Lazise is situated at 64 m above sea level on the South-Eastern shore of the Lake Garda in the Province of Verona. Together with Colà and Pacengo, the municipality has approximately 6500 inhabitants. The lovely village is still almost completely surrounded by medieval walls and steeped in history as is proven by prehistorical, roman and medieval fSee all
With Pacengo, Colà is one of the two hamlets of Lazise, grown in the XV century around magnificent palaces and castles: Villa Moscardo, Villa Dei Cedri, Villa Monteraso, Villa Da Sacco which is also called the Castle. In August is held the traditional Madonna Della Neve Festival. THERMAL PARK VILLA DEI CEDRI During excavations in the eightiesSee all
Pacengo is a small village on the South East shore of Lake Garda positioned between Gardaland and Movieland. Which makes it an ideal base for guests who wish to visit the themeparks and also enjoy relaxing in the sun. Pacengo itself is only very small but has a wonderful pizzeria nearby called Gallehus on the main lakeside road. It also has a sSee all
Although Bardolino is a walled city, it retains very little historical rests and it has a rather modern and mundane atmosphere. From the city walls of the IX century, only the Southern entrance gate remains and one of the towers. The fame of Bardolino derives from its beautiful red DOC wines (wines with certified origin) Bardolino, Bardolino ClasSee all
Peschiera is situated at the South-Eastern tip of the Lake Garda, on the river Mincio which is the only effluent of the lake. The historical city centre is completely surrounded by imposing bulwarks forming a star with five points, surrounded by a navigable moat. The first city walls of Peschiera date back to the year 101 B.C.; during the centuriSee all
The thermal city of Sirmione has 25,000 residents, mainly living in the hamlet Colombare. The historical city centre is situated on the tip of the peninsula, well defended by the castle, the moat and the stone slabs all around the tip that made an invasion by boat impossible. The biggest Roman villa of Northern Italy has been built here in theSee all
This area abounds with places of great beauty and charm. The Valley of the Mills and the German Military Cemetery both merit a visit, the latter a final resting place of 22,000 German soldiers and the third most important in Italy in terms of size. In Marciaga the seventeenth-century Santuario della Beata Vergine del Soccorso and the evocative "senge", where, in addition to a beautiful view of Lake Garda, you can admire ancient petroglyphs. In Castion, highlights include the Romanesque church of San Verolo, the elegant Villa Pellegrini Cipolla and the Parish Church of St. Mary Magdalene, which houses a beautiful Brusasorci painting. Albarè is the birthplace of Adolfo Consolini, Olympic discus thrower, and home of the 12th century churches of Saints Fermo and Rustico as well as the charming Villa Torri-Giuliari with its expansive park where you can find two oaks recorded as the oldest in the province of Verona.