The largest and beautiful lake in Italy.. Unique microclimate. Palms, cypresses, pines, olive and lemon trees.. Medieval castles, aristocratic villas and ancient Roman ruins.. Thermal springs, sport and active vacation..
Lake Garda is the largest lake in Italy. The road that goes around it is about 200 kilometers long, so you could get around it in just three hours. But let's stretch out the fun and do it in four days. Because it's very beautiful, unusual and interesting! Sometimes you feel like you are on the Mediterranean coast, in the mountains, or in general a time traveler, who found himself in the Middle Ages. There is something to see and do here. So maybe four days wouldn't seem like much...
Around Garda Lake
6 days itinerary by Dmitry Shakhray - Beach and Relax, Active Leisure, History and Culture - Car, 3 Hotels
Road Trip Categories: Beach and Relax, Active Leisure, History and Culture
Day 1: Verona-Sirmione Airport
You decided to spend a few days outdoors by the water? Beautiful! Lake Garda is the best way to do it. Let's start the journey with Sirmione. It is not only one of the most beautiful and famous resorts, it is also easier to get here from the nearest airports - Verona, Bergamo, Venice and Milan.
Visiting: Sirmione, Verona, Sommacampagna
Day 2: Syrmione
Lake Garda has many beautiful and cozy little towns which are so popular with tourists. But perhaps the most memorable of them is Sirmione. That's where we'll start!
We will have the whole day to take a leisurely stroll along the picturesque cape and see all the interesting things.
Day 3: East coast: Malchezine
Traveling along the eastern bank of Garda, from Sirmione to Riva, not to stop and walk in Malcesina would be an unforgivable mistake. You will find a picturesque town by the water itself, a perfectly preserved medieval castle and an observation deck at an altitude of 1,800 meters with a magnificent view of the lake.
Visiting: Riva del Garda, Sirmione, Malcesine, Riva del Garda
Day 4: Riva del Garda
The ancient Riva del Garda, nestled under a steep cliff, offers many opportunities for active recreation. Bicycle, walks in the surrounding mountains, windsurfing, sapp board, kayak, sailing. And everything is surrounded by palms, magnolias, pines and cypresses. It's a great idea to spend the whole day here!
Visiting: Riva del Garda, Riva del Garda, Arco
Day 5: West Bank: Lemone, Salo
Driving in the opposite direction from Riva to Sirmione, but already along the western shore of the lake, I recommend to make a stop in two more beautiful towns - in Limona, famous as it is easy to guess, with its lemon trees, and in historic Salo.
Visiting: Sirmione, Riva del Garda, Limone sul Garda, Salo
Day 6: Home
The journey around Garda is over - it's time to pack up and go to the airport. I hope you enjoyed it here and have many bright impressions and beautiful pictures left. Have a nice trip!
Visiting: Sommacampagna, Sirmione, Verona