Site no: IL031
Ever wondered why Lake Garda is regarded as the most beautiful of the Italian Lakes? Discover its pretty waterfront villages, dramatic mountains and sandy coves for yourself and you might just agree.
The landscape close to shore has all the allure of the Mediterranean, yet somehow the pace is gentler, and the sun is kinder. In the north, mountains rise steeply from the water forming the sunny southern foothills of the Alps. The cuisine around Lake Garda is a mixture of Italian and German influences, hearty fare with the emphasis on simple ingredients cooked with precision. Our lakeside location couldn't be better - Sirmione, the pearl of Garda, is an enchanting, fortified town where every street is even more evocative than the last. For the sporty, Garda Village has its own 'animation' team, not to bring out the cartoonist in you, but to get you animated! So, if you've ever fancied volleyball, canoeing or windsurfing, now's your chance. Then again, lying by the pool must count as a spectator sport at least (you’ll have to wear swimming hats at this pool – parc rules!) Or, you could take a relaxing stroll to the village's private slice of safe, sandy beach.
The following facilities are available:
Some facilities remain closed in low season, please check at the time of booking if there is an activity or facility which is key for your holiday.
01/05/2014 - 30/09/2014
Our apartment resorts offer varied accommodation, from studios, cabins and apartments to houses and bungalows - ideal for larger groups, right up to luxurious villas, whatever accommodation you choose, there is no compromise on quality or comfort.
Details of accommodation which can found on this resort is listed below. Use the search form to check availability of accommodation for your chosen holiday dates.
Number of apartments: 455
Getting to mainland Europe is now easier than ever before, thanks to the Eurotunnel and a vast choice of ferry crossings and many of our parcs are conveniently located close to airports serviced by low-cost airlines, which means you can be on holiday in no time at all.
At Eurocamp we believe in making our holiday parcs not only easy to enjoy, but also simple to get to. So whether you decide to self drive or fly drive, we'll help to make sure your journey is as hassle-free as possible.
Getting to mainland Europe is now easier than ever before with a vast choice of self drive or fly drive options.
Our guide to driving abroad is full of useful tips to help make your journey as smooth as possible.
Whether we’re helping to arrange your flights for you or not, we can help you find a super deal on car hire, because we’re great mates with Europcar. You’ll even be able to pick up your wheels up from the airport or large train stations
Why not pre-book your airport parking for peace of mind?
Break up a long journey with a stopover at one or more Eurocamp parcs, and benefit from the fantastic facilities you expect from a Eurocamp holiday.
Eurocamp can arrange overnight stops at a wide range of hotels across Europe to suit various budgets.
The following activities are available:
Fresh water fishing
A permit is required
Open 15/05/2014 - 13/09/2014
At a charge.
Eurocamp kids clubs do not operate on this parc, however there are activities which are organised by the parc themselves, which you can take advantage of whilst on holiday.
The resort animation team will entertain your children with a programme of sporting activities, parties, team games, and entertainment such such as karaoke, musicals etc.
The following local attractions are available:
There are some fantastic towns around the southern shore of the lake, all offering their own amazing views of the lake and some really amazing bars and restaurants. For family fun, Gardaland is close by, and just a train ride away is Venice and also Verona - absolute must-see cities while you're here. Closer to resort, you have direct access to a private sandy beach.
Gardaland is the largest amusement park in Italy and one of the largest in Europe . It offers its visitors no less than 11 different shows each day and 5 themed restaurants. The Park has rides for the courageous such as Blue Tornado, Space Vertigo and Magic Mountain or you could discover the ruins of an ancient oriental temple on board a rubber dinghy, or visit Fantasy Kingdom for the children.
Parco Natura Viva is a park split into two - Faunistic park and Safari park. The Faunistic Park features wild animals from European forests and other forestry animals of the world including wolves, wild boar, and pumas. The Safari park includes the big wild animals of Africa such as lions, leopards and elephants. There is also a Botanic garden to explore along with a Dinosaur park.
Largest water amusement park in Italy. There are different shows everyday. The park includes - aqua park, amusement park, large waterslides, aqua gym. There is also a boating lake. Restaurants, bars, ice cream parlours, shops, pizzeria.
The museum was inaugurated in 1990. It displays the finds of a peat bog near Desenzano. In addition to ceramics, flint arrowheads, weapons and utensils, there is a large oak plough from around 2000 BC.
Between cypress, thuya-trees and centuries old beech-trees has been discovered a thermal source which transformed a splendid park to a place of joy - where you can find your well being in the embrace of the warm thermal water. There is also the Aesthetic centre where body and face treatments are provided using products from the 'Thermal Park Garda'.
Enzo Ferrari was born in Modena on 18 February 1898. Just south of here is Maranello the present headquarters of Ferrari. Galleria Ferrari built in 1988 is just around the corner from the factory. Unofficially known as the 'Temple of the Red Road Gods' this modern two-storey building holds exhibits of both racing and road cars. The museum contains books and other memorabilia including hand built die cast models of various Ferraris.
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Dogs are not allowed on this site.
End of stay cleaning, bed linen and towels, air conditioning and free parking. Prices DO NOT include refundable security deposit and tourist tax which are payable in resort
Please note: We don’t have our own couriers in resort, but the staff at reception are friendly and helpful and will be able to advise you on any queries you may have
Board basis: Self-catering
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