What to do on Lake Garda

A wonder on the water

Lake Garda is a mosaic of beauty, made up of many unique places to explore. Nature, art, history, culture, wine, and good food. Everything you need to make everyday special.


The jewel of Lake Garda, known for its ancient historic centre, its fortress, the Caves of Catullo, and its famous hot springs.

Heller Garden

A unique botanical garden, with over 3,000 species of plants from all around the world, enhanced with sculptures by internationally acclaimed artists.


A city rich in history at the centre of the picturesque gulf, located along the splendid Riviera dei Limoni, famous for its year-round mild climate.

Il Vittoriale degli Italiani

The large monumental complex commissioned by Gabriele D’Annunzio, an open-air museum full of pathways and gardens, with a splendid amphitheatre overlooking the lake.

Golf on lake Garda

Gardagolf, Arzaga Golf Club, the Colombaro, and Bogliaco Golf Resort: 4 prestigious courses in 4 breathtaking locations.

Amusement parks

Gardaland, Caneva, Movieland, Parco Natura Viva, Parco Giardino Sigurtà, Jungle Adventure Park and many others: fun for all tastes.

The wine road

The area around Lake Garda and the nearby valleys are famous for their production of high quality wines that are exported around the world. A tour of the most prestigious wineries is a perfect way to appreciate them and to become familiar with the rich local culinary traditions.

Trekking routes

With a sinuous territory full of truly unique naturalistic corners, Lake Garda is an extraordinary destination for those who love trekking, excursions and walks, of short or long duration, in the mountains, hills or plains.

Water sports

Lake Garda is known for water sports, primarily sailing with the important regattas that take place every year in the Benacenza waters, but also wakeboarding (water skiing), kitesurfing, windsurfing, canoeing, snorkelling, without forgetting sport most popular aquatic activity of the moment: stand up paddling (SUP).


The vibrations of the bicycle on the dirt road, the sun caressing your face and finally the arrival at Malga Tombea among the green meadows of Magasa. Set change: you pedal calmly on the cycle path that leads from Desenzano del Garda to Sirmione with your eyes full of the blue of the lake. Routes for those who experience cycling as a challenge and for those who use it as a means of discovering the area in peace.


II MuSa, Salò museum, tells the history of the city of Salò and its territory through a detailed chronological journey. Located in the upper part of the historic center of Salò, in a dominant position and a stone's throw from the lake, the MuSa interprets the evolution of the city and its territory from Roman times to today.

Garda Island

The island is located on the Brescia shore of Lake Garda, a few fathoms of water from San Felice del Benaco. Today it owes its charm above all to the extraordinary Venetian neo-Gothic style villa, designed by the architect Luigi Rovelli in the early 1900s.

Paper Mill Valley

The Valle delle Cartiere Foundation, established by the Municipality of Toscolano Maderno, the company Burgo Group Spa and the Toscolano Paper Mill Elderly Workers Association, has as its aim the promotion and development of the Valle delle Cartiere and of the paper culture, through the promotion and organization of cultural events.

Gargnano lemon house

The cultivation of citrus fruits on the Brescia side of Lake Garda is a tradition that has its roots in the 13th century. Over time, different varieties of citrus fruits have been added and the lemon groves have become an integral part of the landscape thanks to the work of skilled farmers.

Discover Bergamo in Tuk Tuk

Discover Bergamo in an original way: get on our Tuk Tuks! We will take you on a journey to discover Bergamo’s most picturesque and characteristic corners, in the trendiest possible way.

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