Lake Garda, also called Benaco, is the largest lake in Italy.
It owes its success to the clear waters and medieval villages, but also that its unique climate, thanks to the barrier of the Alps and the large body of water. The summers and mild winters favor of cultivating its shores the olive and lemon trees, and has developed a dense vegetation of sub-Mediterranean. Another peculiarity is that the winds are blowing it here on the lake nearly 40, sometimes gently, sometimes with greater force. The more than fifty kilometers of the Venetian shore of the lake, known as the Riviera of Olives for the singular cultivation that is practiced, giving way many towns including: Peschiera, Lazise, Bardolino, Garda, Torri del Benaco and Malcesine Brenzone. Small beads embedded in a mosaic of colors with predominantly blue hues of the sky and the water and the emerald green of the surrounding vegetation.