Lake Garda and the surroundings are rich of history, culture, nature. They offer uncountable possibilities to convert a holiday in a journey, discovering a wonderful corner of Italy. Thanks to the partnership with the agency Garda Travel , you will live unique experiences. Be inspired by our experiences book!
A few years ago, the Rocca di Manerba became an oriented nature reserve, an open-air museum that tells the story of the landscape, nature and history of the area. Inside the Reserve there is a CAI path and four "local" paths, together with a dozen thematic paths to discover the local flora and fauna. At the top of the Rocca there are the ruins of a thousand-year-old castle and the historic cross from which the whole lake can be seen. Not far away is the beach of Pisenze.
It is a property of the Borghese Cavazza family. It is rich of history and of wonderful landscapes. During the centuries the Island has welcomed great personalities such as San Francesco d’Assisi, Dante Alighieri and Sant’Ambrogio from Padua. On the island there is a beautiful venetian-style villa, surrounded by Italian and English-style hanging gardens and a centuries-old park.
It is known also as Rabbit Island and it’s located a few meters from Punta Belvedere. Apart from its beauty and the landscape that can be enjoyed along its banks, what makes it even more unique is the fact that it can be easily reached on foot. In addition, it is a perfect destination for diving, especially the Scoglio dell’Altare.
This is a site of industrial archaeology, just above Toscolano Maderno. It contains evidence of man's work dating back to the 15th century. In Gatto, Maina Superiore and Maina di Mezzo, there are still the remains of some manufacturing buildings from that period. The Paper Mill Valley can also be crossed along ancient paths that run alongside canals and seriole.