Limone sul Garda

    Limone sul Garda

Limone sul Garda

Limone sul Garda is home to the unique lemon houses, which cannot be found anywhere else in the world. Thanks to the mild climate on lake Garda this is the only place on Latitude 46 Degrees North where lemons and citrus fruits can be grown. The town of Limone sits on a narrow strand of land at the base of the tall, rocky cliffs north of the Riviera. Today Limone is one of the top tourist attractions of  lake Garda  but still manages to keep it’s authentic Italian charm while being very affordable if your looking for a good quality holiday. Its picturesque, historic town centre, medieval homes,
narrow cobbled streets, and ports surrounded by green vegetation offer endless possibilities for enjoyable, relaxing hikes and strolls both inland and along the lake.

The Garda territory and the mountains surrounding the Lake also provide an unending network of hiking possibilities while enjoying the scenic landscapes and the fresh air and freedom. Monte Baldo defined as the Garden of Europe , the huge Alto Garda Natural Park with it’s unlimited hiking paths and the mountains of Pizzoccolo and Denervo are only a few of the more notable walking excursions. The Garda territory is often referred to as a walker’s wonderland.

Lazise A town on the south east coast of Lake Garda that has kept its historical outline, including its ancient walls dating from the Scala family rule and has also maintained the original charming old buildings and medieval streets. Hotel accommodation is welcoming and comfortable, as in all places around the lake and if you book in advance there many excellent offers available. The district also has the biggest water park in Italy, the recent movie theme park and the soothing spa baths in their beautiful park in nearby Cola di Lazise.

Offering a holiday that can be as exhilarating or as relaxing as you choose, Cola di Lazise is a  charming hamlet that lies three kilometers south of Lazise surrounded by the large parks of Villa Miniscalchi, Villa Da Sacco dating back to the 16th century. Noteworthy is the 17th century church of Madonna della Neve and the Santa Maria and San Giorgio parish church, which were rebuilt in the 18th century.

Alternatively Bardolino village lies in a wonderful lakeside position at the foot of hills of Monte Baldo famous for it’s orchards, olive groves and vineyards producing renowned wines as Bardolino and Soave which  can be bought at any local store or at the many wine canteens found around the lake area. Visitors are offered the charm of the old town and lakeside walks as well as the chance to discover the surrounding hills and their views over the whole of lake Garda. It has a mild climate and plenty of inviting beaches dotted around the lakes shore.

Situated at the lower end of the Riviera where the lake widens out it take on an ever more Mediterranean appearance, Bardolino also has varied types of accommodation for the most diverse needs.

Useful info:

http://www.lakegardatourist.com/

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