Landscape

Garda Morainic Hills

The territory – Hills Moreniche del Garda – which extends between the southern shore of Lake Garda and the Mantuan plain, closed between the Mincio river to the east and the Churches to the west, offers the visitor a suggestive habitat with natural features and landscapes of great value and originality.

A succession of rolling hills and sinuous profiles alternate, in a game of basins and reliefs, to dry meadows, shallow depressions and fragments of spring water mirrors that peek out here and there, extreme memory of the ancient glacier whose fingers over 10,000 years ago, they modeled the shapes of today’s landscape.

This part of the territory presents unique and very particular aspects due in part to its proximity to the humid environments of the lake, in part to the geological events that originated it. l’hanno originata.

Volta Mantovana

Located on the hills overlooking the Valley, Volta Mantovana has ancient origins. The first settlements can be traced back to the stage of Polada and Middle Bronze Age, when they formed small communities on the hills and along the river Mincio (big island of Mincio).

The territory, inhabited by hard Celts, the Etruscans did not escape the penetration and colonization of the Romans, as one documenting many testimonies andvarious archaeological periods and related to those now held, mainly in the archaeological museum of Cavriana.

This situation is due to the geographical location of the territory, in the hills between Lake Garda and the plain, watered by the River Mincio and near Postumia and the northern edge of triumviral organization.

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Mantova

“Mantegna in Mantua 1460 – 1506” – set up in the rooms of Palazzo Te and curated by Mauro Lucco, then continues at Palazzo San Sebastiano and focuses attention on the master’s extensive production, in the long period in which he lived in the city working for the court of the Gonzagas, and on the indelible marks left by his art on Mantuan painting in the period of “interregnum” between the death of the master and the arrival of the other great genius who illuminated the city: Giulio Romano.

Also in Mantua, in the Castle of San Giorgio in Palazzo Ducale, it will be possible to visit the exhibitions “Renaissance in the castle of San Giorgio: Mantegna and the Gonzagas” curated by Filippo Trevisani, focused on the realization of the famous Camera Picta and “The sculpture at the time of Andrea Mantegna “, centered on the relationship between Mantegna and antiquity, between the Roman model classicism and the area naturalism.

Verona

Verona has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO for its urban structure and its architecture: Verona is a splendid example of a city that has developed progressively and uninterruptedly for two thousand years, integrating artistic elements of the highest quality of the different periods that they have succeeded, it also represents in an exceptional way the concept of the fortified city, in several decisive stages of European history.

Garda Lake

Peschiera, Lazise, ​​Bardolino, Garda, Torri, Malcesine, Riva, Limone, Gardone, Salò, Desenzano are just some of the towns overlooking Lake Garda, but the real pearl is Sirmione, a charming medieval village whose entrance it is dominated by the imposing size of the Scala fortress. The church of Santa Maria, the lakefront, the fountain Bojola, San Pietro in Mavino, the house of Maria Callas are just some of the stops that will eventually lead to the largest Roman villa in Northern Italy, called Grotte di Catullo.

The Vittoriale degli Italiani at Gardone Riviera was the last home of the poet Gabriele D’Annunzio who, before dying, gave it to the Italian people. Coming out of the Sirmione motorway exit, on the right side stands the imposing tower of San Martino della Battaglia, 74 meters high, which can be visited in all its height. The Museo Risorgimentale can also be visited inside the museum area. Outside, on the other hand, is the ossuary where the remains of the soldiers who died on June 24, 1859 are preserved.

In Bikes Between Art And Nature

The short distance from the Mantova-Peschiera del Garda cycle path allows guests to easily reach the two cities.
The farm offers bicycles at no extra cost.
The entire cycle route measures approximately 44 km for an average travel time of 4 hours.

Do not miss: the castle of Peschiera, the medieval village of Borghetto, the Scaliger fortress of Monzambano and the artistic wonders of Mantua.

Do not miss the new and evocative Volta Mantovana-Mantova-Peschiera cycle path.
Also this can be reached within a few minutes by bike.

There are 10% discounts for FIAB members of any province.
The discount also applies to overnight stays of one night.
We do not provide direct assistance of mechanical nature to the bicycles of the guests but we willingly load the needs and eventually accompany the nearest mechanic.

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Visits and parks

Possibility of guided tours to renowned wineries, with tasting of local wines.
Trekking and cycling in enchanting scenic routes.
Just a few minutes drive sprativa water parks and fun like Gardaland and Caneva World.

Places of historical and tourist interest in the immediate vicinity: Mantova, Verona, Solferino, Borghetto, Riviera degli Ulivi are just some of the examples

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