Inland routes

Villages overhanging the water, dizzying views, roads carved into the rock and a wealth of routes and walks

starting directly from the hotel, combine the initiative of the most sporty
with the curiosity of the most dreamy.

Unique characteristics of this area that make it the ideal destination for different
types of experiences in contact with nature.





The beauty of these places is enhanced by the particular synergy between the lake and mountain
environment, essential elements of this extraordinary land.

Gargnano is one of the nine municipalities that make up the Parco Alto Garda Bresciano, established by regional law no. 58 of 15 September 1989. The Park covers an area of about 38,000 hectares and includes the municipalities of Salò, Gardone Riviera, Toscolano Maderno, Valvestino, Magasa, Gargnano, Limone sul Garda, Tignale and Tremosine sul Garda.

From the top of Mount Denervo (1495 m) one dominates all of Gargnano, divided between the capital and twelve small hamlets. Some directly on Lake Garda (Villa and Bogliaco), others along scenic slopes (Villavetro, Fornico, Zuino, Navazzo, Musaga, Muslone), others inland (Sasso, Liano, Formaga, Costa), but all connected by roads and paths that intertwine among olive trees, meadows and woods.





An autochthonous territory that manages to range
between the lake, hills and mountains

The municipality of Gargnano boasts an autochthonous territory that manages to range between the lake, hills and mountains giving its visitors postcard views that can embrace the entire Lake Garda. You will be enveloped by the scent of jasmine in summer or cyclamen in autumn, you will walk through hills embattled by cypresses and you will penetrate between rocks, gorges and overhangs of thrill in every season. You can take ancient mule tracks, stop near the walls of the lemon groves and visit lonely villages and hermitages where, as if by magic, you will step back in time.

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