Lake Garda is the largest Italian lake by extension. Its surface occupies almost 400 square kilometers, joining three Regions: Veneto, Lombardy and a small part of Trentino Alto Adige.
The landscape features of the lake and the microclimate that characterizes it have allowed the development of a luxuriant vegetation that refers to the Mediterranean flora. Olive trees, lemons, oleanders, palms adorn the shores of the lake.
The variety of landscapes marries in perfect harmony with the historical and cultural richness of the places that line Lake Garda.
Each municipality, each small village has a unique history and traditions to know and so, from north to south you can admire walled villages, fortresses, castles, scenic places of extraordinary beauty such as the Rocca di Manerba or the Rocca di Garda.
Historic buildings, Villas and Palaces, Towers and Castles, along the shores of the lake and inland are so numerous that you are spoiled for choice.
Just to name a few you cannot forget the spectacular Sirmione Castle, the famous Catullo Caves or the magnificent Malcesine Castle, the famous Vittoriale degli Italiani a complex of buildings built by the poet Gabriele d’Annunzio, Palazzo Bettoni in Gargnano with the spectacular Italian garden.
Privileged country, Sirmione known for the presence of thermal springs with strong therapeutic qualities is the ideal place to regenerate not only the body but also the spirit.
The charm of Lake Garda remains in the heart and gives emotions throughout the year.
We wish you a good journey, to discover this magnificent area