Veneto stretches from the Dolomites to the Adriatic Sea and encompasses a wide low mountain range and a flat country with rivers, canals and the Podelta. The lagoons are also typical of Veneto. In such a lagoon there is also a the extraordinary and worldwide known city on the water: Venice. It is the destination of thousands of tourists from Italy and abroad every year. But Veneto is a region with thousand faces: on the mainland, too, it awaits its visitors with its magnificent nature, art treasures and ancient traditions.
Lake Garda is the largest of the Italian lakes. It is of glacial origin and is located in a long and wide furrow between Lombardy in the west, Veneto in the east and Trentino in the north. The landscape is enchanting: a sequence of intensely blue water and green shades of Mediterranean vegetation. The tourist attractions are ancient and are evidenced by the many villas, the lush gardens, the hotels and the sea promenades on the various shores.