- Lake Garda All inclusive holidays
Since the days when affluent Brits took grand tours of Europe as a coming of age, Lake Garda has been an iconic location to spend any length of time. Lake Garda holidays put you in the north of Italy, within easy reach of the rest of the European mainland, and it is actually the largest body of water in Italy. With a landscape that varies from mountainous at its north end, to the shallower shores dotted with hotels and small resorts, there's plenty to see here and plenty to keep you entertained, without running up an extra bill on top of your all-inclusive ticket price.
A land of wine and honey
Traditionally it's milk and honey that represents abundance, but in true Italian style, Lake Garda regularly celebrates its locally produced wine and honey instead. The first event on the calendar is actually an olive festival, which takes place in Torri del Benaco each January. There are wine festivals in Bardolino in May and September, before in October the Lazise honey festival takes place. Time your trip just right and stay for several weeks, and you might be able to span both the September and October events.
Get out on the water
The lake itself naturally forms the centrepiece of any holiday in the area, so enjoy the scenery and the mountainous backdrop, take your photos, or consider getting out on to the water itself either for a swim, or on one of the various vessels available to hire, from windsurfs to kayaks, water skis to small boats. If you prefer to explore on dry land, consider a trip to the northern end of the lake, where small streams and larger tributaries flow in, and the looming mountains overhead offer the contrast of their gleaming white snow-capped peaks.
What's included in all-inclusive holidays to Lake Garda?
If there's a particular activity you're interested in - for example sailing on the lake, or kayaking along one of its supplying rivers - it's worth looking out for a hotel that offers this, as you may be able to cover it in your all-inclusive ticket price. There are even ski resorts at the north of the lake, at higher altitudes, so again keep this in mind when making your booking, as the varied landscape means there's plenty of choices, and good opportunities to find the perfect all-inclusive Lake Garda holiday for you.
Why choose an all-inclusive holiday to Lake Garda?
One of the great European destinations, Lake Garda is blessed with stunning natural beauty. Walk or boat your way around the lake, explore the picture perfect towns on the shore and then return to your hotel or resort knowing that your mealtimes are already taken care of. Start the day right with a freshly prepared breakfast, lunch in style and relax fully knowing that on cheap Lake Garda-all-inclusive holidays, you’ve already paid the bill in advance.