Lake Garda

Italy’s largest lake, blessed with a benign climate and diversity of landscape

Italy’s largest lake, blessed with a benign climate and diversity of landscape, with Venice to the east and Milan to the west, remains curiously uncelebrated. The north end is edged with jagged mountains at its sword-narrow tip – where today hardy types enjoy windsurfing, paragliding, mountain walking and climbing close to the Swiss-Italian border. As you move further southwards, the lake changes character, opening up into more Meditteranean settings of lively, open-air cafes, pebble beaches, picturesque harbours as the fir and pine trees give way to olive and lemon groves. “The lake lies dim and milky,” DH Lawrence wrote, “the mountains are dark blue… the sky glistens… the light burns gold.” Lake-side villages with rich old quarters, castles, ruined Roman villas complete with mosaics, mountains, the scent of lemon on the breeze and picturesque panoramas, Lake Garda is a fairytale place to be married.

Restaurant in the historic centre of Malcesine

The perfect location for special occasions and gatherings of loved ones, where you can dine in a quiet and beautiful surroundings.


Venue Type:Restaurant


Romantic Restaurant in Torri del Benaco, Lake Garda

The venue offer you a unique moment of unforgettable emotions.


Venue Type:Rastaurant


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