Frequently asked questions about Lake Garda
Spend your holiday at Lake Garda with the following tips:
- Walk along the 7 waterfalls in Parco della Cascate di Molina
- Experience the most famous theme park of Italy: Gardaland
- Discover all the Italian wine traditions during a wine tasting
- Rent a boat and discover the beauty of Lake Garda from the water
- Attend an opera in the impressive Verona Arena
A must-do for every visitor at Lake Garda is a visit to Gardaland. This amusement park is among the top European amusement parks and is also the largest within Italy. Around the 50 attractions ensure that you will have a great day of adventure and adrenaline here.
Located next to Gardaland you will find Caneva World. A spectacular amusement park divided into two areas: Hollywood and a water park. During a visit to Hollywood Park, you will walk through various movie scenes. Be the star of your own movie and visit more than 20 unique attractions.
If speed and water is more your thing, then the Caneva water park is the place to be. The many slides provide hours of entertainment. Experience a day of fun and relaxation while floating around in the water or visiting some adrenaline slides.
Always wanted to swing through the trees like Tarzan? Then you should definitely visit the Jungle Adventure Park. Starting from the age of 8, children can have fun among the treetops.
Do you prefer to prowl across the savannah or go on safari in Africa? Then Parco Naturo Viva is worth a visit. You will run into more than 70 species of animals at this well-kept zoo.
Lake Garda may be known for its changeable weather forecasts, but it is (really) not that bad. The weather during the summer months is very similar to the weather around the Italian Coast. When there is a thunderstorm, it is often short-lived. Due to the high mountains surrounding the lake, it is possible that in early April there may still be snow on the highest peaks. From May onwards, the temperature takes an upward trend, quickly moving towards 20 degrees. In the months of June until September it is about 25 degrees during the day and in the evening the temperature can drop to 17 degrees.
Located at the banks and around Lake Garda, there are plenty of campsites that can be founded. One of the most friendly campsites is Cisano san Vito. The swimming pool is specially designed for children. At this campsite you will also find, among others, our luxury mobile home: the Estivo Premium Plus. Another campsite where you are directly at Lake Garda is Camping Bella Italia. A large campsite that is one of the most famous campsites in Italy.
Lake Garda, with a surface of 158 kilometers, is the largest lake in Italy. In 2021, the 140-kilometer bike path was completed, allowing you to cycle almost car-free along the entire lake.
If you catch a plane to Lake Garda, the most recommended airports are those of Verona or Milan-Bergamo.
Lake Garda is a freshwater lake. The shoreline of the lake is mostly pebbles, flats and grass. Because of this, water shoes are recommended.