lake garda

The enchantment of water

Lake Garda offers a gentle, regenerating climate thanks to the temperature of the water, which helps to mitigate both the summer heat and the winter cold.
Among the resorts that embellish its shores, Limone sul Garda is certainly one of the most exclusive and offers visitors every kind of scenery.

limone sul Garda

A pearl set on the lake shore

Famous for its lemon orchards, extra virgin olive oil and the longevity of its inhabitants, Limone sul Garda is one of the most popular resorts on the Brescia side of the lake, even more so than Desenzano and Salò, which are just an hour’s drive away. In the past, it could only be reached by crossing the mountain or the lake, and its economy was based on fishing and the cultivation of olives and lemons. Limone is the last town in Brescia bordering Riva del Garda.
Even today, we find traces of this agricultural economy in the pillars and walls of the orchards, the typical gardens where lemons are grown, and in the picturesque fishing harbour. A place of culture, tradition, sport and fun, Limone is the ideal destination for those seeking excitement and breath-taking views.

"Joy in looking
and comprehending
is nature's most beautiful gift."
Albert Einstein
products of excellence from limone

One territory, a thousand emotions

Limone sul Garda has much to offer visitors, from the quaint old town to the many orchards in the area, from cultural visits to the many sports opportunities on land and water, not to mention discovering the region’s food and wine.


Historical centre

With its narrow lanes, ascents and descents offering glimpses of the lake, small squares, cafés, boutiques and typical shops, the old town of Limone sul Garda is a small treasure to immerse yourself in.

The Marina

With its boats, pastel-coloured houses and bougainvillea, the marina, or old port, is one of the most characteristic corners of the town.

The lakeside

The lakeside promenade of Limone sul Garda is a lively, colourful place where you can take a relaxing stroll or ride a bicycle and admire the vast panorama.

The Church of San Rocco

The small church of San Rocco is one of Limone's best-loved places, accessible via a charming stairway that's always adorned with flowers and typical Garda plants.

The Church of St Benedict

Inspired by Austrian architecture and built on the remains of an earlier Romanesque church, the historic Parish Church of St Benedict houses artistic masterpieces from the early 16th century.
Food and wine


Lemons and lemon orchards have a long history here, and are part of a centuries-old tradition that should not be missed. They were brought here from the Ligurian Riviera during the 13th century, by monks from the convent of San Francesco in Gargnano. Even today, lemons are everywhere in these parts, so savour their extraordinary goodness.

Our oil

An ancient, well-known tradition, Garda DOP Extra Virgin Olive Oil is produced at the northernmost latitude in the world here thanks to Lake Garda's microclimate. The oil produced here is very fine, light, fruity and balanced


Viticulture is an integral part of the history, culture and landscape of the Brescia side of Lake Garda. The wines are known for their originality and quality. The municipality of Limone has a large number of designations of origin dedicated to wine and many wineries to visit.


Garda capers, a symbol of the Mediterranean nature of the Riviera, have been celebrated since the 16th century. They grow wild in bushes, are picked by hand and then traditionally preserved in olive oil or salt.


Whitefish, pike, perch and much more, Lake Garda's fish stock is constantly growing and the centuries-old tradition of lake fishing is kept alive.

The lake

There is an evocative view, a magical atmosphere and a thousand activities and sports on the water, from the most relaxing to the most extreme. Lake Garda offers every possibility.

The mountains

The surrounding peaks and mountains offer unique, unforgettable scenery. There are plenty of trails to discover, with excursions at all levels of difficulty.


A large green lung in which to immerse yourself among the lemon, citron, orange and grapefruit trees.

Bicycle paths

The suspended cycle path in Limone sul Garda is one of the most scenic in all Europe: an evocative boardwalk on the lakeside, about 3 kilometres long and not to be missed.