A Bike Holiday on Lake Garda guarantees cultural highlights & lots of Dolce Vita
Not only the ice cream around Lake Garda is sweet! The fragrant flowers along the side roads and the fresh lake breeze please the guests whilst on a bike tour by Lake Garda. Between Trento and Verona there are dreamy villages waiting for you to cycle through. Riva, Torbole, Valegiio and Sirmione are only a selection of places that are inviting you to stop. With its huge variety there is a good place for everyone to stop and take a rest. Whether it’s more the culture in Verona’s old town or the magnificent wine from the region around Lake Garda that is your kind of thing - enjoyment is out there, turning your bike holiday into a dream trip.
Mountain Panoramas and a Lake View - A Cycling Holiday on lake Garda has many facets
Behind you is the imposing mountain panorama and in front of you the seemingly never-ending sparkling water surface. Lake Garda’s surroundings are so impressive. Vineyards stretching further than the eye can see and picturesque little towns embedded within the scenery. They appear to be the connection between the water and the land. Their quaint little streets, often too small for cars, are therefore pleasantly quiet – invite you to discover and hold onto your memories from the bike tour. You’ll have to pick your favourite holiday moment yourself: maybe it is the arena in Verona? Or the panorama view from Monte Baldo across Lake Garda? Or maybe that picture of you in the middle of the nature?
Celebrate the sweet life at Lake Garda in Italy: the Country of Enjoyment
There is one thing that shouldn’t be missing on your bike tour in the region around Lake Garda: the wine. A glass of good wine perfects every meal but with the regions many different types of grapes and various flavours we can hear you saying: Can you give us a few recommendations? Of course:
- Valpolicella wines, with their slightly nutty flavours, are ideal with fish and risotto in the summer months
- The ruby red Bardolino captivates with its light almond hints and is usually not left to mature for so long
- The ‘lugana’ grapes are grown in the area south of Lake Garda and result in a very fine white wine, which smells of roses
All of these varieties as well as others are cultivated in the fruitful region around Lake Garda, which you will discover on a Eurobike bike tour.