Lake Garda


Exclusive residences in Padenghe del Garda: panoramic view, surrounded by greenery, large infinity pool.

Exclusive outdoor facilites include an exotic overflow swimming pool, golf links and tennis courts; a splendid park and children's play areas; a fitness trail and dedicated space for pets as well as a barbecue area. All in the name of excellence, with background music and play of light, creating a sense of relaxation and prestige in all its corners.


Padenghe sul Garda is a town of about 4,500 inhabitants, in the province of Brescia; It is located in the area of the lower Lake, very close to the equally famous tourist resorts of Lake Garda, such as Desenzano, Manerba, Moniga and the green hills of Valtenesi, rich in history, culture and producers of fine wines and oil. It is an area in demographic expansion that counts many thousands of Italian tourists and especially foreigners who choose Padenghe as a destination for their holidays; all this makes it very interesting to evaluate the purchase of your home in this locality because it guarantees an excellent investment that can be reassessed over time. The houses and land in Padenghe have maintained or increased their value even during the past few years and those who chose Lake Garda were able to benefit from the beauty of the area and its mild climate even in the winter seasons.


Lake Garda (Italian: Lago di Garda) is the largest lake in Italy. It is a popular holiday location in northern Italy, about halfway between Brescia and Verona, and between Venice and Milan on the edge of the Dolomites. The name Garda, comes from the town of the same name. It is the evolution of the Germanic word warda, meaning "place of guard" or "place of observation."

The particularly mild climate favours the growth of some Mediterranean plants, including the olive tree. Citrus (lemon) trees can also be found, which are extremely rare at this latitude (46° North). This greatly favoured the development of tourism since the end of the second world war. In ancient times, poets like Catullus wrote about "Lacus Benacus" with its mild climate vivified by the winds. The lake is oriented from north to south towards the Po Valley, so many winds typical of the lake are the result of a difference between lower and higher altitude temperatures. Due to this, winds are generated that descend from the mountains to the plains in the morning and go back to the mountains in the afternoon. The bottleneck formed by the lake basin affects the timing of the winds, many of which happen on a regular daily basis. The winds are all named, most in regional Italian dialect so a single wind may have different names.


+39 (030) 9996711
+39 3483409973
Via Lavagnone, 11
Lonato del Garda (BS) - ITALY
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