Agriturismo Lake Garda
Lake Garda is the perfect holiday destination if you are looking for life and entertainment. There are many fun things to do for all ages. Whether you like water sports, the beach, lively towns, the mountains or theme parks. Looking forward to relaxing after the fun and games? Then choose a luxury agriturismo beside Lake Garda. I have personally selected them for you.
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Italy's largest lake
Lake Garda is Italy’s largest lake. It is over 50 km long and 16 km wide at its widest point. Lake Garda stretches across three provinces: Lombardy, Trentino and Veneto. A varied landscape surrounds the lake: from the rugged mountains and steep cliffs of Trentino in the west, to slightly undulating or even flat plains in the south.
Sunny beaches and fun water parks
All around Lake Garda are numerous sunny beaches, mostly pebble, but with sandy ones too. Particularly fine beaches can be found near Peschiera di Garda, Sirmione and San Felice del Benaco, for instance. Lake Garda is a Mecca for sailors and surfers, particularly the northern section. In this area you are always sure of wind, because a light breeze starts up practically every afternoon. Situated around the lake are several water parks, such as Caneva World Aquapark and Riovalli. Super fun for children and grownups alike! This is also true of Gardaland, Italy's biggest amusement park.
Bustling towns around Lake Garda
Lake Garda is blessed with lots of enchanting villages and towns. I’ve visited all of them, but I will mention a few here. Little medieval Lazise, for instance. In its ancient centre beside the lively harbour, you’ll find many shops, restaurants and bars. Another tourist attraction is Sirmione in the south, with an ancient fortress and car-free centre. Desenzano is great for shopping and going out. The little town of Garda in the north has a beautiful medieval centre, and you can take a nice stroll along its broad boulevard. Another place with a great boulevard is Salò. Other nice towns are Peschiera del Garda, which I’ve been visiting since my childhood, Bardolino in the wine region, and Gargnano on the west bank of the lake. And then there is Verona, of course. The city of Romeo and Juliet, which boasts a Roman amphitheatre (Arena). Here you can shop to your heart’s content, settle down on a terrace, and gorge on lovely food. You may also like to attend one of the renowned operas that are frequently staged in the Arena in summer.
The most charming agriturismos near Lake Garda
A 10-minute drive will take you from Lake Garda into the tranquillity of the spacious Italian countryside. Here you can stay in one of our agriturismos: farms offering luxury accommodation for holiday makers, consisting of rooms, apartments and suites. I – Margot – have visited them all. And selected them for their quality, atmosphere and hospitality, amongst other criteria. Some of the agriturismos near Lake Garda have a restaurant. All of the properties have a swimming pool, sometimes with a separate paddling pool for the little ones. Everything to ensure a lovely holiday!
Book an agriturismo near Lake Garda
All of the agriturismos around Lake Garda are listed above. Would you like to know more about the properties in this lovely region? Just send me an e-mail. I have visited and selected every one of them personally. I visit them every year, so I know the region, the agriturismos and their owners. I’ll be only too happy to help you.