Lake Garda Holidays

Nestled between the vibrant cities of Brescia and Milan to the west, and the romantic tear-drop streets of Verona and Venice to the east, Lake Garda is Italy's largest lake. A place of unparalleled scenic beauty, it serves as the crowning jewel of Italy's northern landscape, etching itself into the hearts of those fortunate enough to experience this majestic destination.

Surrounded by verdant olive trees and fragrant lemon groves, Lake Garda's unique Mediterranean climate, diverse flora and fauna, and compelling history dating back to Roman times make it an outstanding holiday location. Whether you crave the thrill of water sports or the tranquillity of an ancient villa tour, Lake Garda has something for every holidaymaker.

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Things to See and Do

From ancient Roman villas to picturesque marinas and medieval castles, Lake Garda offers priceless discoveries around every corner. The lakeside boasts a variety of climatic experiences and spectacular waters, unmatched elsewhere in Italy. Feast your eyes and stimulate your senses as we introduce Lake Garda's top attractions.

Experience the grandeur of Isola del Garda

Uncover the hidden mysteries of Lake Garda's biggest island, Isola del Garda. This verdant isle boasts an enigmatic neo-Gothic villa surrounded by jaw-dropping Italian gardens. Take a guided tour and immerse yourself in the island's fascinating past.

Discover Roman history at Grotte di Catullo

Standing as the largest example of a Roman villa in northern Italy, the Grotte di Catullo offers an awe-inspiring journey back in time. Wander around the evocative ruins and learn of Lake Garda's rich Roman history as you soak up the picturesque views of Lake Garda.

Take a stroll through Arboretum Park

Known for its biodiversity and peaceful atmosphere, Arboretum Park is the place to enjoy a tranquil walk amongst olive, cypress, and lemon trees. Marvel at the alluring colours of wildflowers and keep an eye out for native waterbirds and mammals.

Savor the view from Rocca di Manerba

For panoramic views of Lake Garda and across to the Alps, head to Rocca di Manerba, a protected natural reserve offering marked pathways and trails. Here, the ruins of a medieval fortress stand preserved as a reminder of Lake Garda's past.

Relish lakeside lifestyle at Riva del Garda

The vibrant town of Riva del Garda, nestled at the northern tip of the lake, offers leisurely strolls along the majestic harbour, exploring its lively town centre, historical sites, and captivating museums. Plus, for adventure enthusiasts, Riva del Garda is a world-renowned windsurfing destination.

Destination Essentials

Lake Garda's varied climate, bordered by sheltering mountains, makes it a perfect year-round destination. Summer days are warm and balmy, with temperatures rarely falling below 25°C, ideal for beach enthusiasts and watersports fanatics.

Winter offers cooler conditions, yet daytime temperatures usually reach the low to mid-teens, allowing for pleasant exploration of Lake Garda's historical sites and charming towns. Create cherished memories and fall in love with the undeniable allure of Lake Garda, any time of the year.

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