Nearby the campsite you can discover the beauties of the characteristic Lazise and discover unique places and parks.
History, culture, entertainment and… cuisine!
Lazise is a town of about 7000 inhabitants located on the eastern shore of Lake Garda, a splendid medieval village that boasts the distinction of being the first municipality in Italy in 983.
It is surrounded by Scaliger walls, has a beautiful long lake, a large square with arcades, a small port and the ancient and unique Venetian customs.
It is a destination suitable for different types of holidays: from a romantic getaway to a family holiday, from a weekend at the spa to a food and wine trip.
This area of Lake Garda also offers a great variety of amusement parks:
The area also offers the opportunity to visit many cellars and oil mills, as wine and extra virgin olive oil are the typical products of the area. The famous Strada del Vino di Bardolino is an itinerary of about 80 km that passes by the various wineries in the area, many of which offer tastings of typical products.
The town overlooks the lake and offers a small square with bars, shops, restaurants and a small port from which a long cycle path along the lake starts, reaching Lazise on one side and Peschiera on the other.
The Mincio cycle path then starts from Peschiera, a long flat cycle path of about 40 km that runs along the Mincio River and reaches as far as Mantua.
The western shore of the lake can be easily reached by boat or by car. Also on this side of Garda there are splendid villages such as Salò, Gardone Riviera with the beatiful Vittoriale degli Italiani, Manerba with its splendid Rocca, Limone sul Garda and many others.