Manerba del Garda is a small town located on the western shore of Lake Garda. With its beautiful view of the lake, rolling hills and vegetation, it is no wonder that Manerba del Garda is also well known abroad.
Both for the beautiful scenery and the artistic and historical aspects, Manerba del Garda is a very interesting town. Manerba del Garda is a great place to visit all year round, but it is best to visit between May and October, when the weather is warm and sunny.
Whether because of the beaches or the natural environment of the moraine hills, Manerba del Garda offers a peaceful and relaxing environment.
From Manerba you can also take several boat trips around the lake and see the many picturesque towns and villages that line its shores.
The Pieve di Santa Maria is located in the hamlet of Pieve, whose name is closely related to the role it once held, namely that of parish or mother church of all churches and chapels, both in Manerba and Valtenesi. The parish stands on a modest rise that, in a post-Bronze Age period, bordered the lake, which later receded more than a kilometer.
Around Manerba del Garda there are numerous hiking trails, ideal for nature lovers.
You can explore the parks and hiking trails and admire the beautiful views the area has to offer. Cycling is another great way to explore the area. You can ride leisurely through the parks and see the attractions the city has to offer.
The Carnival of Manerba del Garda is a colorful event held every year in February. The carnival is characterized by parades, costumes and lively music. The “Medieval Festival of Manerba del Garda” is an excellent opportunity to step back in time and experience life in the Middle Ages. The festival features a lively parade and numerous medieval costumes and music.
It is easily reached by taking the A4 Turin/Venice, Desenzano exit, and following the signs for Salò. The nearest train station is also in Desenzano, which is a few kilometers from the town.