Buying a property on Lake Garda

Whether you’re seeking a holiday flat, a retirement home or making a capital investment: Lake Garda remains one of northern Italy’s most popular areas and is the biggest lake in the country. The distinctive landscape around the lake derives from its particular location at the foothills of the Southern Alps.

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Currently available properties along the shores of Lake Garda

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villa for sale 37010 San Zeno di Montagna, Italy

Fantastic, renovated villa with park and pool as well as unobstructed lake views on Lake Garda for sale
about 322 m2
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villa for sale Maderno, Italy

Lake Garda: Detached villa with a fantastic lake view and surrounded by a beautiful landscape for sale
about 280 m2
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4 room appartment for sale 25077 Roè Volciano, Italy

Beautiful, sun-drenched 4-room apartment with a terrace a few minutes' drive from Lake Garda
about 115 m2
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2-room apartment for sale 37010 Costermano sul Garda, Italy

Investment property on Lake Garda near the famous golf course Marciaga with a fantastic lake view
about 75 m2
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hotel for sale 38070 Stenico, Italy

Terme di Comano / Villa Banale (TN)
about 1.897 m2
 

detached house for sale 37010 Brenzone sul Garda, Italy

Old inventory cubature with project to realize a great house directly on the Gardesana am See
about 270 m2
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Lake Garda

Lake Garda is so large that it extends into three Italian regions: with its northernmost part in Trentino, its western shores border with Lombardy – and Veneto to the east. Lake Garda is flanked by the north-south A22 Brenner motorway, which intersects with the A4 east-west Venice-Milan motorway a little to the south. The “Gardesana Orientale” circles the lake offering magnificent panoramic views. Various car and smaller ferries carrying tourists criss-cross Lake Garda.

The main towns on Lake Garda are: Riva del Garda, Torbole, Malcesine, Garda, Bardolino, Sirmione, Desenzano, Moniga, Maderno and Limone.

Tourism is the main economic driver, though agriculture has an important secondary role to play. Sizeable tracts are farmed, with land covered in vineyards, peach and cherry orchards. Major industrial cities, such as Verona and Brescia to the south, have a significant global footprint.

Lake Garda enjoys mild weather conditions all year round thanks to its microclimate. The surrounding highlands are ideal for leisure activities such as hiking and biking, while the lake itself is a popular destination for water sports, such as wind-surfing.

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