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The Italian lakes are the best place to visit with your Italy campervan hire.
Surrounding Lake Garda are the fabulous sites of the other lakes of Lombardy, including Lake d’Iseo, Lake Como, Lake Lugano and Lake Maggiore. These are the most popular lakeside locations but the lakes at Lago d’Idro and Lago di Ledro are a quieter and more secluded option.
Lake Garda Motorhome Sites
By far the most popular is Lake Garda. Check out the many places of interest including Bardolino with the many individual shops, pavement cafés and pizzerias.There are many campsites near Lake Garda including Campsite Piani di Clodia, Campsite Fornella and Camsite Zocco.
Known for being Italy’s largest lake, Lake Garda is renowned for its’ deep blue water, its’ lemon trees and a variety of Italian restaurants. With Venice only a one and a half hour’s drive this is a must see phase of your motorhome hire Italy.
The Weather at Lake Garda
The lake's climate is characterised by very cold winters when snow is not uncommon, especially at the higher mountain altitudes. When spring arrives, there are longer periods of warming sunshine, with temperatures of up to 30 degrees known in the months of Summer, frequently from mid May onwards with rain being more likely in the Spring and Autumn.
Recent Events at Lake Garda
It's been revealed that a new “floating” bike path is currently under construction in Italy. This will enable cyclists to circle the entirety of Lake Garda a mere distance of 87 miles The unique design of the cycle path is intended to make cyclists (both experienced and beginners) feel that they are floating or even flying above the lake’s waters, which is being built on the Lake Garda shoreline and cliff edges.
Campervan Hire Italy
Holiday Campervan will help you find the best campervan rental Italy deals by comparing the market of motorhome hire companies in Italy. Motorhomes and campervans can be hired from many locations in Italy including Venice, Rome, Florence, Milan, Genoa and Turin.