Lake Garda has waves and splashes, beaches and secret coves, the scent and color of the sea. But above all, the size of the Garda give an illusion of infinity. When the waters filled the gap left by one of the great glaciers of the Pleistocene, was born the largest Italian lake, which stretches from the Alpine foothills up to the moraine hills.
The shores of Lake Garda, surrounded by gentle rolling hills, or sometimes high and steep remembering the profile of a fjord, are the secret of a warm and temperate microclimate that allowed olives, lemon and cypress trees to grow undisturbed.
Inhabited since prehistoric times, already famous for its beauty at the time of the Romans, the lake has an almost uninterrupted succession of precious historical buildings like villages, castles and chateaux spread along lakeside, among vineyards and olive trees.