Enjoy wonderful sights and activities from your holiday home
Bardolino is famous for its vineyards that produce some of the finest wines in the world. Rent a holiday home on Lake Garda with splendid views of the Italian lakes and easy access to popular attractions. The area is child-friendly and many families travel with kids in tow. Whilst the Wine Museum and vineyards may not appeal to a young audience, the playground located in the centre of Bardolino will keep them entertained. Gardaland just outside of town is an amusement park with rides and family shows. Nearby is a water park that will bound of excite the little ones. In addition, you can drive to the Safari Park on Lake Garda, or visit Lazise for mini-golf, slides and bouncy castles.
Reconnect with history and rent a superb holiday apartment in Bardolino
The seaside resort of Bardolino is on the east bank of Lake Garda, a charming town steeped with history. Walk through its quaint streets, visit churches and the 14th-century castle. From your holiday home, there are several towns in the vicinity that are worth more than a cursory glance on the map. Trentino, for example, in northern Italy is a mountainous region with a history deeply rooted in the Middle Ages. Tour the Buonconsiglio Castle that was once the seat of the prince-bishops. Don’t forget the Piazza Duomo, a charming square and the beautiful Cattedrale di San Vigilio. Forte Belvedere is a great opportunity to take a journey through history with its massive labyrinth and haunting memorabilia from both world wars.
The best time to book a holiday apartment
The area enjoys mild weather throughout the year. A lot depends on the type of holiday you are seeking if you are wondering when is the best time to visit Bardolino. May/June is recommended if you want to avoid big crowds. Summer is the most popular period to book a holiday apartment or flat as temperatures soar, so travellers and locals will be racing to the lake to cool off.
This is how holiday rental owners described Bardolino
Surrounded by morainic hills covered with olive trees, cypresses, oleanders and vines, he is famous throughout the world also for the red and rosé ...
show more wines that bear his name. The old town, dominated by the bell tower of the Church of San Severo, consists of a network of squares and streets full of history and restaurants, pizzerias, ice cream bars, shops open until late at night.
The enchanting landscapes of the whole hinterland, the possibility of bathing in different beaches, the endless possibilities for sports and entertainment, the proximity to the art cities of Verona, Mantua, Venice, satisfy both, adults and children, who may choose to enjoy either a relaxing stay either an active holiday full of movement and recreation.