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Lake Garda ~ Honeymoon

The largest of the Italian lakes, Lake Garda lies between the Alps and the Dolomites. Clear blue waters lap its wide shoreline where visitors can enjoy a host of watersports including swimming, sailing and boat trips. Dotted along Garda’s lake shore are dozens of picturesque towns and villages, steeped in history. The landscape is spectacular, with its brilliant blooms, olive groves and magnificent villas.

  • Riva: The principal resort on the northern shore of Lake Garda, Riva is known for its Venetian castle, museums and art galleries. Watersports are very popular.
  • Torbole: A great sailing and windsurfing destination, Torbole is a pretty town with spectacular views of the lake. Approx. transfer time from airport: 2hrs
    Malcesine: “The Botanical Garden of Europe” lies at the foot of Mount Baldo with its cobblestoned streets leading to the lakefront. It is a charming town on Garda’s eastern shore.
  • Garda/Bardolino: Garda and Bardolino are the most popular resorts on the lake and both enjoy an idyllic position less than an hour from the historical city of Verona.
  • Peschiera: Activities, scenery and good value make this a top family resort.
  • Lazise: This is an old walled town with an enchanting atmosphere.
  • Note: Between the resorts of Peschiera and Lazise, both very popular with families, lie the theme parks of Gardaland and Caneva World.
  • Sirmione: A charming Roman spa town best known for its thermal baths and fairytale castle of Rocca Scaligera.
  • Desenzano: A typical lakeside town, unspoilt by tourism, with historic features dating back to Roman times.
  • Gardone Riviera: A quiet corner of Lake Garda, this is less commercialised than other resorts and known for its beauty.
  • Limone: This is a quaint village with cobblestoned alleyways and streets on the northern shores of Lake Garda.

Lake Garda ~ Honeymoon

















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