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Holiday Homes in Italy's guide to the regions of Lake Garda

The largest and most popular of the Italian lakes, Lake garda offers a landscape of contrasts, from the towering mountains of the north to the sun-soaked shores of the south, historic centres, crystal clear water and exciting theme parks.

Explore the pretty and popular waterfront towns Sirmone, Gardone and Malcesine. Head to Gardaland for fun and thrills. Limone is one of the most picturesque towns while Riva del Garda is a great base for exploring the mountainous north.

Wherever your ideal destination, you're bound to find the perfect holiday in this beautiful and varied region. Explore the guides below for a more detailed overview of each town and area or pick up the phone to talk with one of our team of experts.

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A gem of a town with pretty cobbled streets opening up to a delightful marinal filled with shops, cafes and restaurants

A charming medieval town with picturesque coloured little houses and lovely old town leading to a stylish tree lined waters edge

The largest theme park in Italy with an amazing array of rides both wet and dry and its famous delightful sea life centre

The elegant and quaint "garden Village" with its flower and tree lined promenade at the pretty waters edge

Set beside a delightful tree lined pebbly beach leading to an attractive array of waters edge eateries, small boutiques

Dominated by its charming castle this gorgeous small medieval hamlet on Lake Garda has meandering cobbled lanes to explore

A charming town, dominated by its fortress, has a wealth of history to explore but remains a pretty spot for eating and shopping

This bustling jewel of the lake with its shoreline dotted palm, olive and bay trees, boasting some stunning bays and ports to explore

This historic centre with a lively and bustling heart, the gateway to the "lemon coast" has the prettiest of lakefronts to take a stroll along

This elegant town leading out to its 13th century castle renowned for its thermal spas and some of the prettiest beaches in the region

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