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What to do in Lake Garda

About Lake Garda

Located in the northern Verona region, Lake Garda, Italy’s largest lake, is the ultimate travel destination for families and water sports lovers. Spend a memorable lakeside holiday in a cosy hotel in Lake Garda, surrounded by spectacular mountains. Travellers can enjoy Lake Garda any time of the year, thanks to its year-round temperate climate. Spend a relaxing holiday sunbathing on the sandy beaches, exploring picture-perfect villages, and people-watching in lakeside promenades bustling with cafes and restaurants. Take to the clear waters of the lake for swimming, sailing, and windsurfing. Lake Garda offers plenty of adventures on land too; enjoy mountain biking, rock climbing and rappelling.

You might prefer accommodation near the region’s renowned historical and cultural attractions. Or, stay in a luxury hotel in Lake Garda that’s right on the lakefront, promising loads of active water fun. Whatever your choice of hotel, eDreams brings you the best selection of holiday properties in Lake Garda, catering to all budgets. Book a hotel with ease, sorting out the best hotel deals listed on the site based on your personalised search. On the eDreams website, you can search using your travel information such as the number of guests and rooms, and your travel dates.

What to see in Lake Garda

The Riviera Bresciana region, on the western shores of Lake Garda, is dotted with communities with pretty art nouveau and art deco-style hotels overlooking the lake. Visit the Gothic-style parish cathedral in Salo, an important pilgrimage site. In Gardone Riviera, tour the magnificent Heller Garden, abundant with thousands of plants, sculptures, and waterfalls. Or take a tour of Vittoriale degli Italiani, the unique art deco estate of the famous poet and writer Gabriele D'Annunzio.

Visit the fairytale-like Scaligero Castle in Sirmione, dating back to the 12th century. At the far northern tip of Sirmione's peninsula is Grotte di Catullo, with the intriguing ruins of a villa which once belonged to the Roman poet Catullus. To the west of Sirmione, Desenzano del Garda attracts visitors with the ruins of a Roman villa with impressive mosaics, a beautiful parish church, and stunning beaches. By night, it also enjoys a lively nightlife scene.

Where to stay in Lake Garda

Spend a perfect Mediterranean holiday in a hotel in Lake Garda by the water. Active holidaygoers will appreciate the cheap hotels dotting the Nago-Torbole region, located at the lake’s northern shore where most outdoor and water sports are organized. Located on rugged cliff slopes, Nago offers marvellous views from atop Mount Altissimo, while Torbole is a paradise for windsurfers, kitesurfers, and sailors. West of here is Riva del Garda, a luxury travel destination with exclusive hotels, spa centres, stylish boutiques, and upscale eateries.

The southern shore, with vast stretches of beaches and warmer temperatures, is perfect for lounging by the lake. This part of Lake Garda is also in proximity to the major airports and destinations like Venice and Verona, thanks to its rail and road connections. Book accommodation in Sirmione and explore the fortified ruins of this ancient town, famed for its healing sulfur springs and 13th-century castle. Or, stay in picturesque Garda, just 19 miles from Verona. It has a compact historical centre and is close to a variety of entertainment options. Families with kids will enjoy venues such as Gardaland, Movieland, Caneva Aquapark, or Parco Naturo Viva.

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