Gargnano, Lake Garda

Considered the capital of the Vela Gardesana, Gargnano is one of the municipalities where citrus fruits were once grown, but is also known for its caper production.

The municipality is located in the heart of the Alto Garda Park and, for this reason, the hinterland is mountainous and predominantly wooded.

Curiosity: The name of the town first appears in an ancient document, dating back to 937, as 'Garniano'.

Gargnano in pills

distinctive features

• Limonaia “La Malora”
• Villa Bettoni
• Eremo di San Valentino

top beaches

• Spiaggia Fontanella
• Spiaggia Corno
• Spiaggia Castello

main events

• La Centomiglia
• Il Giardino di Delizia

weekly market

• Wednesday

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