Lake Garda, also known as Benaco, is the largest lake in Italy, with an area of approximately 370 km² and is located between the Lombardy, Veneto and Trentino Alto Adige regions.

Lake Garda, with its 25 picturesque villages, all connected by the "Gardesana" National Road and reachable via the highway, is rich in historical monuments, castles and fortresses, and offers a glimpse into its unparalleled history. The climate on Lake Garda is mild throughout the year, with its warm (sometimes hot) summer months (from end of April to the beginning of October) and the winter months distinguished by low rainfall. This climate is ideal for local products such as olives, lemons and oranges, wines and truffles, world-renowned products, which are much appreciated by both locals and visitors. The brightness of the environment, the gentleness of the climate, rich vegetation, consisting predominantly of olive, palm, cypress, lemon, oleander and orange trees, together with the grandeur of the landscapes, which are the background to the interesting historical and cultural testimonies throughout its territory, make it certainly the most attractive of Italian lakes.

From fish, to homemade pasta to the famous tortellini - everything can be washed down with excellent regional wines, such as Bardolino Chiaretto "D.O.C. Classico".
On Lake Garda one can find various types of gastronomic venues: the typical Italian trattoria, the rustic tavern, the typical farm, the traditional pizzerias and the classic restaurants. Every restaurant gives particular importance to the freshness and quality of the products and the commitment to delight taste buds is the norm. The region surrounding Lake Garda offers a wide range of quality products - Enjoy aromatic wines, extra virgin olive oil DOP, liqueurs, truffles, citrus fruit and Italian freshwater fish.