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Veneto: travel guide

The Veneto region contains some of Lake Garda's most important tourist destinations, all of which are in the province of Verona. Also known as the Olive Riviera, the Garda Veneto includes the lakeside comunes from the northern border with Trentino Alto Adige to the southern border with Lombardy, from Malcesine as far as Peschiera del Garda.

Easily accessible to Italian and foreign tourists thanks to the motorway network and Verona airport, the Veneto section of Lake Garda is a holiday destination for numerous campers who choose this area every year for its stunning landscapes, great amenities and wide range of campsites and tourist villages which lie predominantly close to the lake shore. Beaches, lakeside walks and the opportunity to try water sports and excursions are just some of Garda Veneto's attractions: it's ideal too for visitors seeking to take advantage of the holidays to visit nearby Verona and Venice, or experience the thrills of a day at the Gardaland theme park or the numerous water parks in this area.

Camping in Garda Veneto: where to go

Thanks to the wide variety of landscapes and the distinctive characters of individual towns, in terms of size and history, Garda Veneto offers the opportunity to plan your own made-to-measure holiday. While the northern part is perfect for those who seek luxuriant nature, sports and excursions, moving towards the south of Lake Garda you'll find a gradual increase in services and attractions, due partly to the shape of the lake and the appeal of Verona province.
Of the main tourist destinations of Garda Veneto, from north to south along the lake shore, worth a visit are: Malcesine, Brenzone sul Garda, Torri del Benaco, Garda, Bardolino, Lazise, Pacengo and Peschiera del Garda. Further from the lake but still stunning are the towns of San Zeno di Montagna and Castelnuovo del Garda.

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