Our Best Campsites In Lake Garda
Campsite Bella Italia is a bustling site with all of the facilities you could wish for, including a lagoon-style pool and three small water slides, surrounded by a large terrace, and a poolside bar.
Campsite Europa Silvella enjoys a prime location on the banks of Lake Garda and is perfect for combining a relaxing time onsite enjoying the wonderful pool complex with day of sightseeing around the local area.
Campsite Village San Francesco sits on the southern banks of glorious Lake Garda, close to the Sirmione peninsula, and offers a superb pool complex, comprising two pools including a separate pool for children and a fantastic splash park.
Campsite Eden is something special. Set in a series of steep terraces, many of our grassy emplacements offer uninterrupted views over the sparkling lake. The lakeside beach and jetty are ideal for swimming, windsurfing or canoeing, and children will love the small water slide at the pool complex.
Things to do when camping in Lake Garda
If you’re taking a camping holiday in Lake Garda, be sure to visit the beautiful and romantic city of Verona. Operas are staged in the Arena di Verona, one of the best-preserved Roman amphitheatres in the world, and the forum has become the Piazza delle Erbe, a rich confection of Medieval and Renaissance buildings.
Gardaland is Italy’s largest magical theme park, located to the south of Lake Garda and close to many of our campsites. The theme park is set out in realms of history, geography, space and fantasy, and has many exhilarating rides: from the Blue Tornado to the Sequoia Adventure.
The local tourist board claims Lake Garda to be the “best bike resort in Europe”. With hundreds of miles of excellent trails heading into the craggy peaks that surround the water, we find it difficult to disagree.
As if Lake Garda isn’t breathtaking enough from the water’s edge, take a ride on the cable car to experience the stunning views from the top of Monte Baldo. Be prepared for the cabin to turn through 360 degrees as it reaches the upper sections of the route.
The spa town of Sirmione stands on a peninsula at the southern end of Lake Garda. As well as mud baths and massages, you can visit the moated castle, take ferry trips to other towns around the lake, or just enjoy the shops – especially the amazing gelato stores… The Grotte di Catullo is a vast ruined Roman villa, named after the poet Catullus.
A simple building set in an olive grove, the San Pietro church is believed to be one of the oldest places of worship in the area, and contains some beautiful 13th and 14th century frescoes. Visit the famous walled lemon houses and buy a bottle of the local cold-pressed olive oil to take home.