliths, geology, archaeology and palaeontology, Greek and Roman architecture, and everywhere reminders of the the Cathars, the papal Crusade against them, and the Papal Inquisition that followed the crusade.

Time in the Languedoc now

Things to do in the Languedoc-Roussillon include a range of holidays, including naturist holidays and activity holidays. Sports include a wide range of land sports, water sports, air sports, mountain sports, winter sports, golf, hunting, shooting, hawking, and fishing. There are also numerous cultural activities, along with French regional food specialties, and Languedoc wines. Local festivals range from bull-running to the Fecos in Limoux and from sea-jousting in the north to celebrating la jour de St-Jean in the south by fire-jumping.

French 10 centimes stamp, 1944, showing the coat of arms of the LanguedocThe modern Languedoc-RoussillonThe Languedoc has a rich prehistory and history, including Celts, Hannibal with his elephants, Greeks, Romans, Visigoths, Moors, and Franks. Find out about the Medieval period, before the area was annexed by France, when its language, the Langue d’Oc, was the premier literary language of Europe, and its rulers, the Counts of Toulouse, were the most tolerant and enlightened rulers in the Western World.

The name Languedoc is used in many different ways: it can denote an area once known as Septimania, or a larger area once ruled by the The House of Toulouse which was annexed by France and cut down to become the Province of Languedoc under the ancien regime. It can also be used the denote the area where Occitan was the first language – over a third of modern France plus small parts of modern Spain and modern Italy. This area was once called Languedoc and is now more usually called Occitania. The term Languedoc can also be used to denote the four departements in the modern French region of Languedoc-Roussillon (Aude, Gard, Hérault, Lozère, but not the Pyrénées-Orientales). For more on the changing names and borders of the Languedoc click on this link to Provincia Gallia Narbonensis, Septimania, the Kindom of Narbonne, Gothia, County of Toulouse, Province of Languedoc, Occitania and Languedoc-Roussillon