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Ms. Anita Woithe
+49 (0)8341 - 600600
Our leisure tips
- Bike rental
- Biking/ cycling
- Bungee jumping
- High rope garden
- Horseback riding
- Hot springs
- Jet skiing
- Mountain biking
- Mountain hiking
- Nordic walking
- Open-air pool
- Rock climbing
- Scuba diving
- Shipping/boat trip
- Theme park
- Water sports
- Wine tasting
Holiday destination Italy-Lombardy-Lake Garda
TIGNALE - Unique and unforgettable
Thank to its peculiar position - on a plain between campione and Gargnano - on the west coast of the lake, with a wonderful view of the whole lake and of the opposite Mount Baldo, Tignale is one of the most charming destinations of Garda.
Medieval alleys and churches of historical and artistic relevance, but also comfortable hotels, coffee houses and restaurants, and many small shops are indicators of the high quality supply of Tignale.
Tignale stretches out from the lake until the high peaks over the town and indicates an extraordinary many-sided landscape, ideal for open air sport activities.
Tignale is many-sided and is always showing different scenarios. from the rough landscape along the stream S. Michele, to the terraced slopes planted with olive trees between Piovere and Oldesio, to the wide grazings with fruit trees, thick woods, large valleys and steep cliffs, down to the lake, with the small haven and the ancient lemon tree plantation Prà de la Fam, which has been recovered and restored and is now a museum, where you can see the description of the many phases of lemon colture during the centuries.
Between sky and water. Among the nubby olive trees and through centuries-old holm oaks runs the well groomed road to Tignale - a conglomerate of many small hamlets, whose centre is Gardola. Placed inside the natural park “Alto Garda Bresciano”, Tignale is one of the most preferred destinations of Garda.
Steep cliffs, wide green terraces, panoramic roads, tracks that twist and turn among crossings, mountains, woods and small villages of the inland.
Lake Garda offers many possibilities for the fans of water sports. Several sail courses incline children and adults towards this beautiful sport. For the fans of motorboats, in Gargnano there are boatyards and docks.
The Fauna - The world of marmot and chamois
Roe deers, deers, steinboks, eagles, marmots and chamois are only some of the many species of the area around Tignale. Come and see them during your walks inside the natural park.
The Flora - outstanding flowers with charming scent
The climatic peculiarity and the geological variety of the area around Tignale promote a rich typical mediterranean vegetation. Holm oaks, spruce firs, grand firs, beeches, hornbeams, oaks, cypresses, olive trees, magnolia, cedar trees, lemon trees, caper bushes and palm trees…a kind of eternal spring, which regenerates the soul and the body.
Sport in Tignale
Near the water sports you find here a large supply for anyone who loves mountain bike and bike sports.
If you like climbing with mountain bike along steep streets, Tignale is a perfect destination, due to its many trails, difficult or not, for fans or professional bikers. The landscape is extraordinarily many-sided, as it stretches out form the lake until the highest peaks, 1900 mt.: Cima Piemp, Passo Puria, Passo Fobia, Passo D’Ere, Bocca Paolone are only some of the destinations, that are worthwhile to be discovered.
Almost no dish is without olive oil. So the olive growers are here peculiarly attentive to the quality. The olives in Tignale traditionally derives from 100% biological colture. The ancient romans used to cultivate olive trees for getting oil. Still today the olives are hand-picked, but are then squeezed in a modern olive press, directly without storage. The oil of Tignale has a quite low acid content. As it has got an extremely balanced taste and velvety aroma, it is apt both with meat and fish.
Tignale is rich of truffles: here you find the ordinary black truffle (Tuber mesentericum), the special Perigord black truffle (Tuber melanosporum), the summer truffle and, with a little luck, the Burgundy Truffle (Tuber uncinatum).
A real experience for gourmets is the Truffle festival the first week of October.
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