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EARLY BOOKING RATE
Just valid for reservation till 31.03.2018 and 30 days before arrival. With this rate it will be possible to receive a 10% discount on the total amount.
The inland territory of Tignale, with its variety of routes to follow, is extremely suitable for mountain-biking a paradise of roads, old mule-tracks and paths that climb up the wonderful mountains that surround the inhabited part of Tignale. Passing from the hills to the mountains, up to 1600 metres above sea level, you experience magnificent views: from the characteristic terraces of the olive groves to the mountain rock-face between holmoaks, laurels, and rosemary typical of the Mediterranean scrub, climbing through pine woods, ash trees, chestnut trees, hornbills and beech trees - always with the sudden chance of seeing the dazzling blue of the Lake. Certainly, it can be tiring. However, satisfaction and energy are not only expended but also regained in terms of mental and spiritual energy when you are on the top of a ridge overlooking the magnificent Lake, or immersed in fragrant woods or in the old summer pastures that are seeped in history.
Guided Nordic Walking. Nordic Walking has been defined as a brisk walk using special walking poles. The general concept of Nordic walking was developed using the basic methods of off-season training and teaching of cross-country skiing. Compared to regular walking, Nordic Walking involves the application of a force to the poles with every step. This implies the use of the entire body (with greater intensity) and determines the involvement of muscles not used in normal walking.
Eagerly awaited by tourists and residents of Tignale and the local area, the mediaeval market stands out as a favourite in Tignale’s calendar of events. In the narrow mediaeval streets of the village of Gardola there is an ancient market for an evening: the opportunity to taste and purchase local products, from wine to liqueurs and jams, with stalls selling handicrafts, from jewellery to clothes, all accompanied by a large group of people in period costumes, music, acrobats, fire-eaters and games in the streets. An event not to be missed!
Guided Visit and Tasting at the Lemon House
What are those high pillars soaring skywards, all lined up, enclosed with white stone walls on three sides? Lake Garda, especially along its west bank from Limone to Salò, still has some notable examples of structures not found anywhere else, to remind us of an epoch and civilisation now lost. ?They are the remains of lemon groves which impressed Goethe two hundred years ago and now are still impressing you!
Reopened Pizzeria Ristorante Apollo XI an Pastry Shop Al Portichetto
Reopened from Friday 6 March, 2015. Opening hours Pizzeria Ristorante Apollo XI, from 12.00 to 2.30 p.m. and from 5.30 to 10.00 p.m.. Opening hours Pastry Shop Al Portichetto, from 7.30 a.m. to 12.30 p.m. and from 3.00 to 7.00 p.m.. Closed on Mondays.
GYM NORDIK WALKING
Nordic Walking has been defined as a brisk walk using special walking poles. The general concept of Nordic walking was developed using the basic methods of off-season training and teaching of cross-country skiing. Compared to regular walking, Nordic Walking involves the application of a force to the poles with every step. This implies the use of the entire body (with greater intensity) and determines the involvement of muscles not used in normal walking. Gymstick Nordic Walking involves a series of exercises with the poles and appropriate exercise bands, in addition to the walk. FREE for our guests.
MILLE MIGLIA 16th May - 19th May
Everything happens on a long and incredible weekend in may...It starts off from Brescia, the beating heart of the MIllemiglia, on Thursday night, in order to get to Rome by the day after. Participants leave from Rome the following Saturday morning, so they arrive in Bresciaby nighttime. Sunday will be dedicated to prize and cerimony.
BVG Trail lower Garda
BVG: ‘Lake Garda’s lower road’ has developed thanks to the ‘High Garda Park’ (Parco alto Garda Bresciano) and was realized in 1998 thanks to the Forest Regional Agency. This trail develops on the western coast of lake Garda starting from Salò and reaches the last town of the Brescia province, Limone sul Garda, over a distance of 74 km.