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The blue depths of Lake Garda, Italy’s largest lake, stretch over a length of 51.9 km from the Mediterranean plains of the Po Valley to the impressive peaks of the Alps.
Lake Garda combines culinary delights, centuries-old cultures, adventure and a fascination for nature. The Navigarda not only shortens the travel times from one side of the lake to the other but also creates a truly paradisiacal opportunity to let your soul run free. Walking, by bike or in winter even on skis, Lake Garda can be experienced especially in the over 2000m high Monte Baldo Massif. Grandiose views over the lake, the peaks of the Alps and dolomites. In good weather you will have a view up to the foothills of the Apennines is guaranteed. Various forums describe the region around the lake as the largest sports area in Europe. Climbing, sailing, surfing, kiting, canyoning and mountain biking are offered here at a world-class level. Aquaparks, sealife and various amusement parks round off the adventure holiday for the whole family. Many small music and theatre festivals, as well as the world-famous opera festival in Verona, bring art and culture from different eras to life. The sunny shores of Lake Garda are also home to fantastic wines and high-quality olive oil.