The Garda Lake, is the largest lake in Italia and its territory is divided in three regions, at the north the Trentino Alto Adige, at the west Lombardia, at the east Veneto.
The Venetian shore of Lake Garda is included in the district of Verona. Among the beautiful villages along the shores of Lake we can find Garda, on the gulf from which you can see the spectacular view of the lake. Garda is the most important center of the territory as regards fishing, the fundamental traditional activity in the economic development of the site in the past. From here you can undertake several trips to the Rocca di Garda and Mount Luppia and enjoy the wonderful vegetation and the view.
Castelnuovo del Garda is an ancient Roman settlement, which developed in the Middle Ages as evidenced by the Visconti Tower and the structure of the old town centre. There are also some villas and neoclassical churches. With the village situated on the hills, the municipality reaches the shores of the lake with various beach resorts and includes the Gardaland Theme Park.
Peschiera del Garda is characterized by a pentagonal extensive system of walls, with origins dating back to the 500 and still surround the old town, along with ramparts and other buildings that are evidence of Venetian power. Near the village we can visit the Sanctuary of the Madonna del Frassino, a pilgrimage site.
In the whole area the historical and cultural heritage is combined with a modern and attractive touristic offer, with wine tasting tours, hotels and farmhouses surrounded by a breathtaking natural landscape.