Manerba del Garda
Manerba del Garda is a small municipality located on the west coast of Lake Garda, in the province of Brescia, famous for its extraordinary historical, artistic and natural heritage. Among lush hills and charming beaches overlooking the lake, Manerba del Garda enchants visitors with its breathtaking landscapes and lively tourist life. The most fascinating places of Manerba del Garda are certainly the Rocca, the coastline with its numerous beaches and San Biagio island.The Rocca di Manerba
The Rocca di Manerba is an ancient fortress from Roman times located on a rocky spur overlooking the lake and surrounded by an evocative natural landscape. Now, the fortress has been transformed into an Archeological Park containing numerous historical and artistic treasures. Inside the Rocca it is possible to admire the ruins of the medieval fortification and the small church dedicated to the Madonna della Neve. Not to be outdone is the magnificent panoramic view of Lake Garda, which offers some of the most striking natural scenery in the area. A visit to the Rocca di Manerba is therefore an unmissable experience for those who wish to immerse themselves in the history and nature of the Garda territory.The beaches
The beaches of Manerba del Garda are known as some of the most beautiful of the lake, thanks to their location and the services offered. Pisenze beach is a long stretch of fine sand characterised by crystal-clear waters and immersed in a pristine nature bay. The Romantica beach is known for its worldliness: here we find numerous clubs and restaurants where it is possible to enjoy typical dishes and local delicacies. Dusano beach, located at the base of the Rocca di Manerba, offers a very impressive panorama, with a spectacular view of Sirmione peninsula. All beaches in Manerba offer opportunities for water sports and other activities, such as boat and pedalò rental, to spend days of fun and relaxation.San Biagio island
San Biagio island, also known as isola dei conigli (rabbit island), is a small islet located in the front of Dusano beach. The uninhabited island can be reached by boat and it is characterised by the presence of the evocative ruins of a 12th-century church dedicated to Saint Blaise, after whom it is named. In addition to the small church, the island of San Biagio offers a truly enchanting natural landscape made of centuries-old olive trees, rocks, prickly pear plants and Mediterranean bushes. San Biagio island is therefore an unmissable place for history and nature lovers, as well as for those seeking an unforgettable holiday experience on Lake Garda.
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