Gargnano is one of the few villages on the Lake that still maintains its original structure, where you can still breathe the air of times gone by when life was marked by the rhythm of nature.
Here you can spend moments of total relaxation being literally enchanted by the harmony of our lands.
Gargnano is located in the centre of the “Parco dell’ Alto Garda” and it is the largest municipality in terms of territory (78.3 km2). The capital and the main villages border on the lake, whilst Villavetro, Fornico and Zuino climb delicately up the modest hillside enclosed by olive trees.
The Garda Golf Country Club, designed by the English architects Cotton, Pennink, Steel & Partners, consists of 27 27 holes of the course extend over 110 acres located between the Rocca of Manerba, the Castle of Soiano and the hills of Valtenesi.
The three 9 hole courses, marked with red, white and yellow, are very attractive both from the technical point of view and landscape.
Villa Giulia is an Official Partner of the Garda Golf Country Club.
The golf course with a lake view open year round.
The Bogliaco Golf Club is the third-oldest golf course in Italy; it is located in Toscolano Maderno near the western hills of Garda Lake.
The golf course has 18 holes par 70 with panoramic views overlooking the lake.
Guests can enjoy an elegant club house with restaurant, terrace and garden. Bogliaco Golf Academy offers an interesting calendar of daily clinic as well as longer sessions.
Mr. Arthur Hruska, a well known medician and naturalist, created between 1910 and 1971 this botanical paradise with its little streams, artificial lakes covered with water-lilies and callas, liven up with plenty of fish - all sunken into a Dolomit landscape en miniature.
In 1988 the multimedia artist André Heller purchases the garden and its villa to build up a center of ecological conscience.
Hidden in the garden you'll find sculptures and pieces of contemporary artists like Keith Haring, Roy Lichtenstein, Mimmo Paladino.
The 'Arena di Verona' is considered the largest open air opera theater in the world: the Roman amphitheater built in the 1st century A.D. has a seating capacity of 13.500 persons and hosts over 500,000 spectators each season.
The Arena, both a monument and a theatre, is a symbol of Verona, the city of the tragic Shakespearean lovers Romeo and Juliet.
Courtesy of the Arena di Verona Foundation