a unique area for those who love open-air sports
Garda Trentino is a truly unique area for those who love open-air sports: trekking, mountain biking, canyoning and even sailing and windsurfing are among the most popular sports.
Are you a keen free climber?
Well you’re in the right place!
The town of Arco is famous for its cliffs and the popular annual Rock Master climbing competition: an international event that attracts climbers from all over the world.
The Melograno farmhouse is located just 2 kilometres from the famous Laghel and Massone cliff faces, which some of you climbers will already know of.
You can explore the Garda Trentino mountains by foot with dozens of unmissable trekking itineraries, starting from the summit of Monte Colodri to the foot of the Castle, right up to the peaks of Monte Stivo or Monte Altissimo.
We love a good walk too: ask us for advice.
Garda Trentino’s mountain biking paths boast some of the very best panoramic views over the whole of Lake Garda; the area is very well equipped for mountain bikers.
Here, most paths are safe and signposted and you will find bike stations throughout the area, lots of shops and bike-friendly buildings.
This doesn’t even include the huge network of cycle paths that link Arco to Dro, Torbole, Riva del Garda, Vallagarina and even Limone! A true paradise for those who love two-wheel travel.
sailing & windsurfing
You will have a great time putting your skills to the test on the crest of a wave formed by Lake Garda’s famous winds: Ora and Pelèr.
In fact, world champions in sailing and windsurfing train here, taking part in challenging competitions and regattas throughout most of the year.
for couples, for families
The Lake is a magical place with old villages and castles on the water, small restaurants with views that overlook the lake and magnificent sunsets. If you’re travelling as a couple, we recommend that you visit the historic town centre of Arco; take a walk through the medieval village and climb up to the Castle. For us, other unmissable areas include the Canale di Tenno, one of the most beautiful villages in Italy, the stunning areas of Limone and Malcesine, which are perfect for boat trips or excursions further south, the magnificent Isola del Garda and Punta San Vigilio.
Many of our guests love life out in the open air. If you’re travelling as a family, you will love just how close cycle paths that help you to reach the beaches of Torbole and Riva del Garda by bike really are. When you reach the shores of the lake, stop by the Sabbioni or Pini beaches, which are perfect for children, with playgrounds, sandboxes, shaded areas, bars and other services. During your holiday, don’t forget to take a trip to Gardaland, Caneva Aquapark, the Varone Waterfalls or Sea Life if it’s raining.
We are located just a few kilometres from the banks of the river and are close to the Adamello Brenta Natural Park in Trentino, the Alto Garda Bresciano Park in the West and the Monte Baldo Local Nature Park in the East. In terms of nature, the area is very rich indeed, surrounded by small Alpine lakes, such as Lake Tenno, Lake Toblino and Lake Ledro, the widest with beautiful woodland and crisp valleys. Heaven for any rambler!