WHAT TO SEE ON LAKE GARDA
Lake Garda offers unmissable beauties and landscapes to be seen at least once in a lifetime, for free!
Here is the most beautiful thing you can visit in the Garda areas.
Four high lake itineraries that offer exciting views and are unmatched in the panorama they offer. We start with the panoramic pedestrian path that from Busatte goes to Tempesta which winds along the east coast of Garda Trentino from north to south with a length of about 11 km and a drop of just over 300 meters. Still in the upper lake part, there is the Sentiero del Ponale, a pedestrian and bicycle path, which connects Riva del Garda to the Ledro valley with a path of about 9 km on a vertical drop of 650 meters.
Unmissable is also Malcesine, a small medieval village surrounded by nature, with views of both Monte Baldo and Lake Garda. Its Scaliger Castle is traced back to the Lombard era, before becoming a residence for the lords of the Scaliger Veronese family, of which it retains its name.
If you’re a mountain lover, Monte Baldo is a must see.
Its geographical position allows you to enjoy an extraordinary panorama easily accessible by cable car.
Known as "the Pearl of Garda", Sirmione will conquer you with the beauty of its landscape and its Catullo Caves.
Limone, a small town of fishermen and citrus growers that has turned into one of the most popular tourist resorts on Lake Garda.
The town of Tremosine is known throughout Italy for its extraordinary beauty and uniqueness and famous for its thrill terrace. It is a panoramic point 350 meters high on Lake Garda. The view from up there is spectacular both for its altitude but above all for the idea of being suspended in the void towards the crystal clear waters of the lake.
The Rocca di Manerba is located on a rocky outcrop overlooking Lake Garda very easy to reach by car from the center of Manerba del Garda.