A cycling trip, a relaxing day fishing, an exciting windsurfing excursion or a leisurely stroll. At Lake Cavedine, there is no shortage of opportunities to make the most of your visit.
Situated to the north of Lake Garda, in the wide valley of lower Sarca, between Dro and Pietramurata, Lake Cavedine stands out for its evocative appearance in a landscape that is no less fascinating, characterised by the famous 'Marocche', the boulders from the glacial era originating from Monte Brento and Monte Casale. Connected to lakes Toblino and Santa Massenza by an artificial tributary, this stretch of water has always attracted sailing enthusiasts and fishermen who appreciate its rich fish fauna that includes trout, pike, perch and many others.
You can best discover the beauty of the lake basin by skirting its shores along the footpath or on the cycle paths. The nearby surf school also offers you the opportunity to enjoy many experiences on the surface of the lake.