A summer of culture

Strolling through the cities of art

The western part of Garda is an area particularly rich in artistic sites, perfect for those who want a holiday that alternates beach life with moments of cultural interest. Cities such as Brescia, Bergamo, Milan, Verona, and Mantua are easily reachable from our village and merit a stop.

Famous among poets

Renowned for the healing properties of its thermal waters, Sirmione offers a rich historical and artistic heritage that includes the ruins of an ancient Roman villa. The poet Catullus had called it "the pearl of the islands and peninsulas" and it is impossible to blame him.

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The city of Shakespeare

In the city of Romeo and Juliet, you must not miss the most famous balcony ever. Even without a show, the Arena maintains a timeless charm and the central Piazza Erbe concentrates all the joy of the city.

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Between history and modernity

The pulsing heart of the city is the magnificent Piazza Loggia, perfectly expressing the city's charm. The Teatro Grande is unmissable, hosting major international dramatic troupes. If you are in the mood for some “retail therapy”, there are plenty of chances to shop ‘til you drop!

A real jewel

During the summer, the splendid and historic town of Salò comes alive with cultural events and entertainment. Its streets are lined with perfectly preserved villas and historic buildings - such as Palazzo del Podestà and Villa Amadei – and are must-visits.

The bequest of D'Annunzio
The Vittoriale

In Gardone Riviera on the shores of Lake Garda, a complex of buildings, squares and gardens was built by D'Annunzio in 1921 and is called the Vittoriale. The place dedicated to the poet and Italian ingenuity during WWI is now a foundation open to the public.

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