Starting from the port of Moniga * we keep going east towards the tip of the Sirmione peninsula with His fascinating castle Scaligero. From the tip of Sirmione then we keep heading north, towards the well marked "Rocca di Manerba", a natural park that has at its end an overhanging rock wall on the lake;
from here continue pointing north and passing by the largest island in the lake, 'Isola Borghese. "This island, which is currently owned by the Cavazza family is still inhabited. Although there are no specific references in the Latin writings, there is no doubt it was already inhabited in Roman times, and has in its history the presence of distinguished personalities from St. Francis of Assisi to Napoleon.
We continue in the direction of Salò, elegant Roman town built in the heart of a small bay of the lake. It follows Gardone Riviera, a small town nestled in lush greenery at the foot of Mount Pizzoccolo, known for the seat of the Vittoriale by Gabriele D'Annunzio.
Going from Gardone Riviera, it continues along the western coast to the north, passing by picturesque villages such as Fasano and Maderno, finally arriving in Gargnano characterized by its beautiful lemon - clearly visible from the lake - and the majestic "Villa Bettoni" (eighteenth-century villa from the scenic façade overlooking the lake and the magnificent garden) and "Villa Feltrinelli".
At this point you cross the lake toward the eastern shore reaching Torri del Benaco and then down to Punta San Vigilio.
From there we cross back the lake, keeping us in the direction of navigation Manerba Rocca and farther south our starting point MONIGA DEL GARDA