Camping Holidays in Lake Garda & Lake Idro

At a Glance

Visiting Lake Garda & Lake Idro

Beautiful Lake Garda has attracted visitors for hundreds of years. It’s tempting to spend your days eating gelato, enjoying the amazing views, but there are gorgeous sights to see and exploring to do.

Spend your days out in the national parks, and then tuck in to seafood, pizza, pasta and the local wine. Visit picturesque villages like Brescia, Moniga and Peschiera, and iconic cities such as Verona, Milan and Venice; all are easily accessible from our Eurocamp parcs. Or are you looking for a more laid back holiday? Just across the mountains from Lake Garda, unspoilt Lake Idro offers stunning mountain scenery, watersports and an authentic Italian vibe. So pick your lake, and get your Italian holiday started!

Italian pasta, Taste The Italian Lakes

Taste Lake Garda

Delicious pizzas and pasta are more or less guaranteed on a holiday in Lake Garda. But don’t forget that in this region, it’s all about the lakes and the fish too. Seafood lovers will be spoilt for choice when dining out. Make sure you try the local sun-dried fish, which is a regional speciality.

Local wines provide the ideal accompaniment to your meal but if you want to try something a little different, try Aperol Spritz - you can’t miss its distinctive orange glow. And for dessert? Ice cream of course! There are hundreds of different flavours that you can work your way through on your Lake Garda holiday.

Feel Lake Garda

There’s plenty of ways to get an authentic feel of this region. Feel the sun on your face and the wind in your hair as you cruise across the waters, smell the mouth-watering aroma of the local dishes, revel in the idyllic silence as you hike through the Lake Idro Valley or experience the thrill of glimpsing Venice as the sun sets.

Adventure-seekers – gasp as you jump into the clear, cool water of the lakes, scream as you descend from the top of the white-knuckle Raptor ride and after all that, relax with a glass of delicious Bardolino wine with your family and friends.

Salo, Lake Garda

Explore Lake Garda

Hop into your motorboat (hired of course) and take a tour around the glorious lake to truly discover what this iconic region has to offer travellers. If you prefer to stay on land, you can take a cycling trip or wander on foot through picturesque towns and villages where you can admire the elegant houses of the rich and famous.

Blessed with a beautiful climate and picturesque views wherever you turn, book a holiday to Lake Garda to enjoy a blissfully idyllic break in the sun.

top 5 regional highlights and things to see
Gardaland

Gardaland

Italy’s largest theme park has white knuckle rides such as ‘Space Vertigo’ and ‘Magic Mountain’ for those who like extreme thrills. Those of a more nervous disposition can try the river rapids or experience the 4D Ice Age show. There is also a fabulous aquarium.

Garda boat trips

Garda boat trips

Whether you choose a leisurely cruise or opt for a speedier hydrofoil or catamaran, a boat trip provides a different perspective on the lakes and mountains access to lots of hidden gems.

Desenzano del Garda

Desenzano del Garda

This is Lake Garda’s biggest town and is still beautifully unspoilt. The picturesque Piazza Malvezzi, imposing cathedral and delightful Old Quarter are well worth exploring and the pretty harbour is a great place to relax and soak in the atmosphere.

Arena di Verona

Arena di Verona

A must of any holiday to Lake Garda and the surrounding Italian Lakes regions. Even if you don’t manage to get tickets to the opera, you can still appreciate this wonderful amphitheatre large enough to hold 15,000 people.

Verona

Verona

This beautiful, medieval city is packed full of elegant architecture and impressive Roman remains. Try and get tickets for the opera, held in the Roman Arena built in the first century AD. Don’t leave without visiting Casa di Giulietta on Via Cappello – the setting for the balcony scene in Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet.