An Italian Lake Paradise

The quiet side of Lake Garda

Holiday Highlights

Your retreat | The delightful town of Gargnano and the relaxing spaces of your hotel.
The food | Lake-caught fish, mountain cheeses, lemons, and olives from local groves.
The ease | With which you can reach Alpine pastures and sublime mountain scenery.
The cultural mix | Of lakeside villas, medieval settlements, and Roman remains.
An Italian Lake Paradise. 7 nights
An Italian Lake Paradise. 7 nights

Holiday information


A single-centre walking holiday on Lake Garda

The charming little town of Gargnano makes an ideal base for a leisurely, single-centre walking holiday. It’s home to the excellent, family-run Hotel Gardenia, and is situated on Lake Garda’s quiet, western shores – away from the bustle but with easy access to many inviting walking and sightseeing options.
It was as beautiful as paradise,” wrote D.H. Lawrence, as he gazed onto Lake Garda from the terraced hillsides above Gargnano, the small waterfront town that would be his creative haven from 1912 to 1913.

Over a century later, Gargnano remains an inspiring place to stay, with historic villas, handsome churches and twisty medieval passageways that wind down to a pretty harbour. It is one of the lake’s most authentic destinations, separated from the busier shores and home to hundreds of ancient lemon ‘houses’: unique structures which once sheltered Garda’s precious citrus fruit, before production drifted south to Amalfi following the unification of Italy in the mid-19th century.

Despite its quiet location, Gargnano makes an excellent base for exploring: there is a good choice of leisurely walking trails nearby – leading through atmospheric valleys, unspoiled villages and to the elegant Gardone Riviera – and the frequent ferries that criss-cross Garda’s vast waters make harbour-hopping a real pleasure (included in your stay is a guest card entitling you to discounted local travel).

Each shoreline has something different to offer: sophisticated Riva del Garda awaits in the fjord-like north, while the south is mellow and Mediterranean, home to the luxuriant isle of Isola del Garda. You’ll have ample time to linger over all the lake’s treasures on this relaxed break, before retreating at the end of each day to the calm of Gargnano, where you stay by the water’s edge at the characterful, family-run Hotel Gardenia.



The key to Inntravel holidays is flexibility. You can start on the day of your choice, and are free to add extra nights. There’s no fixed itinerary, so take your pick of our suggested walking routes and sightseeing options as the mood takes you.
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  • An introduction
    Lake Garda’s quiet western shores offer an excellent variety of relaxed walking routes. We provide notes for four trails close to Gargnano, as well as the classic Monte Baldo route on the opposite shore. We also suggest a number of rewarding sightseeing tours, including to the celebrated towns of Riva del Garda and Sirmione. You should pay locally for all transport and visits, using your included guest card for discounts where applicable.
  • Choice of routes: 7km to 11.5km

    Gargnano town (grade 1): 9km, 3hrs; ascent/descent 200m
    The quiet charm of your unspoiled lakeside base convinced D.H. Lawrence to upgrade his day trip to a stay of seven months’ duration; you won’t need quite that long to tour the main sights, but there’s certainly more to Gargnano than first appears. Highlights of our route include visits to Limonaia La Malora – a centuries-old lemon ‘house’ which uses traditional cultivation methods and is the last of its kind in the area – and to Villa Bettoni, the imposing Neoclassical mansion noted for its monumental gardens and resemblance to Vienna’s vast Schönbrunn Palace. We also take in the former convent of St. Francis with its ancient carvings and Roman relics; pass the Palazzo Feltrinelli, used by Mussolini as his headquarters during the last two years of World War II; and explore Gargnano’s pretty marina with its impressive town hall and tight cluster of pastel-hued buildings, several of whose façades still hold the cannonballs fired during the Austrian bombardments of 1886.

    Toscana del Lago (grade 1): 10km, 3.5hrs; ascent/descent 280m
    Beginning from the door of your hotel, this easy-going route explores the gentle foothills to the south of Gargnano. After progressing through idyllic scenery to Cecina, a small medieval village of narrow, winding alleyways, you loop back to the lake via the tiny waterside hamlet of Bogliaco, known as the starting point of the Centomiglia – Italy’s longest-running sailing race, held every September.

    Toscolano Maderno & Gardone Riviera (grade 1-2): 11.5km, 4hrs; ascent/descent 500m
    Catch the local bus to nearby Toscolano to begin this route through the Valle delle Cartiere, for centuries the hub of Italy’s thriving paper industry but today a lush and peaceful valley dotted with ruined mills. Continue across the verdant slopes, walking between laurels, olives and holm oaks to reach Gardone, one of the most beautiful villages on the lake with its Art Nouveau architecture and abundant greenery. Once here, we highly recommend visiting Il Vittoriale, the sprawling and eccentric estate of poet Gabriele d’Annunzio, or the village’s superb botanical gardens. Return by boat to Gargnano.

    Tignale & Upper Garda Park (grade 1-2): 9km, 4hrs; ascent 475m/descent 440m
    Backed by lofty peaks and gazing down onto the glistening lake waters, the rural plateau of Tignale – located within the protected environment of the Upper Garda Park – makes a scenic starting point for this route. After a short bus journey up onto the plateau, you ascend through meadows, fields and pastures to the Sanctuary of Montecastello, which overlooks the lake from its spectacular cliff-top position. Your route then passes through several tiny villages where it’s well worth pausing for a traditional lunch before descending back to Gargnano by bus. For a more challenging finale, opt to return on foot – this longer route slopes slowly back to the lake across panoramic hillsides.

    Malcesine & Monte Baldo (grade 1-2): 7km, 2.5hrs; ascent/descent 220m
    This is a classic Garda walking route which involves catching a ferry or hydrofoil across the lake to Malcesine, and then taking the revolving cable car to the summit of Monte Baldo (1,780 metres). Monte Baldo has earned the name ‘Garden of Europe’ and this is particularly apt in springtime, when the slopes are covered in peonies, anemones and lilies. From the top of the cable car station, a thrilling path leads through crags and above the treeline, affording a 360-degree panorama of the lake and surrounding peaks. Towards the end of the route, you strike out along a wide-open and grassy saddle to enjoy further and far-reaching views – including of the often snow-capped Alpine peaks – before catching the cable car back down to the lakeside.
    Magnificent views from Monte Baldo
    Quiet paths around Gargnano
    Walk above the lake
    Gargnano town: 9km
    Toscana del Lago: 10km
    Toscolano Maderno and Gardone Riviera: 11.5km
    Tignale and Upper Garda Park: 9km
    Malcesine and Monte Baldo: 7km
  • Riva del Garda, Sirmione & more

    Limone & Riva del Garda
    Once the border between Italy and Austria, the lake’s northern shores are dazzling and dramatic, with narrow, fjord-like waters edged by steep-sided cliffs. From Gargnano, regular boats and buses depart north for Limone, a pretty cobbled town surrounded by citrus groves. A walk along the ‘floating’ footpath here is a must – suspended above the lake, this offers exhilarating views – before you continue north to Riva del Garda, snug beneath its amphitheatre of mountains. Riva first blossomed as a resort during the days of Austrian rule (1813-1918) and it remains a prosperous and sophisticated town, with an elegant lakefront promenade and wide array of waterside cafés. Return to Gargnano by bus or boat.

    Isola del Garda
    To the south of Gargnano lies Salò, seat of Mussolini’s Italian Social Republic during the later years of World War II. Today, the town is better known for the beautiful island anchored just off its shore: Isola del Garda. This privately-owned paradise is the home of the Borghese Cavazza family, who welcome visitors to the island – but only in guided groups so it’s vital to plan ahead and secure your place (reservations can be made here). Once on the island, you will be led around the untamed and luxuriant parkland, through the English and Italian formal gardens and – fleetingly – inside the magnificent, Venetian-style villa itself.

    Boasting one of the longest promenades on Lake Garda, Salò’s charms also make it a worthy sightseeing destination. Not only can you join the locals on their leisurely lakeside passeggiata, there’s also a patchwork of alleyways and small squares adorned with fine Venetian-style buildings to explore. Dip in and out of the many cafés, bars, and restaurants tempting you with local aperitivos and seafood dishes as you find the town’s historic hotspots – from its Roman origins, baroque palazzos, and 15th century cathedral to its past as Mussolini’s headquarters. Afterwards, you can take the scenic route back to Gargnano by boat.

