Experience Lake Garda 365 days a year

Located on the border among three regions (Lombardy, Veneto and Trentino-Alto Adige), Lake Garda is one of the most loved places by tourists and cyclists of all the way for the mild climate and the variety of experiences that the whole ‘year.

Amusement parks, beaches, natural beauty, monument, art and culture, cycle paths, challenging climbs, arduous mountain bike trails: this mix of attractions makes Lake Garda 365 days a year an unforgettable destination for families and sports enthusiasts.

Things to do

For sports fans
For family travelers
For culture lovers

Experience the outdoor

For those who are looking for an active holiday in contact with nature, Lake Garda is the ideal destination throughout the year. Lovers of walks can venture into the natural park of Lessinia and into the woods of Monte Baldo or take Nordic walking excursions along the river Mincio. Those who prefer water sports will be able to practice windsurfing and kitesurfing in the waters of the lake and those who prefer horse riding will be able to participate in horse riding on the Morainic hills.


For the whole family

Lake Garda offers various entertainment possibilities suitable for the whole family. In addition to relaxing on one of the many sandy beaches and swimming in the clear waters of the lake, you can give yourself a relaxing break at the Sirmione spa to rejuvenate and take care of your body. And to keep the little ones happy, you can organize a day at Gardaland and Canevaworld or book a cable car ride from Malcesine to Monte Baldo, the famous “Giardino d’Europa”.


Cities of art

From Peschiera del Garda you can easily reach two of the most famous Unesco heritage cities of northern Italy: Verona (25 km) and Mantova (40 km). In Verona, you can discover the magic of the historic center between Piazza delle Erbe, Juliet’s house and the Arena.

To delight the palate you will find local specialties such as “pasta and fasoi”, “la pastissada de caval” and a glass of Amarone wine. In Mantua, you can instead admire the Cathedral of San Pietro, the Palazzo Ducale, the Mantegna’s house and taste the pumpkin “tortelli” and the “sbrisolona” cake.


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