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THE PORTAL OF THE RURAL TOURISM ON THE LAKE OF GARDA

THE PORTAL OF BRESCIA

THE EUROPEAN PORTAL OF THE LAKE of GARDA

 

        

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Known like the window on the lake of Garda, the plateau of Tremosine that allows to admire the entire river basin of the Benaco, is subdivided in 18 fractions. The possibility to practice sport that they go from the trekking to the alpine excursion and, to Champion windsurf and the sail makes of this place one of the more interesting of the lake of Garda.

The village stands on a rock, directly overlooking the lake, from where there is a magnificent view of both shores of Lake Garda. In the village itself there are still a number of fine churches wiuth arched doorways and windows framed by corbels of sculpted stone; the parish church, which was reconstructed in the 17th c., was originally a fine 12th-c. Romanesque parish church.

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