the most beautiful lake in Italy
Azure waters glisten in the sunlight. Palm tree-dotted shores invite you to take a stroll. Idyllic bars and cafés serve refreshing aperitifs. And a sense of dolce vita surrounds you. Yes, Lake Garda is rightly considered the most beautiful lake in Italy. Discover the beauty, history, culinary delights, culture, and activities this pearl of northern Italy has to offer – whether as part of a leisurely day trip or during a stay at the Stroblhof Active Family Spa Resort Lake Garda (opening soon). Prepare to be spellbound by the Mediterranean charm and light-hearted spirit of Lake Garda.
Our favourite excursions
Exploring the lakeside villages
Winding alleys and buzzing energy, Mediterranean flair and historical masterpieces – the picturesque towns on the shores of Lake Garda never fail to captivate holidaymakers. Visit Riva, Limone sul Garda, Lazise, Bardolino, Torbole, Malcesine, Desenzano, Sirmione, or Salò for a shopping spree, a meal at a restaurant, or simply to wander around and marvel.
The gourmet side of Lake Garda
The Lake Garda’s Road of Wine and Delicacies invites you to taste the excellent wines, olive oils, truffles, and delectable treats on offer in the many trattorias and agrotourism locations along the coastal roads.
Isola del Garda
This small island off San Felice del Benaco is one of the most popular excursion destinations at Lake Garda and is considered a tiny gem with its centuries-old villa, beautiful gardens, and expansive park.
Vittoriale degli Italiani in Gardone Riviera
One of the most interesting excursion destinations at Lake Garda can be found on the west shore: the eccentric home of the Italian poet Gabriele D’Annunzio with its beautiful park.
The memorials of San Martino and Solferino
The memorial tower and museums at the southern tip of Lake Garda commemorate the battles of San Martino and Solferino, which took place during the Second Italian War of Independence in 1859.
Santuario Madonna della Corona
The famous place of pilgrimage, the Madonna della Corona in the village of Spiazzi on Monte Baldo, lies at a dizzying height. Yet, those who make the journey speak of it with reverence for the rest of their lives.
The largest amusement park in Italy offers a great mix of family attractions, adventure worlds, roller coasters, and so much more.