    Sirmione & Desenzano
    We often hear how Gargnano delighted D.H. Lawrence, but almost 2,000 years earlier another writer was drawn to the southernmost end of the lake, where the spa town of Sirmione extends spectacularly into the waters on a narrow, two-mile-long promontory. Taking the hydrofoil from Gargnano, you will arrive in the town’s bustling harbour, guarded by the picture-book, 13th-century Scaligero Castle. From here, follow the mazy medieval streets north to the quiet of the headland, where, amid a grassy olive grove, lies the most important Roman site in northern Italy: a grand, ruined villa believed to have belonged to the lyric poet Catullus. After taking the time to look around, we recommend continuing by boat to neighbouring Desenzano, which, despite being one of the largest of the lake towns, still retains plenty of historic charm and offers a good choice of restaurants. Enjoy a late lunch by the waterside before leaving the popular southern shores behind to return by bus to tranquil Gargnano.
    Sirmione ©Brescia Tourism


Stay by the water’s edge in charming Gargnano and enjoy the best of both worlds – a peaceful base within easy reach of all of Lake Garda’s must-see sights.

Occasionally, due to availability, we may offer the Arosio family's other hotel, the Hotel du Lac, which is located on the same street and shares the same lake-side beach as the Gardenia. With just 11 rooms, the Hotel du Lac is intimate and cosy with homely furnishings, and features a lounge, a bar, and a fine terrace with lake views. You will be informed of any change to the usual hotel (along with any price implication) prior to us confirming your holiday to you.
Hotel Gardenia al Lago



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  • 7 nights: 01 April 2024 - 17 July 2024, 20 August 2024 - 06 October 2024, 01 April 2025 - 16 July 2025 & 18 August 2025 - 05 October 2025

    Start any day | End by latest date(s) shown above

    Starting Price Single room
    1 - 15 Apr 2024 £935 £295
    16 Apr - 20 May 2024 £1020 £300
    21 May - 10 Jul 2024 £1070 £295
    20 Aug - 29 Sep 2024 £1070 £295
    1 - 15 Apr 2025 £975 £310
    16 Apr - 20 May 2025 £1065 £315
    21 May - 9 Jul 2025 £1115 £310
    18 Aug - 28 Sep 2025 £1115 £0
    3rd & 4th person discount £0
    Single traveller supplement £0

    Includes accommodation, meals and services integral to the holiday as described, plus walking notes and maps, but no travel from the UK, nor any connecting travel from the airport unless stated below.

    Book your flights through us and we'll find the best route and times to suit you. Please contact us to find out more about our flight booking service. We can also book connecting travel - see below.

    7 nights: 01 April 2024 - 17 July 2024, 20 August 2024 - 06 October 2024, 01 April 2025 - 16 July 2025 & 18 August 2025 - 05 October 2025

    Start any day | End by latest date(s) shown above

    Starting Price Single room
    1 - 15 Apr 2024 £1555 £295
    16 Apr - 20 May 2024 £1640 £300
    21 May - 10 Jul 2024 £1725 £295
    20 Aug - 29 Sep 2024 £1700 £295
    1 - 15 Apr 2025 £1620 £310
    16 Apr - 20 May 2025 £1710 £315
    21 May - 9 Jul 2025 £1795 £310
    18 Aug - 28 Sep 2025 £1770 £0
    3rd & 4th person discount -£108 to -£112
    Single traveller supplement £108 to £112

    Includes all elements in the 'walk price', plus standard-class travel by Eurostar from London St Pancras to either Paris, Brussels, Amsterdam, or Lille, with onward travel as described below.

    Included travel from the UK
    Outbound: UK-Zurich** via Paris (Eurostar/TGV), approx. duration 9h. Zurich-Desenzano via Milan (Swiss/Italian rail), approx. duration 6h30, plus 1h taxi.
    Home: taxi to Desenzano (1h), Desenzano-Zurich** via Milan, approx. duration 6h30. Zurich-UK via Paris, approx. duration 8h.

