Agriturismo, B&B, Holiday House, Apartments Lake Garda
Holidays on the Lake Garda
Lake Garda is the largest lake in Italy. Set between Lombardy, Veneto and Trentino Alto Adige, it is surprising above all for the vegetation that frames the water with vines, olive trees, palms and oleanders. On Lake Garda there is a mild climate during most of the year, so you can reach in any season and is a destination suitable for both nature lovers and those who want to discover places rich in history and culture, both to sports enthusiasts. The villages overlooking the lake, the natural parks, the Terme di Sirmione and the thermal park of Lazise, as well as amusement parks are ideal attractions for a romantic holiday or a family holiday with children.
What to see on Lake Garda
We suggest you go around the entire lake, otherwise do not miss Torri del Benaco, a small and romantic place to visit the Scaliger Castle. If you are a lover of history you can not go to Sirmione, where the archaeological site of the Grotte di Catullo is located. In Gardone Riviera, a characteristic country for Art Nouveau architecture, it is worth seeing the Vittoriale, the majestic home of Gabriele d'Annunzio and the André Heller Botanical Gardenwhich is home to over two thousand varieties of plants. For an alternative day in the surroundings of Lake Garda, in Valeggio sul Mincio there is the Parco Giardino Sigurtà, a paradise of plants and flowers.
What to do on Lake Garda
Lake Garda and its hinterland are an ideal area for sports lovers who can practice water sports here. Sailing and surfing are ideal to practice along the south-west coast that goes from Sirmione to Limone and the coast of Trentino. For those who prefer land sports, there are trekking routes, bike and mountain-bike trails, horse-drawn paths and resorts with golf courses. For the most daring mountains for climbing and from which you can launch yourself with a hang glider. For children, the Gardaland theme park is a must. Finally, for those who want to relax there are the spas, including those of Sirmione and Lazise.