Lake Garda is the largest Italian lake, with an area of approximately 370 km². Above Lake Garda, Italy, the sun is shining and summer is a destination for national and international tourism. You can stay in hotels of all categories, residences, hotels, campsites, cottages, bed and breakfast-ah. No matter if you are traveling as a couple or with friends or family with children, fun and relaxation is assured.
Lake Garda is the most famous lake in Italy and tourists come every year to visit these beautiful places. The popular areas are: Lazise, Bardolino, Garda, Torri, Malcesine, Brenzone, on the eastern coast called the Olive Riviera: Torbole, Riva del Garda and Arco. Below you will find Limone, Tremosine, Tignale, Gargnano, Salò, on the east coast known as the Riviera of Lemon: Peschiera. Desenzano, Sirmione.
Throughout the year and especially during the summer, Lake Garda offers a wide choice of entertainment: music, theater, food and wine, sports, arts.
In addition to well-known hotel on Lake Garda, there are many amusement parks, many nature trails on foot or bicycle, for the physical and mental health. The beaches of Lake Garda is estended for 158 km along the coast.
Garda is the only tributary of the River Sarca, which flows into the lake from the north, between the towns of Torbole and Riva del Garda and flows out of the lake to the south, through the town of Peschiera del Garda.
The temperate climate of Lake Garda allows the flourish of lush Mediterranean vegetation: palm trees, oleanders, orange, lemon and olive trees, etc.
Vineyards and olive trees dominate the landscape of the eastern shore of Lake Garda, which produces excellent wine and olive oil. Restaurants on Lake Garda offer fish, wines and refined olive oil produced on the hills surrounding Lake Garda. The theme parks are the main attraction for tourists. Among these, Gardaland, Caneva, Movie Studios, Sigurtà Park, Zoo Safari Park, along with spas are among the most famous in Italy
The lake has five islands, all rather small. The largest is the island of Garda, where in 1220 St. Francis of Assisi founded a monastery and the monks settled in his order. The monastery was suppressed only in the eighteenth century. Now stands the nineteenth century building in Venetian Gothic style.
Nearby is the second largest island, the island of San Biagio which is also called "Rabbit Island".
The island located in the south-eastern Gulf of Manerba is located close to the coastline and in periods of drought can be reached on foot.
The islands are located near the town of Malcesine. The northernmost island is the island of olives, near the Island of Dreams which is also, in times of drought, a few steps from the shore, and finally, the southernmost island Trimelone.
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