    **An overnight stay in Zurich is required for this rail route, in each direction.
    The holiday price does not include overnight accommodation in Zurich but we can arrange an add-on stay in Zurich for you.

    > More about 'by rail' prices
    > The 'rail experience': what to expect

    If you book your holiday less than 6 months in advance of your travel date, seats may no longer be available at the tariffs on which our prices are based, but we may be able to offer you seats on the same services at a supplement.

  • Room upgrades (£ per person per night)

    Hotel Gardenia al Lago, Gargnano
    'Benaco' double with lake view (no twins): 01 Apr - 17 Jul 2024 £53
    'Benaco' double with lake view (no twins): 20 Aug - 06 Oct 2024 £53
    'Benaco' double with lake view (no twins): 01 Apr - 16 Jul 2025 £55
    'Benaco' double with lake view (no twins): 18 Aug - 05 Oct 2025 £55
    'Panorama' with side lake view: 01 Apr - 17 Jul 2024 £20
    'Panorama' with side lake view: 20 Aug - 06 Oct 2024 £20
    'Panorama' with side lake view: 01 Apr - 16 Jul 2025 £21
    'Panorama' with side lake view: 18 Aug - 05 Oct 2025 £21

    Extra nights (£ per person per night) in a double or single room

    Hotel Gardenia al Lago, Gargnano (B&B) Double room Single room
    01 Apr - 17 Jul 2024 £108 £161
    20 Aug - 06 Oct 2024 £108 £161
    01 Apr - 16 Jul 2025 £112 £167
    18 Aug - 05 Oct 2025 £112 £167
    Verona, Bergamo, Venice or Treviso
    As an alternative to flying, we can arrange rail travel from London

    Travelling from the UK

    Travelling from outside the UK

    If you are flying from outside Europe,  we recommend Venice. To discuss onward connecting travel to the start of your holiday, please contact us.

    Outward route Airline
    Aberdeen - Venice (via Frankfurt) Lufthansa 
    Aberdeen - Venice Marco Polo (via Amsterdam Schiphol) KLM 
    Aberdeen - Verona (via Amsterdam Schiphol) KLM 
    Outward route Airline
    Belfast Intl. - Venice Marco Polo easyJet 
    Outward route Airline
    Birmingham - Venice (via Brussels) Brussels Airlines 
    Birmingham - Venice (via Frankfurt) Lufthansa 
    Birmingham - Verona jet2,  Ryanair,  TUI 
    Birmingham - Verona (via Munich) Lufthansa 
    Outward route Airline
    Bristol - Milan Bergamo Ryanair 
    Bristol - Treviso Ryanair 
    Bristol - Venice Marco Polo easyJet,  Ryanair 
    Bristol - Verona jet2,  TUI 
    Outward route Airline
    Nottingham East Midlands - Milan Bergamo Ryanair 
    Nottingham East Midlands - Treviso Ryanair 
    Nottingham East Midlands - Verona jet2 
    Outward route Airline
    Edinburgh - Milan Bergamo Ryanair 
    Edinburgh - Venice Marco Polo easyJet,  jet2,  Ryanair 
    Edinburgh - Venice Marco Polo (via Amsterdam Schiphol) KLM 
    Edinburgh - Verona easyJet,  jet2 
    Edinburgh - Verona (via Amsterdam Schiphol) KLM 
    Edinburgh - Verona (via Paris CDG) Air France 
    Outward route Airline
    Glasgow - Venice Marco Polo easyJet 
    Glasgow - Verona TUI 
    Outward route Airline
    Humberside - Venice Marco Polo (via Amsterdam Schiphol) KLM 
    Outward route Airline
    Leeds Bradford - Verona jet2 
    Leeds Bradford - Verona (via Amsterdam Schiphol) KLM 
    Outward route Airline
    Liverpool - Milan Bergamo Blue Air 
    Outward route Airline
    London City - Venice Marco Polo British Airways 
    Outward route Airline
    Gatwick - Milan Bergamo easyJet 
    Gatwick - Venice Marco Polo British Airways,  easyJet,  TUI,  Wizz Air 
    Gatwick - Verona British Airways,  easyJet,  TUI 
    Gatwick - Verona Wizz Air 
    Outward route Airline
    Heathrow - Venice Marco Polo British Airways 
    Heathrow - Verona British Airways 
    Heathrow - Verona (via Rome Fiumicino) Alitalia 
    Outward route Airline
    Luton - Venice Marco Polo easyJet 
    Outward route Airline
    London Southend - Treviso Ryanair 
    Outward route Airline
    Stansted - Milan Bergamo Ryanair 
    Stansted - Treviso Ryanair 
    Stansted - Venice Marco Polo Ryanair 
    Stansted - Verona jet2,  Ryanair 
    Outward route Airline
    Manchester - Milan Bergamo Ryanair 
    Manchester - Venice Ryanair,  Wizz Air 
    Manchester - Venice Marco Polo easyJet,  jet2,  TUI 
    Manchester - Verona easyJet,  jet2,  TUI 
    Manchester - Verona (via Frankfurt) Lufthansa 
    Manchester - Verona (via Munich) Lufthansa 
    Manchester - Verona (via Zurich) Lufthansa 
    Outward route Airline
    Newcastle - Venice Marco Polo (via Amsterdam Schiphol) KLM 
    Newcastle - Venice Marco Polo (via Amsterdam) Air France 
    Newcastle - Verona TUI 
    Newcastle - Verona (via Amsterdam Schiphol) KLM 
    Travelling from outside the UK

