The mild climate, the lush Mediterranean vegetation and picturesque villages in front of an imposing mountain landscape towering into the sky were even worth a detour for Goethe.
Surrounded by palm trees, oleanders, olive trees and vineyards, the largest lake in Italy lies between the Alps and the South.
Even the ancient Romans enjoyed the year round mild climate. Later the area was discovered by poets and writers, artists and celebrities from all over the world. No wonder. Lake Garda, thanks to its diversity, is the right place to be, whether you want to enjoy a recreational holiday in the mountains, a beach holiday on the shore or just "la Dolce Vita" in the sun.
The many picturesque places with stylish cafés and restaurants typical of the region tempt you to stroll through the old town or along the lakeside promenades. Torri del Benaco, Lazise, Bardolino, Limone, Sirmione - deciding which one is the most beautiful location on Lake Garda is not easy.
In a destination paradise like Lago di Garda, time rarely stands still. A multitude of events, which inspire young and old, therefore attract people here all year round. And if that's not enough: Verona, the city of lovers, is only 30 kilometres away.