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Destination : Lake Garda

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Invigorating camping holidays on the banks of Lake Garda

Midway between Venice and Milan, Lake Garda (Lago di Gardo) is the largest lake in Italy. More than 50km long, its banks are home to several of our starred campsites. The ideal location of our mobile homes gives you a stunning view over the mountains of Lombardy. This eclectic landscape lends itself to many activities, both aquatic and land-based: hiking, mountain biking, canyoning, kayaking…

The banks of the lake are dotted with picturesque villages, historic buildings and museums, easily accessible from our Italian campsites and testament to the history and culture of the area. History buffs shouldn’t miss the ancestral sites of Monte Baldo and Vastenesi, the medieval castles of the Scala family at Torri del Benaco or the Sanctuary of Montecastello, dedicated to the Virgin Mary. Our campsites are also just a short distance away from the majestic Vittoriale at Gardone Riviera and its impressive botanical gardens, which are home to more than 2000 plant species. Lastly, our campers should definitely visit the historic centre of Sirmione, where you’ll find the Grotto of Catullus and Scaliger Castle.

One of the reasons why Lake Garda has become such a popular destination for camping holidays in Italy is its particularly pleasant climate: the north side is windy, which will please windsurfing fans, while the warmth of the south side is perfect for basking next to the water.