LAKE GARDA, ITALY
Lake Garda, the largest Italian lake, is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Italy. It is located on the border between three regions: Lombardy, Veneto and Trentino.
If you like outdoor activities, there are plenty of things to do on Lake Garda, as it offers different landscapes from north to south: in fact, the Alps of Lake Garda and Mount Baldo leave room, as you go down to the south, to gentle morainic hills covered by vineyards.
Whether you want to walk among architectural beauties or cycle through the vineyards, whether you like climbing or taking a dip in the crystal clear water, Lake Garda will certainly enchant you!
Lake Garda: the best things to do and see
Lake Garda, with its 150 km (93 miles) of coastline, is dotted with charming towns and small villages, and all have something to offer: places of historical interest, sailing clubs, vineyards and olive groves, dream beaches, and mountains to climb.
If you really want to enjoy your trip – and don’t want to get lost – here is a list of Lake Garda’s best places to visit according to… well, according to us who live there. It’s time to plan your trip: discover the best towns on Lake Garda!
What better way to fully enjoy the landscapes and colors of Lake Garda than to cross it by boat?
Here’s a list of the main options for planning your boat tour of Lake Garda, from the public transportation service to private custom trips.
Jump aboard a boat, relax and reach your favourite destination!
With its crystal clear waters and breathtaking scenery, the beaches of Lake Garda have nothing to envy to those of the rest of Italy.
We made a list of the best beaches on the shores of the lake, divided according to the three provinces that are touched by its waters: Verona, to the east, Brescia, to the west, and Trento, to the north. Come take a dip!
The best experiences around Lake Garda
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What do you want from your holiday? Lake Garda has the right answer.
You can go north if you like walking in the mountains or are passionate about climbing; head east, on the Verona shore, if you like to take your bike with you; south, instead, you will find farmhouses surrounded by hills that offer local wine and oil; finally, you can go and discover all the historical and artistic treasures of Lake Garda!
Are you travelling with your children? Well, they won’t be disappointed, since Gardaland and the other amusement parks are a stone’s throw from Lake Garda!