View from Monti di Riva over Lake Garda
Attractions at Lake Garda
Discover the region
If you want to take a day off from sport, take a stroll through Verona, a superlative shopping city that is only about 30 minutes by car east of the lake.
In addition, Lake Garda impresses with its year-round mild climate and the dolce vita lifestyle of the Italians. How about a glass of red wine on the Sirmione peninsula in the south of the region, with a view of the wonderful Alpine backdrop?
In hiking boots on Lake Garda
The numerous via ferratas on Lake Garda lead through old positions and over climbing systems from the First World War, making the historical heritage of the region tangible.
On two wheels...
The North - paesaggio montano e Surfers Paradise
The sporty and ambitious holidaymakers will find wonderful walks along the lake shore, extensive hikes through the vineyards, sport climbing routes, via ferrata, racing bike routes or mountain bike tours of all levels of difficulty. Those who tend to be drawn to the water will experience the perfect day sailing, windsurfing or kite surfing. For others, sunbathe on the beach with a view of the steep rocky coastline.
The Mediterranean south: La Dolce Vita on Lake Garda!
The southern part of Lake Garda is characterized by viticulture and is therefore very rewarding for connoisseurs. The village of Peschiera also attracts those interested in history, as one of the most powerful fortifications in Italy is located here. On the peninsula of Sirmione you can marvel at the Scaliger Castle and the canal port. The tranquil town of Solferino is about 10 km south of the lake and has made a name for itself in history. The organization "Red Cross" came into being here, offering neutral and independent protection and help for war victims, shipwrecked people, prisoners of war and civilians.