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Nestled amidst the lakes of northern Italy, within a brief distance from both the city of Brescia and Milan, lies Lake Garda. The largest lake in Italy is shared between two regions, that of Lombardy, Brescia and Veneto, Verona. This picturesque lake offers a picture postcard landscape and a Mediterranean ambience where rolling hills, vineyards and olive trees meet mountains and lakes. The area is equally known for its mountain regions with the Camonica Valley, the Trompia Valley and the Sabbia Valley all competing for the title of most beautiful. Spread amongst these hills and lakes are rivers and castles and standing at the centre of it all is the proud city of Brescia – a renowned centre of art.

Easily accessible from all major airports to the international airport of Verona, Montichiari, or Milan Orio al Serio in Bergamo. Lake Garda is the largest of the Italian lakes, like a small sea, at the foot of the Alps, it is charming and romantic, loved for it’s sunny beaches, mild climate and Mediterranean vegetation, a true paradise for sailors and surfers and a special place where nature, history, art, culture, sport and wellness blend. Golf enthusiasts will also find plenty to keep them busy with six prestigious courses and three practice ranges. There can be few things better than teeing off amidst emerald green mountains and the spectacular scenery of Lake Garda, overlooking the olive trees and vineyards of Valtenesi and Franciacorta.

The area is also rich in minerals and therefore is an ideal location for enjoying the many thermal spas, some dating back as far as the Roman times, in Sirmione, Boario, Angolo, Vallio and Orme. Both regions being well known for their olive oil and wines and in particular the Franciacorta region known for its Franciacorta fine wines and Berlucchi champagne and the Venetian side better known for their Valpolicella, Amarone and Bardolino fine wines. Family-run inns and charming farmhouse restaurants are in abundance as are wine cellars and small delicatessens. These charming regions offer no shortage of hotels, villas, camp sites and bed-and-breakfast where hospitality is an ancient

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Towns To Visit On The Brescia Side

Sirmione – The Brescian side of the lake begins at Sirmione which has been famous since ancient times for its health-giving spa water. The peninsula on which it stands juts out into the water about 4km and is one of the most enchanting places on the lake.

Desenzano del Garda – Stands in the centre of a wide bay and is sheltered behind a semi-circle of hills. It is one of the best known tourist towns on the lake and also a famous sailing and bathing centre.

Lonato – Five kilometres inland from Desenzano , Lonato is dominated by a large medieval fortress which has a magnificent view over Garda.

Valtenesi – Is the hilly area of vineyards and olive plantations that slope down to the lake between the bays of Padenghe and Salò. It is made up of seven districts – Padenghe, Moniga, Manerba, San Felice, Puegnago, Polpenazze and Soiano.

Padenghe – Like many of the villages in Valtenesi, Padenghe is overlooked by a castle, this one dates back to the 10th and 15th century.

Moniga – Is a very elegant village, at its edge stands a castle with round towers and crenellations which was built as a defence against the Hungarian tribe invasions in the 10th century.

Manerba del Garda – Is spread over one of the most outstanding promontories on Lake Garda, known as ‘Rocca di Manerba’ on the top of which the remains of a difensive medieval settlement have been brought to light.

San Felice – The peninsular of San Felice is also very beautiful with Garda Island just in front of it.

Salò – Is an elegant and popular holiday resort sitting in a marvellous position on the bay of Salò where it is protected from northerly winds.

Gardone Riviera – With its lakeside walk, large villas and grand hotels, Gardone Riviera preserves a charm of times past, it has been a famous destination for international tourism since the end of the 19th century.

Toscolano Maderno – Divided by the river Toscolano, Maderno and Toscolano are popular tourist centres loved by sportsmen and sailing enthusiasts. Their shoreline is the longest on Garda and behind it lies a 9 hole golf course.

Gargnano – The strong winds that always blow in this area makes Gargnano a well-loved location by sailors. Each year in September the town hosts the most important lake regatta in Europe the ‘Centomiglia’.

Limone – Thanks to its excellent climate, one of the mildest and healthiest on the lake, citrons and lemons, from where the village takes its name, have been grown here since time immemorabile.

