Lake Garda is a real Italian jewel to visit. Besides its most famous villages, the multiple activities, the monasteries and museums, we'll tell you what are the experiences you do not expect, and that are definitely not to miss if you want to plan a trip to the lake!
Visualizza questo post su Instagram
Are you a diving-lover? Then you’d like to know that on Lake Garda you can give vent to your passion! If you're a beginner, don't worry... you'll find courses to learn how to dive in fresh water.
The deepest point of Lake Garda reaches a depth of 346 metres and is located in the area between Tignale and Castelletto. Temperatures are quite cold: in summer there are about 25°C in surface and 12°C at 30 meters-depth. If you go down a little further, you'll get to 7°C! But don't worry about the low temperatures: once you're underwater you'll see a lot of fish such as pikes, carps, perches and sunfishes.
For your descents into the depths do not forget a good wetsuit, the signal buoy and a torch. Along the lake there are several diving centers to contact to try this wonderful experience. There are also certified diving schools offering courses for beginners and experts.
A real diving paradise? The area of Porto San Nicolò in Riva del Garda. In this part you go down to 40 meters and between the depths there is a statue of Jesus 2 meters high and some wrecks from World War II.