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This is the land of nature and history, perfect for relaxation and a peaceful holiday, but also a spectacular stage where every year there are important sporting displays, above all aquatic activities such as windsurfing and sailing. In spite of its location in the north of the peninsula near the border with Veneto, Trentino and Lombardy, Lake Garda is characterized by a legendary climate, which can hardly be called Mediterranean. This is due, above all, to the mitigating influence of the water which assures the territory a temperate climate, free of both torrid summers and severe winters, while autumn is a season of abundant rains; the presence of fog or snow is rare.
The mildness of the climate is above all based on its luxurious vegetation which can be admired around Lake Garda, featuring oleanders, palms, cypresses, olives and vineyards; most important of all, the olives and vineyards of the eastern part of the lake are used to make high quality oil and wine: among the wines the Marzemino, Merlot, Cabernet, Bardolino, and Bianco di Custoza stand out.

A favourable climate to accompany and satisfy the beauty of the landscape, where one can breathe in the intense fragrance emitted by the trees and admire the forms and colours of the picturesque villages, hamlets, churches and splendid villas from other times, and imposing fortresses which encounter the waters of the lake as if they were fjords of long away places; this scenery has inspired many artists who stayed here and who were captivated by its spell.

The northern part of Lake Garda is the windiest in various parts of the year. The winds are steady and make this area of the lake particularly suitable for sailing sports, as demonstrated by places like Campione, an excellent location for windsurfing lovers, and Torbole, renowned for its sailing competitions.

The GardaTrentino and the climate
The GardaTrentino and the climate
The GardaTrentino and the climate
The GardaTrentino and the climate