Bardolino is a very lively town, beautifully situated on the oriental coast of Lake Garda.
At only 30 km from the historical, romantic city of Verona it is the ideal starting point to discover everything the Veneto region has to offer.
The picturesque historical town of Bardolino with its lakeside promenade, framed by the “Moreniche” hills, with its spectacular vineyards.
Here you will find many local restaurants, wineries and boutiques and craft shops, as well as the famous Bardolino red wine and it Chiaretto rosè wine.
Follow the 'Strada del Vino' or Bardolino Wine Route and visit the local producers.
In Bardolino they also celebrate their famous product during the “Palio del Chiaretto” in late May or June (see the video above) and late October with the “Festa del Uva e del Vino Bardolino”.
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Be sure to also visit the wine museum which shows you how your favourite drink is actually made.
For wine lovers we also suggest to visit the neighbouring wine areas, to the south of Lake Garda you will find the Lugana white wine region, to the east the Valpolicella red wine and just past Verona you will find the Soave white wine region.
In Bardolino not only do they produce great wine, the local olive oil deserves the same credit.
You can learn all about the production in the Olive Oil Museum in Cisano, where you can also taste and buy directly.
This town is very central and offers easy access to all major attractions like Gardaland, Acquaparadise, Movie Studios and Parco Natura Viva with its own safari park.
Directly from the harbour in Bardolino the ferries offer a unique way of transport to visit all surrounding charming towns on Lake Garda.
For nature lovers the Monte Baldo, the Valle dei Mulini in Garda and the region of Lessinia with its waterfalls are a must.
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