Garda Lake

Landscape and Nature

Lake Garda is the largest Italian lake, with an area of about 370 km² (3rd for depths after Como and Maggiore). Hinge between three regions, Lombardy (province of Brescia), Veneto (province of Verona) and Trentino-Alto Adige (province of Trento), is parallel to the Adige, from which it is divided by the massif of Monte Baldo. In the north it is narrow as a funnel while in the south it widens, surrounded by moraine hills that make the landscape sweeter. The lake is an important tourist destination and is visited every year by millions of people.

Ambite tourist destination

Lake Garda, an authentic natural pearl, is one of the flagships of the Italian territory and of international tourism. It offers a corner of the Mediterranean in the southern part, flat and embraced by the gentle slopes of the Riviera degli Olivi, but surprisingly changes a few kilometers to the north, dominated by the high peaks of Monte Baldo, shrinking and assuming the shape of a fjord. overhanging in defense of castles and ancient parish churches with history, they look suggestive and charming little ports.

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