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Read Below LAKE GARDA Tour

Garda is a popular resort which gave the lake its name and still preserves the characteristics of its historic past, with a wide sheltered bay and a long curved pebble beach lapped by the clear blue waters of the lake. On the lake shore are numerious delightful, colourful cafe’s, open air restaurants and bars and many shops and boutiques including the popular traditional Friday market. This delightful old town has a charm and character that is impossible to resist, cobbled streets are interspersed with quaint old shops elegant boutiques and restaurants.

Peschiera Del Garda is a picturesque town situated on the South of Lake Garda at the mouth of the River Mincio. The town is surrounded by enormous fortress walls dating from the 16th century. The fortress at Peschiera played a prominent part in most of the military campaigns conducted in northern Italy, especially in the Napoleonic wars.

This lakeside town is loved by the Italians with its history dating back to the Romans and where fishing boats rub shoulders with luxury yachts in the harbour. This is truly a resort for everyone. The rail station offers easy access to Verona and Venice for those wanting to explore while the shingle beaches at each side of the town ensure time for relaxation.

Sirmione is located at the tip of a peninsula on the southern shore of Lake Garda. This small spa town has been a destination resort since early Roman times and the thermal springs, Roman ruins and 13th century castle ensures the town still remains popular with tourists and sightseers.

Set against the backdrop of the Mount Baldo peak, Malcesine is a town which balances
modern culture with rich history.

Riva del Garda is one of the most popular resorts on the lake and the second largest town. If you want to experience a city that is a little more metropolitan than others around Lake Garda, give Riva a try.

Nestling alongside lemon groves, beneath the cliffs of the north-western shore of Lake Garda, Limone is a picture perfect resort – an artist’s paradise. Houses covered in blossoming geraniums and bougainvillaea line the old, cobbled streets that lead up from the lakeside. Limone is a popular destination for day-trippers on the lake, but it is also a pleasant place to stay and has a good range of hotel accommodation both in the narrow alleys of the older part or near the olive groves above the main town.

Located in a beautiful, sunny spot on the Toscolano River delta, the town of Toscolano Maderno is an important historical and economic centre of the Riviera dei Limoni e dei Castelli. Both Maderno and Toscolano have several notable artistic sights, especially in their town squares with their ancient churches. This area is full of beautiful scenery and offers visitors several sports activities, including hiking, horseback riding, and golfing.

Located between Lazise and Bardolino on Lake Garda, Cisano is an attractive little village with a marina and a number of restaurants and bars.
There is a lovely pathway around the lake between Cisano and Bardolino itself which is very attractive and also popular with cyclists. As a destination to stay, Cisano is in a
convenient location with about a 20-25 minute easy walk into Bardolino and a 5 minute drive from Lazise, although undoubtedly a small conurbation it is pretty in its own right.

On the south east shore of the lake and surrounded by olive groves, vineyards and cypress trees this sunny spot and mild climate has a great Mediterranean feel. The traffic free streets wind their way down through bars, gelaterias, pizzerias and restaurants to the piazza. The town’s shingle beach is great to laze and people watch the strollers walking along the promenade with their ice creams. Many people hop on and off the ferry boats with many attractions just off the shore.