In this chapter we treat one of the most famous and evocative villages of the whole Lake Garda, thanks also to its noble wines, Bardolino.

Bardolino, a town renowned for its excellent production of ruby ​​red wine and olive oil, is an old fishing village that rises just north of Lazise. Not far from the center of Bardolino we find the church of San Severo, eleventh century, which is of particular interest for the decorative elements and the crypt; leaving the city in the direction of Albarè, however, is nestled among the bushes of rosemary, cypress and olive trees, the Hermitage of San Giorgio, founded in 1663 by the Benedictine monks of Camaldolese.

These, as before, sell typical products and aromas based on native herbs. This represents a unique opportunity to be hosted in the Benedictine Hermitage, but complying with the monastic rules. In the past, the city has had its Rocca Scaligera, of which the ancient walls and towers remain today.

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