    If you are flying from outside Europe,  we recommend Venice. To discuss onward connecting travel to the start of your holiday, please contact us.

    This list of flight options should be used as a guide only, and you should check each airline’s website for current routes, frequency and schedules. Not all flights operate daily, and may not run for the entire season. You should also heed the latest flight arrival time and earliest flight departure time stated in the connecting travel section, as it may not be possible to arrange connecting travel outside these times. Please do not book your flights until we have confirmed your accommodation to you. Alternatively, our expert reservations team will be happy to offer advice and to make flight bookings for you for any of the options listed above. We charge £35 per person for our flight booking service. Your flights are then covered by our package-booking conditions, which give you greater protection in the event of delay or cancellation, as well as providing ATOL cover.

  • Prices below are based on 2 people travelling together. If you are travelling solo or as a party of 3 or more and our arrangements include a taxi, please contact us for prices; additional passengers often pay less.

    Unless otherwise stated, connecting travel by rail or bus tends to be from the city centre station, rather than from its airport, and connections between the two should be paid for locally.

    Where a price range is given, the price you pay depends on your date of travel.

    Connecting travel options - flying via Milan Bergamo

    Outward route Price per person Latest flight
    arrival time
    direct taxi Bergamo airport to hotel (1h30) £105-£109 flexible
    Homeward route Price per person Earliest flight
    departure time
    direct taxi hotel to Bergamo airport (1h30) £105-£109 flexible

    Connecting travel options - flying via Treviso Venice

    Outward route Price per person Latest flight
    arrival time
    bus Treviso airport to Venice Mestre (0h45, pay locally), rail Venice Mestre to Desenzano (2h), taxi Desenzano to hotel (1h30) £110-£114 1830
    Homeward route Price per person Earliest flight
    departure time
    taxi hotel to Desenzano (1h30), rail Desenzano to Venice Mestre (2h), bus Venice Mestre to Treviso airport (0h45, pay locally) £110-£114 1400

    Connecting travel options - flying via Venice Marco Polo

    Outward route Price per person Latest flight
    arrival time
    rail Venice Mestre to Desenzano (2h), taxi Desenzano to hotel (1h30) £110-£114 1830
    Homeward route Price per person Earliest flight
    departure time
    taxi hotel to Desenzano (1h30), rail Desenzano to Venice Mestre (2h) £110-£114 1400

    Connecting travel options - flying via Verona

    Outward route Price per person Latest flight
    arrival time
    direct taxi Verona airport to hotel (1h30) £92-£96 flexible
    Homeward route Price per person Earliest flight
    departure time
    direct taxi hotel to Verona airport (1h30) £92-£96 flexible
What is included
  • 7 nights
  • 2 dinners
    7 breakfasts
  • route notes and maps
  • GPS navigation
  • local area discount card

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