Visiting the Lake Garda

Discover Lake Garda, the largest Italian lake: history, cuisine, outdoor and sport

Lake Garda is the largest Italian lake and is divided between three regions, Lombardy, Veneto and Trentino, each with its own wonders and traditions.

Around Lake Garda you can visit many towns rich in history such as Sirmione, Desenzano, Peschiera, Lazise, ​​Bardolino, Garda, Malcesine, Torri del Benaco, Torbole, Riva del Garda, Limone, Toscolano, Salò, Moniga, Padenghe.

If you love water sports, on Lake Garda you can have fun practicing sailing, windsurfing, swimming, canyoning and diving or rent a motor boat.

If you love outdoor adventures, you can go trekking or mountain biking on one of the dozens of trails and paths in the mountains surrounding the lake, such as Monte Baldo, Monte Pizzocolo or Punta Larici.

If you love relaxation, however, Lake Garda offers many beaches, both pebbly and sandy.

Finally, if you love good wine and good food, you are in the right place! The countryside around Lake Garda is where some of the most famous Italian wines are produced, such as Lugana, Bardolino, Valpolicella and Amarone. You can also visit many wineries, which will be very happy to have you as guests, and you can taste the local cuisine in the hundreds of restaurants and farmhouses in the surroundings of Lake Garda.