Nearest Lake: Direct Access
Nearest Town: Bardolino 1.5km
- Garda: 3km
- Peschièra del Garda: 24km
- Sirmione: 34km
- Verona: 36km
- San Felice del Benaco: 55km
- Brescia: 66km
Take a stroll into Bardolino and explore the picturesque old town. Catch a ferry to Sirmione from the harbour here, or visit the Museo del Vino to see how Bardolino wine is made, then sit back and relax in one of the many bars and restaurants.
Don't forget your swimming costume! Just 10km away is the brilliant Caneva AquaPark, with thrilling waterslides set on a tropical island with waves, sand, palm trees and a village in the shade of a great volcano! When you are ready to get out of the water, step onto set at Caneva Movieland. With Police Academy, Horror House, Wild West, Flashdance - there are shows and rides for everyone.
Verona is one of Italy's loveliest cities. Famous as the setting of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, the city boasts beautiful architecture, smart shops and a 1st century Roman amphitheater which is still used for concerts and an annual opera festival.
This little olive oil museum is a must see for all foodies! Explore the history and production of olive oil, then browse and sample the wide range of oils, vinegars and olives available in the shop.
For exhilarating rides and extreme roller coasters take the short drive down to Gardaland where Obilivon, Raptor and Space Vertigo will keep your adrenaline levels high! Its one of the best amusement parks in Europe and makes for a great family day out. There is even a great Sea Life Aquarium with sharks and underwater tunnels.
Events in the Region
In the city of Monza, just north of Milan, you'll find the Autodromo, home to the Italian Grand Prix, one of the season's most cherished and evocative races. Monza, the Temple of Speed, is the quickest circuit on the Formula 1 calendar, guaranteeing some spectacular racing.
This annual festival celebrates the local cuisine and traditions of the town. Enjoy the gastronomic delights of Valeggio sul Mincio's tortellini, washed down with a nice glass of Bardolino wine, while listening to live music in the open air. The chocolate tortellini is not to be missed!
This great annual wine festival in Bardolino celebrates the maturation and distribution of the new Bardolino wine. It's held over five days at the end of September / early October and is a very popular event. Enjoy the colourful food fair, entertainment, music, fireworks and of course, the wine tasting!
Off Parc Activities
If you feel like getting out and about whilst on holiday, the following activities are available in the local area:
|Golf||5 km from site|
|Horse Riding||10.6 km from site|
|Karting||11 km from site|
|Boat trips||1.5 km from site|
|Adventure Course||15 km from site|
|Scuba Diving||9.7 km from site|
|Windsurfing||1 km from site|