Cycling routes on Lake Garda, a route from the Valle dell'Adige to Lake Garda, across villages, vineyards and Loppio marsh biotope.
Lake Garda is a unique and spectacular setting for yachting enthusiasts
Lake Garda boasts a longstanding yachting and sailing tradition and over the last 50 years the many local yachting clubs have trained and qualified some of the best Olympic-class skippers.
THE UPPER GARDA IS THE EUROPEAN CAPITAL OF WINDSURFING
The triangle shaped area with the angles in Torbole Malcesine and Limone is considered a windsurfing paradise by surfers, with ideal waves and wind conditions
Here are the beaches on Trento’s shores of Lake Garda
Jumps and tricks on the water with ... snowboard
Wakeboarding, also known as "snowboarding on water," is an intense and dynamic sport: landings in water ensure the fun even to the most inexperienced.
With its characteristic historical centre and its picturesque port, it is the venue of windsurfers and sailing enthusiasts from all over Europe
Located close to the mouth of the River Sarca, Torbole stands at the foot of Monte Baldo. Torbole has been a tourist resort since the 15th century when it became a favourite holiday venue for the travellers transiting along the Atesina road joining Germany with Italy; among these, celebrities such as Montaigne e Goethe.
A 24.7 km mountain biking trail from Torbole to Malga Casina, running along the slopes of Monte Baldo.
At the beginning of the 18th century French soldiers under the command of General Vendôme devastated the northern area of Lake Garda
A spectacle of nature near Nago Torbole
The charming rocky spur in a strategic position destroyed in 1703 by the French troops of the Duke of Vendôme