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Agriturismo Al Colle - Garda Lake - Verona

Territory

Agriturismo Al Colle is situated on the beautiful hills of Cavaion Veronese, where vines and olive trees produce wine and oil of excellent quality, that are wisely used by local restaurants in perfect balance with the typical vegetable of Cavaion, the asparagus. There are plenty of Venetian villas and Romanesque churches that can be easily reached by walk or bike. Of particular interest is San Michele della Bastida’s panoramic point, which boasts a splendid view over the lake. The proximity of Cavaion with the most famous Italian lake and its picturesque villages, and at the same time, the fact that it is far away from everyday noise makes it one of the best places regarding accommodation. It is the ideal for those who want to be close to the main attractions still remaining outside the tourist flow.

Lake Garda

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Lake Garda has always been a popular and famous tourist destination, due to its excellent food and wine tradition, the beauty of the landscape and the mild climate, and nowadays it is the favourite location for hundreds of people who choose it to spend their holidays. The friendliness of the local population shows up during the numerous village festivals and fairs that are held in the villages, which are bustling with life during summer season thanks to the musical and theatrical events, as well as those dedicated to sports and gastronomy.

Among the destinations that are certainly worth a visit stand the following ones: the “Caves of Catullus” (the remains of an ancient Roman villa overlooking the lake) in Sirmione; Bardolino, Garda, Torri, Malcesine and Brenzone, on the eastern shore; Torbole, Arco and Riva del Garda north the lake; Limone, Gargnano, Gardone Riviera to the west and finally Desenzano, Sirmione and Peschiera to the south.

If you would like to have more information about this amazing location, you can find it on the official webpage of Lake Garda tourism:
www.visitgarda.com

Mount Baldo

Monte Baldo

Between the provinces of Verona and Trento the peaks of Mount Baldo stand out against the sky, reaching their maximum height of 2218 mt above sea level with Cima Valdritta and its minimum height of 65 mt on Lake Garda.

Known as “the botanic garden of Europe” thanks to its reach flora, Mount Baldo features different climatic zones, each of them inhabited by a wide variety of birds and small mammals such as golden eagles, kestrels, capercaillies, deers, chamoises, foxes and stoats. It is particularly suitable for those who love active holidays and enjoy practicing sports, such as skiing during winter and hiking during summer.

If you want to get the most out of your holiday, do not forget to take the cable car that leads to the top of Mount Baldo from where you can enjoy a breathtaking view over the lake. Find out more about tariffs and timetables at:
www.funiviedelbaldo.it

Historic centre of Verona

Verona

The city of Verona has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its urban structure and architecture that boast ancient monuments, the remains of medieval and Roman buildings, Venetian marks that will fill you with wonder.

With its many facets, Verona enchants all visitors who come and visit it. Discover its wonderful artistic and architectural treasures, take a walk in the alleys of the historic centre that has nothing to envy to the other great capital cities and let yourself be charmed by this elegant and romantic city.

Culture, art, nature and gastronomy make Verona a real paradise to discover. If you would like to have more information about this amazing location, you can find it on: www.turismoverona.eu

Valpolicella

Valpolicella

Well known by the Romans for its fine wines Recioto and Valpolicella Classico, Valpolicella has become famous for what can be rightly defined as “the nectar of the gods”: Amarone, a dry and bitter wine.

The heart of the production is located in the Valpolicella Classica which includes the municipalities of Marano, Fumane, Negrar, Sant’Ambrogio and San Pietro in Cariano. However, this region is known not only for its wine, but also for the local products such as honey, cheese and black truffle from Lessinia; cold cuts, olive oil, cherries, peaches and kiwi fruits from Valpolicella.

If gastronomy is not your thing, then let yourself soak up the elegance of the historic villas and the ancient churches that are signs of the richness of the lords who once inhabited the region. Breathtaking views and landscapes, nature trails and much more will make you discover the beauties of the territory. To have more information on the region, the wineries and the activities that you can do in Valpolicella, please go on: www.valpolicellaweb.it

Attractions

Attrazioni

Many attractions are within easy reach of Agriturismo Al Colle, including theme parks, aquatic parks, tennis courts and golf courses, thermal baths and much more for an unforgettable holiday with great fun.

Here you have a short list of the most famous parks:

• Gardaland – Castelnuovo del Garda
• Movieland Park e Caneva Aquapark – Lazise
• Parco Natura Viva – Bussolengo
• Cavour – Valeggio sul Mincio
• Parco Giardino Sigurtà – Valeggio sul Mincio
• Parco termale Aquardens – Santa Lucia di Pescantina
• Riovalli – Cavaion Veronese