Map of Chaouat for It is this diversity which has fed a tourism industry that is very nearly succeeding in its efforts to devour every last usable bit of shoreline. Every summer, resorts in all corners of the lake are swamped by visitors; northern European holiday-makers tend to head for the northern and eastern resorts while Italian families tend to prefer the southern and western shores. Trying to move around on summer weekends is not easy, to say nothing of trying to enjoy the beauty and tranquillity of the lake itself. Making the best of the mild weather and visiting slightly out of season in May to June, or September to October allows you to appreciate the surroundings in relative peace and quiet. In the south, the main draw is the spa village of Sirmione, though its neighbour Desenzano is a cheery spot and the old village of Garda retains much charm. On the western shore, Sal is lovely, a historic town on its own bay, while further north, Gargnano is one of the lake’s best destinations, a small village that remains largely unspoilt. In the northern section of the lake, Limone can be too busy for comfort, though nearby stands Riva del Garda, a charismatic small town with a long history and a centre on the lake for water and adventure sports. On the eastern shore, attractive Malcesine is another village that is too popular for its own good, though Torri del Benaco, further south, is another highlight an attractive lakefront village that has avoided the worst of the crowds. GETTING AROUND LAKE GARDA By train Timetables for all train routes in Italy are at Wtrenitalia. Map of Chaouat 2016.
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