Corte Paradiso is an ancient and elegant residence located in Peschiera del Garda, Veneto, nestled in a magical corner of verdant nature. It is the ideal place for a genuine holiday and to rediscover oneself. It is located in a strategic position on Lake Garda, for its immediate proximity to amusement parks, golf courses, thermal pools and the many tourist and cultural attractions of the area. A short walk from the Relais lies the 18-hole Paradiso del Garda Golf Course, equipped with all services – gyms, tennis courts, beach volleyball and football courts, golf academy, a beautiful wellness centre, restaurants and meeting rooms. From Peschiera you can easily reach other tourist destinations – Garda, Lazise, Bardolino, Sirmione, Custoza, Valeggio – and the main cities of art in northern Italy, such as Verona, Venice, Padua, Mantua.
Corte Paradiso, in Peschiera del Garda, Veneto, offers 15 comfortable apartments and two villas, Colombara and Villa delle Rose, furnished with antique prints, furniture and paintings, surrounded by a park with retreat areas, a swimming pool and, next to it, the splendid Villa Paradiso where the Counts of Albertini, owners of the Relais, reside. The origins of the family date back to approximately the year 1000 and among the ancestors there are people who have been part of the history of Italy. Ideal for couples or friends, the Relais offers two-room apartments for two people, three-room apartments for 4 people and four-room apartments, with or without garden and equipped with all modern comforts.
Lovingly cared for and immersed in a magical atmosphere, Corte Paradiso, instills in those who stay the serenity and sweetness of long lost time. The estate also features a church where ceremonies, commemorations and spiritual retreats can be celebrated. You can also discover the artistic, cultural, natural and gastronomic heritage of the region or attend the concert season of the Arena di Verona Opera Festival. The Receptionist will be at your disposal for the tickets. Very interesting, not just for fans, are the many monthly or weekly markets of the antiquities scattered throughout the region.