Camping in Lake Garda often feels like an otherworldly experience. Visiting our parks on the largest and arguably most picturesque lake in Italy means journeying to an Italian region many Italians themselves relish visiting each year, such is it's magnetic appeal. 

You won't need to spend much time here to see why the destination is much loved by locals and travellers alike, with the majority of our holiday parks concentrated around the welcoming, family-friendly towns of Bardolino, Peschiera and Sirmione. 

Fans of all things wine will enjoy the opportunity to visit the renowned vineyards south of the lake, while the lake itself offers plenty of sports and watersports activities for the young and young at heart. 


Serene lakeside views
Cafe culture


Hidden Gem: Tower of San Martino

This 74 metre high tower offers fantastic panoramic views of Lake Garda. Each of the 8 floors showcase paintings of Italy’s great battles for independence.

Old Favourite: Desenzano del Garda

This stunning town never fails to delight with wonderful food markets every Tuesday offering local produce. Pop in to enjoy some fantastic treats at great value.

Local Cuisine: Local Cheeses

Lake Garda is located in one of the largest cheese-making regions in Italy. Marscarpone, gorgonzola, Taleggio and Grana Padano all call the Lombardy region their home.

See & Do: Gardaland

Gardaland is one of Europe's largest theme parks and it's a short drive away with rides and shows for all the family. You can also try nearby Caneva World Waterpark for more thrills and spills.

Festivals & Events: Tortellini Valeggio

On the bridge of Borghetto once a year in June, six thousand people join for an incredible feast to celebrate the Tortellini Valeggio that the town is famous for. The enormous table stretches over 650 metres!

Beaches & Lakes: Lake Garda

The Italian Lakes offer unforgettable scenery. It's a mix of fishing ports and pretty resorts set to a backdrop of pristine mountains and wilderness. Lake Garda absorbs the sun's rays and a ring of mountains stores the heat.


Where is Lake Garda?

Placed at the middle point between Venice and Milan, Lake Garda is a natural lake and a natural treasure of Italy to the north of the country. The lake spans across the regions of Lombardy, Veneto and Trentino-Alto Adige.

What's the weather like in Lake Garda?

Lake Garda isn't only nice to look at, as it also has the ability to physically change the climate around the lake. Milder and sunnier than would usually be expected for a region in the north of the country, taking a trip to Lake Garda in summer sees temperatures rarely fall below a pleasant 25 degrees. 

What is the closest airport to Lake Garda?

The nearest airports to Lake Garda are found in Verona, including Verona Brescia and Valerio Catullo airport, the latter of which being only half an hour from our parks on the south east corner of the lake. 

Things to do in Lake Garda?

Lake Garda holidays can be as relaxed and action-packed as you like. Watersports enthusiasts will relish the variety on offer here, with the unique winds of the area allowing for great surfing, kite surfing and wind surfing conditions, while historical sights including Rocca Scaligera's harbour fortress in Sirmione provide plenty to do away from more active pursuits.