Garda Lake with its unique beauty enriched with impressive ancient places that are of historic importance. A subsequent breathtaking set of images that exalt the fascination of this extraordinary and changeable scenaries: its coasts studded with small hamlets and villages, its limpid waters, its sun-drenched beaches, its mild climate, its vegetation full of vines, citrus fruits and oleanders. Ever since time began this has been a place of inspiration for travellers and writers, amongst those who have stayed are Virgilio, Dante, Goethe, D’Annunzio, Joyce… all contributing with their masterpieces to the immortality and marvels of this bewitching scenes.

Travel and Holiday Trip in Hotel Malcesine Garda Lake. Malcesine, is a most picturesque resort. In the mainly pedestrianised old town, narrow cobbled streets teeming with shops, bars, cafès and restaurants leads up from the lakeside, past shady squares to the third century castle which towers above the lake on a sheer rock face. During season on the castle music concerts are performed. The lively weekly market on Saturday is not to be missed. The long promenades with shingle beaches are idyllic spot for lake bathing and watersports: sailing, water skiing, windsurfing, but also tennis, minigolf, paragliding and mountain bike are possibles. Malcesine also onjoys scenic mountain backdrops, take the panoramic cable car to the top of Monte Baldo (1800/2118) “The Botanical Garden of Italy” for superb views, an abundance of walks and beautiful nature.

Malcesine is an enchanting place where time is stopped. It’s a medieval village near Verona, collocated between a beautiful mountain (Monte Baldo) and the striking Garda Lake. In Malcesine you can visit a lot of interesting buildings: the ‘Castello Scaligero’, the ‘Palazzo dei capitani’ and a lot of characteristic Churces and streets.

To lie down in the lake’s stillness, means to be in perfect armony with the world nature and himself. Malcesine and Garda Lake are magic places: after an holiday in this site, you’ll bring with you a lot of unforgettable images and emotions. For ever.

"This evening I could have already been in Verona, but just a short distance away there was this magnificent spectacle of nature, this delightful tableau that is Lake Garda, and I did not want to forego this opportunity; I find myself generously rewarded for having extended my journey” (Goethe, from "Tagebuch")