Lazise is an enchanting place on the eastern shore of Lake Garda, not far from the city of Verona. The characteristic medieval village protected by the walls, the alleys, the squares, the six towers of the Castello degli Scaligeri, the refined villas with the famous parks and the harbor in the center, the Romanesque church of San Nicoló which houses fragments of frescoes of the fourteenth century, are just some of the suggestive wonders the Venetian town of Lazise.
Do not miss the Christmas market with local delicacies, the Wednesday market, the Regata delle Bisse between July and August, the traditional Venetian boats with four standing rowers organized by the Lega Bisse del Garda, gastronomic festivals and musical concerts. Typical festivals are the Sagra del Marciapié held on the last day of Carnival (Shrove Tuesday) and the first Wednesday of Easter (Ash Wednesday) in Arco Street with the election of the Capo Valàr, the tasting of local specialties in various stands set up in the streets of the town during the Feast of San Martino (November), the Feast of Saint Lucia in December and the launch of candies and sweets to the children of the donkey on which sits the saint, "I Giorni del Miele" in October.
Numerous gastronomic bars and restaurants to suit every taste, a wide selection of shops and water sports or ground sports.
The water parks of Gardaland and Canevaworld are also nearby. The various possibilities of accommodation will satisfy the type of holiday you have chosen. Lazise is the ideal location for a unforgettable holiday on the lake.
- 25km to Verona
- Mediterranean vegetation such as cypresses, oleanders, cedars, olive trees and even palm trees
- Close to the fun parks of Gardaland and Canevaworld