North-west of nearby Verona, Lake Garda is the biggest lake in Italy and a very popular holiday destination.
Glaciers formed this alpine region at the end of the last ice age. The lake and its shoreline are divided between the provinces of Verona (southeast), Brescia (southovest) and Trento (north) but it is easily accessible from the north via Brenner Pass.
Whilst the southern coastline of the lake can be busy during the peak summer months, the surrounding hills and mountains are more quiet, particularly at its northern part, which is narrower and surrounded by mountains. These offer visitors an opportunity to take in some wonderful scenery.
If water sports and related attractions are of more interest, these are available at any lakeside towns.
The Novo Hotel Rossi team is at your disposal to suggest you particular tours.