The area is surrounded by the city center
so you can move comfortably on foot
Nicknamed “the pearl of Lake Garda”, Sirmione is known throughout the world for its extraordinary position, its history and its services. The Scaligero castle, entirely surrounded by water and dating back to the thirteenth century, is located at the entrance to the historic center.
Inside the peninsula there is an archaeological site: the “Grotte di Catullo”, which house the remains of a Roman villa and a museum relating to the history of the time (1st century BC – 1st century AD). The site overlooks one of the most beautiful and evocative beaches of Garda: the Jamaica Beach.
The Terme di Sirmione, divided into two locations, represent a fixed point regarding thermal treatments and long-term well-being of the person. In the “Aquaria” headquarters, located in the historic center, you can relax and pamper yourself through regenerating services and sensations based on thermal water. The “Virgilio” headquarters, on the other hand, is indicated for the treatment of numerous types of diseases and disorders: this occurs thanks to the use of sulfuric salsobromoiodic water.
Peschiera del Garda station is located on the Milan-Venice line, serving the city of the same name.
It is the largest lake in Italy, nestled between the Alps and the Po Valley. Its shores touch the borders of three regions: Lombardy, Veneto and Trentino-Alto Adige.
Thanks to its mild and characteristic climate, Garda is home to palm trees, oleanders, olive trees and vines, with which extra virgin olive oils and native wines are produced, such as Lugana and Bardolino.
Its territory offers both pretty villages, such as San Felice del Benaco and Borghetto, and comfortable cities, such as Brescia, Verona and Trento.
Numerous activities can be practiced, from skiing on the neighboring mountains to parasailing, from climbing to paddleboarding.
Lake Garda offers this and much more: tradition, history, culture, sport, nature, relaxation and services of all kinds.
Lake Garda is undoubtedly the area in Italy with the highest concentration of amusement parks.