A millennial village on Lake Garda
Lazise, a town with a history stretching back thousands of years, lies on the eastern shore of Lake Garda, in the province of Verona.
The small village of Roman origins has a clear medieval imprint, as can be seen from the walls, gates, narrow streets and the Scaliger Castle. Visitors are attracted by the promenade along the lake to the characteristic little harbour. In fact, Lazise's geographical location guarantees a position of great scenic value.
This is enhanced by some significantly historical architectures. Such as the 18th-century Church of Saints Zeno and Martin, in neoclassical style with its five bells, or the 12th-century Church of St Nicholas, near the old port, in Romanesque style. Or the Antica Dogana Veneta, a monumental 14th-century building, commissioned by Cangrande della Scala as his own canal on the lake.
Lazise can also count on the presence of a thermal spring, known as Terme di Colà or Terme di Villa dei Cedri, an unmissable destination for wellness holiday lovers. Fun and entertainment opportunities also thanks to the nearby attractions of amusement parks, first and foremost Gardaland.