Lake Garda ☀️ What to see - Top 10!
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What to see, what to visit on Lake Garda - Top 10 enchanting places!Number of views: 4628
- Punta San Vigilio
- Riva del Garda
- Grotte di Catullo
- Peschiera del Garda
- Isola del Garda
- Il Vittoriale
A visit to the Castello Scaligero, in addition to being cultural and relaxing, takes you to the most panoramic points of all Malcesine: from the “Rivellino” platform and from the castle tower you can enjoy a truly unforgettable complete panorama!
Considered the Portofino of Lake Garda for its refinement and frequentation, Punta San Vigilio is a privately owned place of the Guarienti family from Brenzone. Both the peninsula and the Baia delle Sirene (nearby) are part of the Guarienti heritage, but accessible for passage and, in the case of the Bay, you can enjoy the beach through a paid “ticket”.
The sunset from this strip of land is fabulous, and here is a truly recommended walk for those who love romantic landscapes and want to discover a unique scenery on Lake Garda.
On the north shore of Lake Garda stands Riva del Garda, a place where the blue of the water and the sky, the green of the Mediterranean vegetation and the white of the beaches give life to a work of art.
Known by all as “the pearl of the islands and peninsulas” thanks to Catullus, Sirmione is renowned for the well-known healing properties of its thermal water. Located on the southern shore of Lake Garda, in correspondence with a long and thin peninsula that divides the gulfs of Desenzano and Peschiera, Sirmione enjoys wide fame thanks to writers such as Catullus, Stendhal, Lawrence and Goethe who celebrated in their writings the artistic and environmental beauties.
The archaeological area of the Grotte di Catullo preserves the remains of one of the largest residential villas in northern Italy. Located in an exceptional position, on the tip of the Sirmione peninsula, it dominates the entire basin of Lake Garda from the top of the rocky spur.
Gardaland is the largest and most famous amusement park in Italy. It is located in the municipality of Castelnuovo del Garda, in the province of Verona, on the shores of Lake Garda, with the Alps in the background.
Gardaland was inaugurated in 1975 and has come a long way since then, becoming the most visited theme park in Italy. The park is divided into thematic areas, it has about 40 attractions, including 5 roller coasters that will take your breath away!
In addition, over 10 shows expand the entertainment offer: musicals, shows designed for children, special effects and fashion shows.
Famous for its lemon groves, extra virgin olive oil and the long life of its inhabitants, Limone sul Garda is a delightful village that lies on the shores of the Brescia coast.
There are so many things to see in Bardolino and its surroundings that a single holiday would not be enough. On the other hand we are on the shores of the largest lake in Italy rich in historic villages and natural beauties that all deserve to be discovered.
Peschiera del Garda is one of the most characteristic towns of Lake Garda: it overlooks the lower Veronese shore of the lake at the point where the Garda waters flow into the Mincio emissary and is completely surrounded by canals.
Located on the Brescia side of Lake Garda, in front of San Felice del Benaco, Isola del Garda, also known as Isola Borghese, is the largest of the homonymous lake and belongs to the Cavazza family which, since 2002, has opened it to the public with guided tours lasting about two hours, including a tour in the lush park, in the Italian and English gardens, to some internal rooms of the suggestive Venetian neo-Gothic style villa, and an aperitif on the terrace from which you can enjoy of an enchanting panorama.
Included in the list of the most beautiful villages in Italy, Tremosine is made up of 18 hamlets, and to get there you have to go along the Strada della Forra, built in 1913 in a crack carved by the Brasa stream and now it has become a scenic route between curves rock, narrow passages, tunnels, gorges. But also the Terrazza del Brivido at Pieve is an experience to try: positioned overhanging Lake Garda, 350 meters high, the terrace guarantees a breathtaking view and a little trembling in the legs.
The Vittoriale degli Italiani is located in Gardone Riviera and is the burial place of Gabriele D'Annunzio and a real citadel commissioned and built by him together with the architect Giancarlo Maroni between 1921 and 1938.