Explore Lake Garda
Lake Garda is Italy’s largest lake; a body of intense blue water surrounded by the stunning landscape of the morainic hills. Situated in the north of the country, The lake straddles the border of two of Italy’s most beautiful regions: Lombardy and Veneto, the northern part of the lake is entirely surrounded by mountains, which create a mild microclimate that allows mediterranean foliage to grow all around, only adding to the beauty of this magical location.
About Lake Garda
The shore of the lake is dotted with quaint towns and villages. As far back as Roman times, this area has been used as a peaceful and luxurious summer getaway. * The lake was carved into the mountain by glaciers during the last ice age. * Salo, a town on Lake Garda, is allegedly where the modern violin was first invented by Italian musician Gasparo De Salo.