Punta San Vigilio, is considered one of the most beautiful villages of lake Garda, attracting romantics and artists from all over the world. Located on a small promontory characterised by an unmistakable silhouette, it will welcome you
with its small alleys surrounded by ancient cypresses and olive trees.
Roman gravestones with Latin love inscriptions, will lead you to Villa Guarienti and to an old small port. Today the original tombstone is exhibited at the Museo Lapidario Maffeiano in Verona.
Crossing the Italian-style garden with busts and statues by Girolamo Campagna, you will reach the residence dating back to the16th century, which made history thanks to the lawyer and philosopher Brenzoni. He was a solitary man and a scholar who wrote a famous essay “ Della vita solitaria” in which he praised the idea: "Happy is he who lives away from all material worries". And this is a picturesque place where you can find peace of mind.
The villa was designed by architect Michele Sanmicheli from Verona; some famous people like Tsar Alexander II, Maria Luisa of Austria, Winston Churchill, Charles and many painters and poets who were inspired by this bucolic place, stayed here. Going down towards the small port, you will find an ancient church, dating back to the 4th century, dedicated to Bishop San Vigilio, who converted the people of the lake, and an old inn, creating together a glimpse of pure beauty.