Lake Garda is one of the biggest Italian lakes, with an area of approximately 370 square km extending into three Northern Italian regions: Veneto, Trentino Alto Adige and Lombardy.

In Roman times Lake Garda was known as Benaco and was even then an important destination for those who sought a healthy life in a beautiful environment featuring typically Mediterranean vegetation: olive trees, vines and agave flourish due to the lake’s microclimate.

Nowadays Lake Garda is home to a multitude of modern spas that offer relaxing holidays, inhaler treatments and bathing in the many warm springs from over 200m deep aquifers.