Lake Garda

Punta San Vigilio - Garda

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Calm rivers for swimming, historic villages and lakeside walks, a mild and sunny climate, and a multitude of opportunities for days spent relaxing, doing sports, having fun, enjoying culture and savouring delicious food. This is why, every year, millions of visitors from all over the world choose the Riviera degli Ulivi for their holidays.


The fame of Bardolino is linked to its wine named after the town, fruit of a fertile land and its mild climate. This charming town has a characteristic ‘comb’ layout and typical architecture of fishing villages. A walk along the lakefront and through the narrow streets of the old town is a must, while olive trees, cypresses and vines thrive on the nearby morainic hills.
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Brenzone sul Garda

Sixteen hamlets of this municipality follow one another across a few kilometres, in a destination where it is possible to combine holidays at the lake and in the mountains. The crystal clear waters and winds of the Garda Lake make Brenzone the ideal place for water sports such as sailing, windsurfing and kitesurfing, while on Mount Baldo there are numerous itineraries to explore on foot or by mountain bike.
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Castelnuovo del Garda

The charming town enjoys suggestive views made up of olive trees and vines and a mild climate that produces luscious greenery. Three beaches are equipped with bathing facilities and services: Campanello, Gasparina and Ronchi. In Ronchi, visitors can find the largest amusement park in Italy and one of the most famous in Europe: Gardaland.
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Elegant Venetian-style palaces and some of the longest beaches of the Riviera degli Olivi make Garda a fascinating holiday resort. Sportsmen and sportswomen are spoilt for choice, and active holidays can be combined with interesting cultural visits.
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Surrounded by a ring of turreted walls, Lazise has a beautifully preserved historic centre. In addition to traditional lake sports, this resort offers peaceful trips on foot, by bicycle, or horseback, along scenic streets with gentle slopes.
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Overlooked by the elegant Scaligeri castle, Malcesine is an enchanted spot lying on the eastern shore of Lake Garda, which has recently joined the Club of the Most Beautiful Villages in Italy. To enjoy breathtaking views, take a trip on the Malcesine Monte Baldo cable car whose rotating panoramic cabins present to you, just a few minutes, the sudden transition from the Mediterranean to the mountain environment.
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Peschiera del Garda

A jewel of architecture and art, Peschiera del Garda is located at the southern end of the Veronese shore of the Lake, and since 2017 its imposing pentagonal-shaped wall has been included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. There are many opportunities for active holidays, including a ride along the Mincio River Cycle Path
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Torri del Benaco

The beauty of the medieval historic centre and the gentle, mild climate have made Torri one of the most prestigious locations of the Riviera degli Ulivi. Here you can combine a cultural holiday with many sports activities. Make sure you visit Albisano, a village where you can enjoy an incredible view of Lake Garda.
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