A lake
of wonders

Cities, towns and villages

The perfect setting for unforgettable experiences

There are 21 municipalities in Lombardy’s Lake Garda basin. Each one has shaped its territory and culture in different ways. Twenty-one pieces of the great Garda mosaic: each village is a journey of discovery in every sense, offering the unforgettable pleasures of losing yourself along the picturesque stone lanes, among the tall medieval houses, in the sun-drenched squares or in the tranquil but active ports. A unique adventure awaits at every turn.

lago di garda

Riva del Garda Arco Torbole Nago Ledro Comano Tenno Dro Drena Valle dei Laghi
Malcesine Brenzone sul Garda Ferrara di Montebaldo Brentino Belluno San Zeno di Montagna Caprino Veronese Torri del Benaco Costermano sul Garda Garda Affi Rivoli Veronese Bardolino Cavaion Veronese Lazise Pastrengo Bussolengo Peschiera del Garda Castelnuovo del Garda Sona Sommacampagna Valeggio sul Mincio Verona
Limone sul Garda Tremosine sul Garda Tignale Magasa Valvestino Gargnano Toscolano Maderno Gardone Riviera Salò San Felice del Benaco Puegnago del Garda Polpenazze del Garda Manerba del Garda Soiano del Lago Moniga del Garda Padenghe sul Garda Desenzano del Garda Lonato del Garda Pozzolengo Sirmione Brescia Montichiari Mantova

Garda Lombardia


Ancient villages overlook the stirring, lively waters of Lake Garda, framed by breathtaking routes through the majestic mountains and glacier-formed hills. Olive and lemon groves perfume the air and colour the landscape. Michelin-starred restaurants, secluded beaches and major cultural events offer unique and unforgettable experiences. All in one extraordinary place.

Brescia and Mantua

Capitals of Culture on the UNESCO World Heritage List

Around Lake Garda, the cities of Brescia and Mantua are ideal day-trip destinations. Both enjoy the title of Italian Capital of Culture (Mantua in 2016 and Brescia, with Bergamo, in 2023) and have been declared UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Brescia is recognised for its connection with the Langobard people and the relics from their time; the star attraction, lighting up the chapel where it is kept, is the dazzling 'Cross of Desiderius'. Mantua, on the other hand, has been recognised for its Renaissance heritage, its history as a ‘utopian Gonzaga city’, which pervades its architecture, monuments and art.
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