Lake Garda Islands: what you need to know


Lake Garda Islands: what you need to know

Lake Garda

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Lake Garda, located in Northern Italy, is the largest lake in the country and is renowned for its stunning beauty and idyllic surroundings. One of the most popular attractions on the lake are its many islands, each of which offers a unique experience for visitors. In this article, we'll explore the different islands of Lake Garda and how to visit them.

Isola del Garda

Isola del Garda is perhaps the most famous of the islands on Lake Garda. This stunning island is located in the middle of the lake near San Felice del Benaco. It is home to the magnificent Villa Borghese and its beautiful gardens. To visit Isola del Garda, you can take a boat transfer from various towns around the lake, including a guided tour inside the villa. Discover this tour and visit here.

Isola dei Conigli

Isola dei Conigli, or Rabbit Island, is a small island located on the southeastern part of Lake Garda, near Manerba del Garda. The island is home to a small community of rabbits, which roam free on the island. To visit Isola dei Conigli, you can take our special boat transfer from the town of San Felice del Benaco. 

Isola del Trimelone

Isola del Trimelone is a small island located on the east part of Lake Garda. The island is home to a ruined fortress and is a popular spot for hiking and birdwatching. To visit Isola del Trimelone, you can take a boat from the town of Brenzone.

When planning your visit to the Lake Garda islands, be sure to check the boat schedules, as they may vary depending on the time of year. Also, it's a good idea to wear comfortable shoes, as some of the islands require a bit of walking to explore.

From the stunning gardens of Isola del Garda to the tiny rabbits on Isola dei Conigli, each island has its own charm and beauty. So, be sure to add a visit to the Lake Garda islands to your travel itinerary and prepare to be amazed by the natural beauty and history of this stunning region.

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