Lake Garda is the ideal place to spend your holidays if you enjoy walking in the countryside and living in close contact with nature.
The offer is really varied and never disappoints: in the southern part you will find delightful stone beaches and places that seem to be painted, in the northernmost area, instead, there are rocks overlooking the lake and a small number of shores.
This area is particularly appreciated by lovers of climbing and outdoor sports.
The different places are immersed in a rich vegetation made of different colors and scents.
You can admire splendid olive trees, cypresses, lemon trees, oleanders and palm trees, but the real protagonist remains the lake with its clear, turquoise waters.

Magical itineraries on Lake Garda

There are so many itineraries: some are for the most experienced people, while others are for everyone.
If you are a seasoned hiker you cannot avoid taking the path that starts from Malcesine and arrives at Monte Baldo.
A walk along the path of the Ventrar awaits you, during which you will meet gullies, cliffs, the refuge of Kira, the portico Il Signor and the capital of San Valentino.
A Torri del Benaco takes an undemanding walk to live in close contact with nature.

Nearby there are also the beautiful olive groves and vineyards of Pai, a small, very characteristic fishing village that deserves to be visited.
We suggest, finally, the walk that starts from Castiglione Veronese: 4.5 km along which is Villa Pellegrini, a splendid baroque-style residence, embraced by an enchanting park.
Lake Garda offers splendid views, but also boasts a considerable historical and cultural heritage.
So don’t miss the opportunity to discover places rich in history, and don’t forget to taste the typical flavors of the local food and wine tradition.

Near Salò, south of Lake Garda, the so-called tour of the three churches awaits you.
The route winds along 9 km and touches the sanctuaries of the Madonna del Rio, the Madonna del Buon Consiglio and San Bartolomeo.
The first church, yellow in color, is surrounded by plants and dates back to the seventeenth century.
There are many other places worth visiting, where you can explore historical and cultural themes, but also enjoy something tasty.
The area around Valpolicella is home to 19 municipalities and is known for its charming vineyards and good wine, which you can taste in one of the many wineries scattered around the area.
This territory also boasts several pearls and among these are the Molina waterfalls, the Church of San Floriano and the Grotta di Fiumane.