Discovering the Camper Parking on the Lake Garda
A camper holiday on Lake Garda is the perfect opportunity to combine three excellent ingredients that is nature, family and relax. With the arrival of spring and summer, the Lake Garda becomes the ideal destination for Camper lovers, who are becoming more and more numerous in Italy.
Spending your holidays in a camper allows you to breathe in deeply, as are able to move at will among the different camper parking areas of Lake Garda
Waking up with the first lights of the sun in a camping area equipped for campers is one of the many experiences that will make your holidays unforgettable, especially if you can then spend your day among medieval villages, walking, cycling and boat tours.
There are many equipped camper-parking areas on Lake Garda; there are free parking areas, parking spaces for campers and lot of campsites that are the perfect place where to have a break during a long journey, unplug from work and breathe the pure air of Lake Garda
Let’s see below which are the most popular destinations for a camper holiday and which are the most equipped and comfortable camper areas on Lake Garda
The main Camper Parking on the Lake Garda
Camper Parking in Salò
Salò is the most important town on the Brescia side of the lake and the starting point for boat tours and excursions in Alto Garda Bresciano Park.
In Salò there is a well-equipped camper park in Tavine street, where travellers will find comfortable services as showers, toilets and electricity. You can reach the town centre easily with a 15 minutes panoramic walk.
Camper Parking in Gardone Riviera and Toscolano Maderno
Gardone Riviera and Toscolano Maderno are also among the main tourist destinations of the Lake Garda, where you can visit the Gabriele d’Annunzio’s “Vittoriale degli italiani”, the Botanic Garden of Andrè Heller and the eco-museum of the paper mill valley (“Valle delle Cartiere”) among others.
Camper Parking in Sirmione
One of the main tourist destinations of the Lake Garda is without a doubt Sirmione: wonderful town full of history where you can visit “Castello Scaligero” (Scaliger castle) and the “Grotte di Catullo” (Catullo caves).
The centrally located parking in Via C.Ederle 11 has camper-parking areas with large pitches.
Another option is the Lugana Marina camper park, from which you can visit the historic town centre along a charming cycle path.
Camper Parking in San Felice del Benaco
This small village located on the western shore of the lake is one of the favourite among those who love spend their holidays in camping, thanks to the gorgeous landscapes and to the excellent climate all year round.
The Camping Europa Silvella is an excellent option for campers, being equipped with all services.
Nearby is also Manerba del Garda, with its “Rocca” (Fortress) and with the San Biagio island, also known as the “Isola dei Conigli” (Island of the rabbits). Staying in one of the pitches of the Camping San Biagio will allow you to have free access to the island, as well as enjoy all the excellent services of the campsite.
Camper Parking in Limone sul Garda
Following the road to the north you will come across the beautiful village of Limone sul Garda, famous for its “Limonaie” (lemon houses), where those who own a small or medium-sized camper can stop in the parking of Via Caldogno
How to go to Lake Garda by Camper
For those coming from the north or south, access is possible thanks to the A22 Brenner motorway, taking the exits Affi/ Lago di Garda Sud and Rovereto/ Lago di Garda Nord.
Once arrived on the lake, the two main roads that allow you to cover the entire circumference of the lake are the State Road 45 bis, better known as Western Gardesana and, on the east bank, the State Road 249, or eastern Gardesana.
Touring Lake Garda by camper is equivalent to travelling about 150 km and in principle can be done in a day, but the roads can be very busy.
The ideal is to do things calmly and take the time to discover the many villages and tourist attractions along the way, to fully enjoy this unforgettable experience.
Credits: alcune immagini sono tratte dai siti www.europasilvella.it, www.camperonline.it.