Mediterranean Lake Garda
With its clear, clean and warm water, sunny beaches, mild climate and Mediterranean vegetation, Lake Garda is like a small sea set between the last spurs of the Alps and the Lombardy plain. Lake Garda has been a favoured spot since Roman times and has been lauded by poets and writers through the ages, for example Catullus, Goethe, D.H.Lawrence, Ibsen, Joyce and D'Annunzio
Salò is the jewel of Lake Garda. Set in its own bay, this elegant town has a new marina and a beautiful lakeside promenade along the lenght of the whole town. The town hall, on the lakeside in the pedestrian area of the town, dates back to the 14th century. It's a beautiful old building with loggia underneath and many original frescoes inside. It is the perfect location for marvellous photos.
Sirmione, famous since antiquity for its generous thermal waters, stretches along a thin peninsula that protrudes into Lake Garda for about 4 km. It’s one of the most beautiful places of the lake, from which one can enjoy the splendid views of both shores: the villas arose since roman times, including poet Catullo’s one, who celebrated the beauty of these places in his verses. Nature and history: from Scaliger Castle to the archaeological site, located on the end of the peninsula, Sirmione contains matchless treasures of art and history.
Sirmione offers to the future couple, five unique paradise locations to celebrate your wedding. Parco Tomelleri, a window on lake Garda immersed in olive trees, Parco Callas, the green heart of Sirmione, Spiaggia delle Muse, a beach only a few steps from the castle between the blue of the lake and the white stones of the shore, Piazzale Orti Manara, a location between nature and history. And the town hall Palazzo Callas, elegant and chic in the old town.
Sirmione is the ideal place where to say "I do", thanks to the magic that offers everyday, to the Castle, to the old town, to its green parks and the extraordinary blue of the lake.
The exchange of rings in this land of poets will be unique and unforgettable.