The City and Surroundings

Parco Termale del Garda

The “Parco Termale del Garda” is a “unique natural spa” ” of 13 acres surrounded by rare plants and trees with thermal lakes, swimming pools, a wellness centre and a fitness facility. “Villa dei Cedri” mineral water originates in...

St.Martino of the Battle monumental Tower

Tower It is a historic building built in memory of King Vittorio Emanuele 2° and those who fought for the unity of Italy. At the entrance of the tower, 64 meters high, there are the statues of the protagonists of the Italian unity, while the paintings arranged along the ramp retrace the...

The Castèl Lemon Grove

An example of an illustrious past Facing the sun so as to catch its rays the white pillars and walls of the limonaie - lemon groves - still stand proud along the lake shore. They are unique and an example of an illustrious past that on lake Garda they can only be found between Limone and...

Oliosi e Camalavicina (Church and Monuments)

Church of Santa Maria Assunta The church of Saint Mary in Oliosi was built in XVIII century as a Camuzzini Family's chapel. Its hut shaped façade faces west, the bell tower is attached to southern walls of presbytery. Saint Andrew's parish Church The earliest written testimonies...

Desenzano Lakeside (beaches,Harbor,Squares and his monuments)

The historical centre originates in the 1500’s with interventions by the architect Giulio Todeschini. In the centre of the arcades is located the Venetian  Provveditor building, meanwhile in the square in 1782 was erected the monument dedicated to the patron S Angela Merici. The...

Desenzano Center (Castle, Museums and Parks)

The Castle The Castle dominates the city of Desenzano and it is a fortified construction which was in origin a Roman Castrum. Built in the Middle Ages, in the XI Century, with 4 angular towers, it was considered strategic for the defence and from the Military point of view. Inside it there...

Rivoltella (Beaches, harbor, Squares and monuments)

Brunati villa Built in the end of the XVI Century by mons. Giacomo Rovescio such as holiday resort on the Medieval prior rural building. A plaque and some frescoes give testimony that in 1859, after the Solferino and S.Martino Battle, it hosted King Vittorio Emanuele II and his Staff /...

Gardone Center (Vittoriale and upper part)

Borgo Alto (Gardone) The upper part of Gardone is characterized by alleys and narrow streets that start from the municipality leading to the Vittoriale degli iTaliani. There are some bars and restaurants with a panoramic view of Lake Garda. Source: Tarsì Church of San Nicolò...

Gardone and Lakeside (Church and monuments)

  Gardone and Lakeside (Church and monuments) The Evangelical Lutheran Church in Italy (ELCI) was created immediately after the Second World War, long after the founding of its constituent communities, whose origins and historical developments differ completely from each other. When...

The fractions of Gardone (Morgnaga e Fasano)

Church of Sant'Antonio Abate (Morgnaga) The church of Sant'Antonio Abate is located in the hamlet of Morgnaga and is a very simple and austere building on the outside while inside we have wall paintings. The unique central nave has side chapels. Source: Tarsì Church of San...

Lonato Center (Fortress, Churches and Monuments)

Church of Beata Vergine Del Corlo The church dates back to the 14th century, as some frescoes are witnessing next to the portal. In 1505 it was granted to the Confraternity of the Disciplines, which continued for two centuries to enrich the building with works of art and decorations. From the...

Barcuzzi-Maguzzano (Beach and Abbazia)

Abbey of Maguzzano The ancient "Abatiola" Benedictine rose near a Roman road in the late ninth century. It was burned down by the Hungarians in the early twentieth century and, after the first reconstruction, was devastated by the Visconti troops in 1339. After unification with the...

Sedena-Bettola (Castle and Churches)

Drugolo Castle The old village of Drugolo dates back to the X century and had maybe longobardic origins. It was feud of the Averoldi that lived till the middle of the XX century and the name of the manor has already linked to them. The castle is well-maintained (today...

Scoperta, Cipriano, Esenta (Santuario e Fornaci)

Fornaci Romane (Esenta) Discovered accidentally in the town of Furnace Gorghi in 1985, following the work for the construction of a transformer station ENEL, came to light a complex of furnaces of the I and II century, which is perhaps a high unicumin Italy. The Furnace A is one of the...

Padenghe center (Palace Barbieri and the churches)

Barbieri Palace From initial investigations it appears that part of the building was already existing around the sixteenth century and this is shown by the discovery made during the restoration work. The palace, built on old walls, is a beautiful building enlarged then with remakes and...

Pratello and Padenghe (Castelo and Churches)

Church of Pratello Thanks to a legacy of a Colonel of the Venetian Republic living in Pratello, around the 1920s, the Church of Pratello, named after the Blessed Virgin Mary and S. Eurosia, was erected a few years later. The single-barreled building with a barrel-vaulted facade has a tympanum...

Padenghe Bassa (Beaches and the Vaso Ri)

The Vaso Ri The Rio Vaso Ri is a watercourse that runs through the municipality of Padenghe sul Garda; born in the locality "Le Freddi" on the border with Soiano del Lago and was very important for the economy of the country. In fact along its path were built Filatoi, Oleifici, Mills...

Manerba center (Castle and Churches)

Church of S.Giovanni Battista Decollato (Manerba) It was rebuilt towards the half of the 18th century on a previous building. It belonged to the Order of the Knights of Malta, which was disbanded in the Napoleonic pe-riod. Remarkable is the baroque curved line that moves the whole façade...

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