Situated half way between Venice and Milan and benefiting from lots of sunshine, Lake Garda is the largest of the Italian lakes.
Its warm, crystal clear waters (temperatures can reach over 25 degrees in July) nestle within a lush green landscape scattered with ancient villages whose picturesque winding streets add to the charm of this exceptional place.
Lake Garda (or Lago di Benaco), in Italian, is the largest lake in the country. It is located 7 km from the campsite. Several typical villages line its banks. The campsite is ideally located for visiting Verona, Brescia, Modene or Mantova. Milan and Venice may also be visited (full-day trip). By bike, discover the Altomincio nature reserve stretching all the way to Mantova and offering over 65 km of cycle paths.
Gardaland (amusement park with thrilling rides) Canevaworld is located 16 km from the campsite (waterpark and rides) Parco Natura Viva (zoo)
The town of Desenzano del Garda (the Roman villa, the Amphitheatre), the village of Sirmione (the archaeological Catullus caves, Scaliger Castle), Vitoria degli Italiana (resting place of the poet d’Annunzio) Gardone Riviera, the castle of Moniga del Gard, day trip to the town of Verona (a Unesco World Heritage Site).
|Sailing / windsurfing||100 m|
|Pedal boat||100 m|
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