Garda Lake
Garda Lake

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Lake Garda is one of the favourite holiday destinations in our area. It is ideal for relaxing, recharging your batteries or doing sporting activities

The pride of the Italian territory
"Oh Benaco, you swell your waves and tremble like the sea"

Lake Garda is one of the favourite holiday destinations in our area. It is ideal for relaxing, recharging your batteries or doing sporting activities immersed in nature. Arrive by train, car or plane from the main cities of northern Italy.

It is a freshwater basin, a blue expanse where Monte Baldo and all the mountains that gracefully surround it are reflected. There are breathtaking views, picturesque medieval villages and a spectacular nature. A perfect mix to get your holiday on Lake Garda off to the best possible start.

Peace and serenity, sport and entertainment, nature and art, tradition and modern comforts fulfil the holiday needs of numerous tourists and regulars all year round. The opportunities for excursions are unlimited, even in the hidden and charming areas surrounding the lake: cultural, naturalistic, sporting and fun excursions.

Peschiera, traced by the walking of history since the Bronze Age, with its Fortress, the Piazza d'Armi, the Military Prison, and overflowing with countless activities on the water, such as sailing, water skiing, rowing, windsurfing, the beginning and terminus of cycle tourism linked to the surroundings.

Sirmione, with its churches, its Scaligero Castle, the Grottoes of Catullus and a historic center packed with activities.

"Lasitium", Lazise, a privileged destination for those who appreciate thermal parks, beautiful beaches, the Natura Viva Zoological Park and an impeccable synthesis of the most modern entertainment needs and a thousand-year history.

Bardolino, from the Gaelic "Cantore", popular, universal, for D.O.C. and D.O.C.G. of its vineyards, studded with churches and small churches, such as San Zeno and San Severo.

And, finally, Malcesine, with the Church of Santo Stefano, built on the ruined vestiges of a pagan temple to the Goddess Isis, the Palazzo dei Capitani and yet another Scaliger Castle, the result of the defense and fortification intentions desired by the Lords of Verona.

Only a stone's throw from Valeggio, this area surrounding the lake colours every season with excitement and splendour.

How to get to the lake:

  • Bybus A.P.A.M.- Route 46 - From the bus stop in Via Circonvallazione Sud, in front of the Ristorante Lanterna - Buses run every hour (from 7.30 am to 6.30 pm) - Cost of ticket: 2 euros- Journey time: ca.20 minutes.