Lake Garda, Italy: Welcome to Paradise
30 September, 2017
Lake Garda, Lago di Garda in Italian, is both a big beautiful lake as well as a tri-provincial community of several lakeshore towns. The towns span the provinces of Verona (region of Veneto), Brescia (region of Lombardy), and Trento (region of Trentino-Alto Adige). These tri-provincial towns encircling the lake include such beauties as Sirmione, Desenzano, Salò, and Lonato. The views are stunning from the tops of the various mountains that grace the lakeside communities as well as from the bottoms of their rocky feet that dip into crystal clear, white-stone beach waters.
Browse the photo gallery below to enter paradise and experience Lake Garda for yourself. A picture is worth a thousand words, and this gallery will do all the talking. Please leave a comment after your visit (unless, of course, you are left speechless). Happy browsing!
Thank you for giving me inspiration for my next Italy trip. This is stunning. #FlyAwayFriday
It’s my pleasure! Thanks for checking it out.
How big is that lake? From your photos it looks enormous! And I noticed that the pizza place has a vegana option — marking that for future reference 🙂
It’s the largest lake in Italy (about 370 km²). And yes! This pizza place makes gluten-free and vegan pizzas. The place is called Burnout, and you can find them on Trip Advisor, Facebook (www.facebook.com/burnoutpizzabistrotmoniga/), or in person at Via Pergola, localita’ Levada, 25080, Moniga Del Garda 🙂
Absolutely love all the photos! It looks like such an amazing place; I’ve been loving your Instagram posts! Thanks for joining Fly Away Friday, hope to see you again this week! xo
It’s a gorgeous place for sure! Thanks for stopping by.
Lake Garda is one of my favourite spots in Italy! I had the best time there and hubby says his favourite tiramisu was made there at this really unbelievable restaurant. Hope to see you at Fly away Friday tomorrow 🙂
Thanks for your comment. Garda is gorgeous. And, since Veneto is the birthplace of tiramisu (…subject to ongoing dispute with Friuli), I’m glad it set the bar for your husband!