An important reason to vacation on the shores of Lake Garda is, of course, the climate. From early spring until deep in the fall, temperatures here are very pleasant. And even in the middle of summer, temperatures don't often get out of hand.
Lake Garda is in the North of Italy, in the foothills of the Alps. Covering over 350 km², the lake is the biggest lake of Italy.
The shores of the lake have lively old towns. The lake also is home to a large range of water sports, including swimming, sailing, pedal boating, surfing, rowing, water skiing, fishing, or simply bobbing on an inflatable in the deep blue waters.
Of course, there are also plenty of sports ashore, such as tennis, mini golf, hiking, mountain biking, golf, et cetera.
Lake Garda is also an ideal location for exploring Northern Italy. Within a range of 150 kilometers, you'll find beautiful cities like Milan, Padua, Venice and Verona.
Lake Garda is surrounded by countless beautiful and friendly towns and cities, some of them centuries old, and all of them great places to be. They have beautiful buildings, stores and markets, and friendly (outdoor) bars, restaurants, pizzerias and discotheques.
There are several amazing golf courses on the shores of Lake Garda. In the pre- and post-season, we have special golfing package deals. We also organize golf clinics for anybody who wants to improve his or her swing.
The marina of Moniga has all sorts of boats: from pedal boats up to motorboats for seven people - which you can rent without a boating license. Of course, there also larger boats, which do require a license, for rent.
Lake Garda is in the center of Northern Italy. It is basically the person starting point for exploring this beautiful area. Why not make a day trip to Venice or Milan?
Upon arrival, you will receive a bag with information on day trips and excursions in the surroundings. In the bag you will also find a schedule of the boats that cross the lake.