Overlooking Lake Garda itself, Eden is perfect for touring and a favourite for watersports. Set on a steeply terraced hillside and enjoying spectacular lakeside views, Eden is truly a haven for all watersports enthusiasts. You can windsurf, waterski, sail a dinghy or paddle a canoe from the beaches at Salò or Baia del Vento less than a kilometre away. And when you want a slightly more leisurely pursuit, there is the easily accessible little lakeside beach for swimming and sunbathing.
This family run park offers first class pool facilities, or you can simply choose to relax with a glass of wine whilst admiring the surrounding scenery. Alternatively, take in the equally breathtaking views of Lake Garda from picturesque Salò and the pretty lakeside town of Portese, with its lake ferry that can take you to Gardaland.
If you are looking for a 4 star quality campsite in the Lake Garda region, close to the lake, then this park is highly recommended. The three pools are of course ideal for hot sunny days and the local area is full of attractions. Gardaland is a must with numerous rides and shows making for a memorable family day out.
Accommodation is varied and of a high standard. Choose from a comfortable 2 or 3 bed mobile home or stay in a fun Safari tent. With 300 pitches on this park there is an intimate and friendly atmosphere.
Our Plots - Gravel/small
Shade - Partial shade only
Parking - Off pitch
local charge applies
Verona, the city of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet and the famous Arena - 20 Miles
Sirmione with its sulphur springs - 18 Miles
Antique villas and great shops - 11 Miles
Venice's canals, St Mark's Square and medieval splendour - 100 Miles
Attractions close to Eden
Gardaland is the largest amusement park in Italy and one of the largest in Europe . It offers its visitors no less than 11 different shows each day and 5 themed restaurants. The Park has rides for the courageous such as Blue Tornado, Space Vertigo and Magic Mountain or you could discover the ruins of an ancient oriental temple on board a rubber dinghy, or visit Fantasy Kingdom for the children.
Parco Naturo Viva
Parco Natura Viva is a park split into two - Faunistic park and Safari park. The Faunistic Park features wild animals from European forests and other forestry animals of the world including wolves, wild boar, and pumas. The Safari park includes the big wild animals of Africa such as lions, leopards and elephants. There is also a Botanic garden to explore along with a Dinosaur park.
Largest water amusement park in Italy. There are different shows everyday. The park includes - aqua park, amusement park, large waterslides, aqua gym. There is also a boating lake. Restaurants, bars, ice cream parlours, shops, pizzeria.
The museum was inaugurated in 1990. It displays the finds of a peat bog near Desenzano. In addition to ceramics, flint arrowheads, weapons and utensils, there is a large oak plough from around 2000 BC.
Parco Termale del Garda
Between cypress, thuya-trees and centuries old beech-trees has been discovered a thermal source which transformed a splendid park to a place of joy - where you can find your well being in the embrace of the warm thermal water. There is also the Aesthetic centre where body and face treatments are provided using products from the 'Thermal Park Garda'.
Enzo Ferrari was born in Modena on 18 February 1898. Just south of here is Maranello the present headquarters of Ferrari. Galleria Ferrari built in 1988 is just around the corner from the factory. Unofficially known as the 'Temple of the Red Road Gods' this modern two-storey building holds exhibits of both racing and road cars. The museum contains books and other memorabilia including hand built die cast models of various Ferraris.