Towns To Visit On The Verona Side

garda7_peschiera-del-gardaPeschiera del Garda – It is situated on the southern part of the lake where the river Mincio begins. It is one of the most panoramic places and has always been regarded as a crossroads of primary importance due to its strategic position. Peschiera del Garda is one of the most renowned tourist destinations on Lake Garda. With over 40 hotels, 10 of the largest and best-equipped campsites in the Riviera degli Ulivi, bed and breakfasts and apartments, the town responds to the varied needs of the visitor. Today the ramparts and alleyways in the centre host shops, restaurants, and bars. Along the shores of the lake, there are facilities for watersports and many game parks such as Gardaland, Movieland, Safari Parks, Water Parks, and thermal spas. At a distance of 2 kilometres from Peschiera, there is the Santuario della Madonna del Frassino, a monument of national importance. It dates back to the 1500s and inside there are 10 chapels embellished with remarkable frescoes.

Lazise – Overlooking the Garda lake, in a position of rare beauty, Lazise has preserved amazing memories of a distant past. History and enchantment mark the atmosphere that one breathes arriving at Lazise, one of the most ancient Italian communes, situated in a privileged position on the lake, the little town has always been a sought-after holiday destination, as shown by the splendid elegant villas along the lakeside and in the nearby villages of Colà and Pacengo.

Therefore, it was a natural destiny for Lazise to become a renowned resort in the modern age. Lazise’s accommodation offers about 40 comfortable hotels and ten large and well equipped camping sites, but also sport and leisure facilities, water parks, music clubs and good food, for a cuisine based on the excellent local produce.

In memory of its Medieval period, Lazise preserves the magnificent castle, towers and the walls built by the rulers of Verona, the Della Scala family, which encircle the old town centre. The small port has the fine building of the Customs House, built by Venice to control trade exchanges on the lake, today the site of many important cultural events.


Bardolino – In the surrounding morainic hills, an excellent red wine aptly called Bardolino is produced. A well-known tourist destination that was once contented by emperors, monarchs and noble families. Bardolino, a small borough on the Eastern shores of Lake Garda, is noted above all for the important red wine of the same name. However the “laughing eye of the lake”, as the town is called due to its position along the lake’s shores, is a tourist centre also famous for its scenery, Mediterranean climate, and gastronomy.

Today Bardolino boasts many varied accommodation choices to satisfy every need: over fifty hotels, bed and breakfasts, and tourist complexes as well as ten large campsites.

There are many opportunities for those who love sports for an active holiday: the lake and hills are the ideal gym for outdoor activities. We should also note that Bardolino annually hosts the most important international triathlon event in Italy.

shutterstock_260716625Garda – A picturesque old town centre, luxuriant vegetation and a romantic view over the lake: this is Garda, the small XII-century town that shares its name with a lake that had been called Benaco up until that time. Anything may happen in Garda and in its gulf, that attracts thousands every year as they have done for centuries, since the times when many illustrious guests were similarly enchanted and seduced looking at the breathtaking views from the promontory of Punta San Vigilio, with its little old church, the statue of San Giovanni Nepomuceno, the patron saint of sailors, and the mermaid bay.

Today Garda is a much frequented holiday destination with a huge accommodation offer: about sixty hotels, several residences and a modern conference hall. The alley ways of the historical centre, where once only fishermen lived, today are packed with shops and restaurants, even though the fishing tradition is still very much alive. The lake offers many activities for sport lovers: sailing, windsurf and swimming, of course, and other disciplines in contact with nature, such as mountain bike, golf, tennis, horse riding or free-climbing.


Lake Garda - Verona

Exploring Lake Garda





Hotel Olivi Thermae & Natural Spa


Eden Hotel


Hotel Continental


Flaminia Hotel


Hotel Du Parc


Hotel Acquaviva del Garda 


Hotel Piccola Vela


Park Hotel


Villa Rosa Hotel



Osteria La Vite

vicolo Gafforini, 4


Restaurant agli Angel

Piazza Garibaldi, 2
25083 Gardone Riviera (BS)

Restaurant Pizzeria La Formica

Piazza Lenotti, 11
37011 Bardolino (VR)

Restaurant Oseleta

Loc. Cordevigo
37010 Cavaion (VR)

Restaurant Piccolo Mondo

Piazza del Porto, 6
37019 Peschiera (VR)

