Lake Garda is the largest Italian lake with an area of approximately 370 km². It lies in the Alpine foothills between the provinces of Brescia, Verona and Trento, therefore lying between three regions of Lombardy, Veneto and Trentino. The brightness of the light, its mild climate, its rich vegetation mainly composed of olive trees, palm trees, cypresses, lemon trees, oleanders and orange trees, together with the grandeur of the landscape forming the background to the interesting historical and cultural aspects of the territory, make this the most attractive of the lakes of Italy.
The main places to visit on the Verona side are Peschiera, Lazise, Bardolino, Garda, Torri del Benaco, Pai, Brenzone and Malcesine. Each resort has its own peculiarities and historical beauty, and each is fascinating and unique.
There are numerous sports to do on Lake Garda: windsurfing, sailing, kite surfing, mountain biking, golf, horse riding, scuba diving, hiking, canyoning and rock climbing.