Lazise is an Italian town that today counts 6 969 inhabitants, located on the shores of Lake Garda, in the province of Verona, and includes the hamlets of Colà, a small inland village located on the Morainic Hills and surrounded by green vineyards. and Pacengo, located on the shore of the lake to the south of Lazise; The hinterland is very vast, its hilly and agricultural landscape allows you to enjoy splendid panoramas and excursions in the midst of nature. Over the centuries, many famous people visited Lake Garda, Catullo, Goethe and Gustav Klimt, but the mass tourism phenomenon in Lazise began after the war, when the inhabitants of the Alps, above all Germans, began to descend towards the south, in looking for a cheap and cheap holiday destination.


The historic center and the hinterland


Small thermal town


Quiet coastal town