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Garda, the town that gave its name to the lake
From a small fishing village to a tourist resort popular with many holidaymakers.

The small historic centre, enclosed by Palazzo Fregoso and the Clock Tower, offers a choice of numerous bars and restaurants. For those staying even just a few days, Garda offers the possibility of pleasant excursions to the Rocca di Garda with its ancient Hermitage or the Valle dei Mulini. The jewel in the crown of the entire lake is the picturesque Punta San Vigilio, which can be reached on foot with a walk directly on the beach. The weekly market on Fridays is definitely a must for tourists to buy souvenirs and mementos. To purchase the delicate oil and renowned wines of the area, it is enough to take a short trip through the green olive groves and vineyards where you will find oil mills and wine cellars offering tastings of their products. The central location in the area makes it easy to visit the villages around the lake and the nearby towns
Punta San Vigilio
Considered the 'Portofino of Lake Garda'
The beautiful peninsula, owned by the Counts Guarienti di Brenzone, is part of the municipality of Garda in the province of Verona. A visit to Punta San Vigilio is absolutely not to be missed if you are passing through the eastern shore of Lake Garda. You can decide to go to Punta San Vigilio on Lake Garda to take a beautiful, romantic walk starting from Garda, or to spend a day at the beautiful Baia delle Sirene beach, now called Cala delle Sirene (for a fee), to see the elegance of Villa Guarienti, the small church, the small harbour, and the park. Or you can go to Punta San Vigilio to admire the sunset over Lake Garda in one of the most beautiful views that Lake Garda has to offer. San Vigilio has always been considered a splendid peninsula, the destination of important guests, such as the King of Naples, Winston Churchill, Prince Charles of England, Laurence Olivier and many others.
A place enclosed in an area of strong contrasts, with Mediterranean vegetation growing vigorously at the foot of rocky cliffs around which a cobalt blue lake is set.
The centre of Riva del Garda offers many things to see and fascinates with art and architecture, evidence of ancient history and a past rich in culture. In its surroundings one can admire the impressive Varone waterfalls.
On a small promontory on the Verona side of the lake, at the foot of Mount Baldo, built around an ancient Scaligera fortress, stands Malcesine. Gathered around the castle and the Palazzo dei Capitani, the old town, with its small harbour, small squares and alleyways bustling with shops, bars and typical restaurants, Malcesine retains its magical charm. A panoramic cable car will take you to the top of Monte Baldo from where you can admire the beauty of the lake or take wonderful walks.
A land to discover. Chosen and loved by artists and poets of all times for its enchanted atmosphere and natural beauty, Sirmione welcomes you to the heart of Lake Garda with the charm of a millenary history to which the Grotte di Catullo and the Castello Scaligero bear witness. In addition to visiting the characteristic historical centre, you can enjoy the wellness of its thermal baths renowned throughout Europe.
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