Lake Garda is the largest of the Italian lakes. Located between the three provinces of Lombardy, Veneto and Trentino Alto Adige, the south part of the lake is bordered by the Morenic hills, formed by the glaciers of days gone by. The narrow, northern part of the lake is surrounded by spectacular mountain peaks. Lake Garda has been a main tourist spot since olden days and since the early 20th century, the number of visitors has steadily increased and now reaches a million visitors per year.

A major attraction for visitors to Lake Garda is its wonderful Mediterranean climate, guaranteeing a wide range of flowers and plants some of which include olive and palm trees, cypress and lemon trees, oleander and orange trees. Together with its variety of views and historical and cultural attractions, the climate makes Lake Garda a top choice for tourists.

Thanks to its intense blue waters (Lake Garda was awarded the "Blue Flag" award in 2011 for its top beaches), the spectacular views it has to offer, the lifestyle on the lake and all of its tradtions, Lake Garda is a unique destination, guaranteeing visitors a 360 degree experience - from relaxation, sport and entertainment to culture and its food and drink!