The Municipality of Brenzone is composed of 16 villages. Divided between the coast of Lake Garda and the enchanting inland area that reaches the foot of Mount Baldo, they are ideal places for an active, sports-filled vacation. The area has many well-equipped hotels and holiday homes. Visit Lago di Garda Magazine to book your next holiday in this delightful area of Lake Garda. While you’re here, take a detour to Castelletto di Brenzone to visit the lovely Romanesque San Zeno church. And if you stop at Assenza, you’ll see the Trimelone Isle facing the village that was once an ancient munitions deposit.
Like all the towns on Lake Garda, Brenzone on lake Garda has its own festival, dedicated to freshly pressed olive oil, which is held in mid-November. During the festival, you can sample the famous oil and try other delicious local products ranging from the honey of Mount Baldo to alpine cheeses. The Brenzone port is home to quaint restaurants offering typical local cuisine.
Brenzone is a popular sailing and windsurfing destination, and the fun begins when the Peler wind starts to blow. Its tradition of country fairs and religious celebrations has remained over the centuries. The religious roots of this town can be seen in the L’Ondes de Luj, a striking procession that winds through the streets of the historical town center of Castelletto di Brenzone in August. The well-known Via Crucis, a torch-lit re-enactment in costume of the Passion of Christ, is also held in Castelletto di Brenzone.
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