Lago di Garda is the largest lake in Italy with a surface of 370 km². Areas around Lake Garda, are of great naturalistic value. Thanks to the presence of protected areas, hares and small wild mammals, water birds and birds of prey survive, while ponds and ditches are populated by pike, carpe and eels.
The lake itself is a popular destination for water sports such as sail, windsurf and kiteboard. The Lake Garda hanging cycle path (3km in length, part of the 140km cycle path ‘Garda by bike’) is often considered to be one of the most beautiful in Europe.
There is a consistent number of campsites around the lake, some of them having their own entertainment facilities also they are usually fully booked June to September including. ACSI cards are only accepted in a few of them.