The villa is about 1,3km from the lake and 1,5 km from the town, near a beautiful medieval castle and approximately halfway between Milan and Venice and about 60km from the Thermae of Sirmione and Riva del Garda at only 19km.
This wonderful villa totally refurbished in 2008, in its original style with some pieces of original furniture. Its huge windows face the lake, enjoying the most stunning views of the lake and the surrounding panorama.
The garden was designed by Paghera, an important Italian landscape architect.
OUTDOOR: Surrounded by a beautiful garden, the villa includes on the lower level a pool and a quite big private patio, with a lovely barbecue place. Beside the pool irregular rounded form 5mx3m with sunbeds and sun-umbrellas, the changing room, a bathroom (with shower box) and another small storage room.
INDOOR: It is developed on two levels, where it is possible find:
1. on the groud floor: covered garage for 2 cars, the bathroom of the pool;
2. on the first floor: a large open space with a living room with flat screen TV and a very efficient wood stove, and a dining area with an open fully equipped kitchen; a double bedroom with en-suite bathroom (tub plus shower); a twin bedroom with a third pull-out bed, sharing a bathroom (with shower box) with a bunk bed bedroom with a pull-out bed. These three beds are slightly smaller than standard size beds (length 1.90 m, ideal for kids/teenagers). A studio room with a double sofa bed is also present.
Airports: Verona: 63km; Milan Malpensa: 225km; Orio al Serio: 142km; Venice: 184km. Cities: Riva del Garda: 19km; Milan: 180km; Brescia: 81km; Verona: 65km; Venice: 180km.
Points of interest: Town and all facilities: 1,5km; Thermae of Sirmione: 60km; Scaligero Castle: 1,7km; Natural Reserve: 58km.
Close to: Tennis – SkiLifts – Railway station – Horse riding – Highway – Golf
Lake Garda is blessed with more than 45 km of free beaches in some of the most evocative and celebrated scenery of whole Europe, including medieval towns and ancient castles. It is enriched by its green hinterland with pastures and vineyards which produce wines known throughout the world such as Custoza and Bardolino.
The eastern shore of Lake Garda is dominated by the imposing mountain massif of Monte Baldo. It extends along almost half of the lake and is a popular place for hikers, bikers and paragliders.
In the face of this mountain scenery you will find some of the best known and popular resorts of Lake Garda. Torbole, Malcesine and Garda are part of the strongholds of the summer tourism.
However, there are also many other interesting towns and places to visit. From the seaside paradise through the amusement parks such as Gardaland to the idyllic town centers: the resorts on the eastern shore of Lake Garda will make your holidays or your weekend experience to be relived.
Malcesine, built around the castle of the Scala and the Palazzo dei Capitani, is located at the foot of Monte Baldo. The historic center exerts a particular fascination with the small port, squares, typical restaurants and cafés and the historic parish church of Santo Stefano and Benigno and Caro.
Malcesine is one of the holiday destinations most elegant and best-equipped of Lake Garda.
The country offers a wide range of sporting activities, such as sailing, windsurfing, water skiing, parasailing, tennis, minigolf and biking. One of the most famous sailing club based in Malcesine with the performance of its best athletes, aims to conquer not only Europe but the world.
A cable car takes you from Malcesine up to Monte Baldo (1760 m), which thanks to the many species of plants it contains, is called the botanical garden of Europe.
In winter it is a popular ski resort, with 11 km of trails in varying degrees of difficulty. In summer it becomes the ideal starting point for paragliding above Malcesine on Lake Garda. The mountain bikers prefer instead the dirt trails for downhill.
The painter Gustav Klimt was one of the most famous guests to Malcesine. In the summer of 1913 he painted two of his most famous landscapes, inspired precisely by Malcesine and Cassone.