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"How I wish my friends beside me for a moment that they could look forward to the prospect that lies before me"
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

The Gulf of Garda is a jewel characterized by its deep blue colour and its unique Mediterranean vegetation. In the north of the gulf, the Monte Luppia plunges into the water to form the marvellous “Punta San Vigilio”, an obligatory stop for celebrities who spend their holidays on the Garda Lake. To the south the bay is enclosed by the “Colle della Rocca”. A path leads up to the top of the hill, from where you can enjoy a breathtaking view. On the “Rocca” in the Middle Ages there was the Castle of Garda, which gave the entire lake its name.

Garda is a popular holiday resort. In the streets of the old town, once inhabited by fishermen, there are numerous shops and restaurants.
The fishing tradition is still alive. If you sit at a bar on the beautiful promenade, you can watch the bustle of the fishermen who bring to land the caught fish,
the basis of the typical local cuisine.
The most delicious and precious fishes are the carp (very rare), the pike (especially tasty with sauce), the trout and the tench. The most common fishes are the whitefish and the sardines, all cooked in various ways. The olive oil from Garda and the fine wines of our region are the main ingredients.
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