Restaurant L’orangerie

Viale Marconi, 7
25019 Sirmione (BS)

Restaurant 12 Apostoli

Corticella S.Marco, 3
37121 Verona (VR)

Restaurant Sogno

Via Porto San Felic 41

25010 San Felice del Benaco (BS)

Trattoria Antica Contrada

Via Colombare 23

25019 Sirmione (BS)




Bogliaco Golf Club
Via del Golf, 21
Toscolano Maderno
Tel/Fax 0365 643006

Colombaro Golf Club
Via Colombaro, 1
Loc Cunettone
Tel 0365 5531

GardaGolf Country Club
Via Angelo Omodeo, 2
Soiano del Lago
Tel: 0365 674707

Arzaga Golf Club
Palazzo Arzaga
Loc. Carzago
Calvagese della Riviera
Tel: 030 6806266

Serenissima Golf Club
Via Serenissima, 34
Bettole di Buffalora
Tel/fax 030 2301004

Bresciagolf Country Club
Via Stretta, 48
Tel/Fax 030 2006981 


Kite and windsurf




Clubs & Bars


Hollywood Dance Club


Cocco Beach Club

Desenzano del Garda

Art Club

Desenzano del Garda


Lonato del Garda

Red Clubbing

Manerba del Garda

Mazoom, Le Plaisir

Martino di Battaglie, Sirmione

Sesto Senso

Desenzano del Garda


Via Montichiari, Ghedi, Bs


Lonato del Garda, Bs

Dali Disambigua Club

Lonato del Garda, Bs


Thermal Spas


Villa dei Cedri,
Piazza di Sopra 4,
Cola di Lazise

Sirmione Spa
Catullo, Piazza D.A. Piatti

Boario Spa
Viale Igea, 3
Darfo Boario Terme

Franciacorta Spa
Via Maglio, 27

Theme and Water Parks


Canevaworld – Lazise sul Garda
Indirizzo: Via Fossalta, 1 – Lazise sul Garda – Telefono: 045.6969900

Parco La Quiete – Lonato
Indirizzo: Loc. Passo dei Corvi – Via Fienil Vecchio – Lonato – Telefono: 030.9103171

Gardaland – Castelnuovo del Garda
Castelnuovo del Garda – Telefono: 045.6449777

Movieland – Lazise sul Garda
Indirizzo: Via Fossalta, 1 – Lazise sul Garda – Telefono: 045.6969900

Waterland – Desenzano del Garda
Indirizzo: Via del Pilandro, 16 – Desenzano del Garda – Telefono: 030.9910414

Parco Giardino Sigurtà  – Valeggio sul Mincio
An original, harmonious complex of natural beauties. Actually it is an ecological area of 125 acres, considered one of the nicest in the world.
Indirizzo: Via Cavour, 1 – Valeggio sul Mincio – Telefono: 045.6371033

Parco Acquatico Cavour – Valeggio sul Mincio
Indirizzo: Località Ariano – Valeggio sul Mincio – Telefono: 045.7950904

Parco Acquatico Picoverde – Custoza
Indirizzo: Via Ossario, 19 – Custoza – Telefono: 045.516025

Parco Natura Viva – Bussolengo
Indirizzo: Loc. Figara, 40 – Bussolengo – Telefono: 045.7170113

Park Jungle Adventure – San Zeno di Montagna
Indirizzo: Strada per Lumini – Pineta Sperane – San Zeno di Montagna – Telefono: 045.6289306

Acquapark Altomincio – Valeggio sul Mincio
Indirizzo: Località Torrente Valle – Salionze – Valeggio sul Mincio – Telefono: 045.7945131



Ospedali Orlandi

Via Ospedale 2, 37012 Bussolengo (VR)

Ospedali Sacro Cuore Don Calabria

Via Don Angelo Sempreboni 5, 37024 Negrar (VR)

A.O. di Desenzano del Garda

Via Monte Croce 16, 25015 Desenzano del Garda (BS)

Ospecale Civile di Salò

Piazza Sergio Bresciani, 5, 25087 Salò BS



Banca Popolare di Brescia

Banca Popolare di Verona

Unicredit Banca


Intesa San Paolo

Veneto Banca


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