Lake Garda

Lake Garda has always been highly sought after by Italians and foreigners for the beauty of nature and the surrounding landscapes.

Small well-kept villages overlooking the shores of the lake instill calm and serenity, while you walk through alleys, having a coffee at the local piazza gazing over the lake or eating an ice cream while having a walk along the lakefront ..


Life on Lake Garda is very relaxing and offers many events and things to do for all tastes and all ages.

The services that Lake Garda offers are many and range from theme parks (Gardaland), naturalistic parks (Heller garden or Sigurtà) and water parks (Caneva), to concerts and theatre (Vittoriale), and obviously outdoor sports (climbing, mountain biking, windsurfing, yoga, Nordic walking)


The best way to explore the beautiful landscape of Lake Garda is undoubtedly by bike! The cycle paths that line the lake are safe and ideal for cyclists of all ages and offer different types of routes, suitable for both beginners and experienced cyclists. 

Let's explore some of them together!




The first cycle path not to be missed is the Garda by Bike, the overhanging cycle path on Lake Garda considered the most beautiful in Italy due to the breathtaking view of one of the most evocative corners of our country. 

The track will be definitively completed by next year and will have a length of 140 kilometers, it will surround the lake crossing three regions (Lombardy, Veneto and Trentino), pedaling suspended in mid-air above the water in some sections.

The first section of the Garda cycle path connects Capo Reamol to Limone sul Garda, along the famous Gardesana road. A cycle path is illuminated even at night, which can be traveled by bike or on foot 24 hours a day.





Wine lovers must absolutely combine a bike ride through the vineyards with a few stops in the cellars to taste an excellent local wine .


This intriguing bike ride through the Lugana cellars along the Lake Garda Wine Route begins and ends in the Sirmione peninsula for a total of about 3 hours of travel.

Sirmione, is one of the most evocative places on Lake Garda, with its Scaligero Castle built overhanging the lake. From here Numerous ferries also depart for various locations on Lake Garda.





On the western shore of Lake Garda is Toscolano Maderno, the starting point of this comfortable cycling route. The route is about 18 km long and can be covered in about 2 hours.

The path leads along the dirt road that enters the valley of the former paper mills. Cars are forbidden to enter in the valley, so you can ride calmly and at the end of the route there are several picnic areas for refreshment.


You will certainly not be bored on Lake Garda! Bike rides, boat trips, shopping, wine tasting and restaurants will relax you while having fun at the same time.


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