Lake Garda, a real natural gem, is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Italy and in the world. South of the basin, at the heart of the morainic hills, are located Valeggio sul Mincio, Borghetto and Custoza, ancient villages where time seems to have stood still.
Walking along the lake or following the paths of the Riviera degli Olivi you can enjoy unparalleled panoramic overviews. Hamlets, medieval castles, museums devoted to local traditions and historical palaces represent renowned tourist destinations.
Peschiera del Garda, Lazise, Bardolino, Garda, Torri del Benaco, Brenzone andMalcesine are located along the coast and offer more and more wonderful landscapes among vineyards, olive orchards and the crystal-blue water of the lake. The hinterland bears witness to the glorious past of the area which is commemorated in villages, such as Rivoli Veronese and Pastrengo, as well as in many other villages immersed in beautiful green landscapes, such as San Zeno di Montagna, Caprino Veronese, Spiazzi and Ferrara di Monte Baldo.
Tranquillity and relax, sports and fun, nature and art, tradition and modern comforts satisfy the holiday wishes of the numerous tourists as well as of the visitors of this area all year long.
Observing Lake Garda sitting on a lawn covered by edelweiss, orchids or buttercups is a unique experience that can be enjoyed only on Monte Baldo. Ash trees, chestnut trees, beeches and fir trees invite you for quiet walks in green landscapes, where you might spot deers, chamoises, foxes and marmots. The Lessinia region, which originated from the depths of the sea many millions of years ago, unites art and culture in the characteristic stone villages of Prun, its ancient giassare (ancient ice houses), rocks, hidden caves, carstic abysses and limestone monoliths.
The natural attractions of the territory are strictly linked with its history, tradition and religious culture. Tranquillity and relax in quiet spaces represent the ideal location for a holiday immersed in nature at a short distance from Lake Garda or the city of Verona.