Brenzone's area includes several hamlets: partially near the lake and gathered around their harbor (Castelletto, Magugnano, Porto and Assenza); others in the hinterland, on the slopes of Monte Baldo and surrounded by ancient olive groves (Fasor, Campo, Boccino, Castle, Venzo, Marniga, Borago, Pozzo, Sommavilla, Zignago); and, finally, in the mountains (Prada).
Brenzone claims to be a favorite destination for sports fans: the lake, with its rippling waters, represents the "ideal training ground" for windsurfing, kitesurfing and sailing. Many paths that climb the Monte Baldo, then allow long walks on foot or by bike.
From the majestic olive groves that surround the villages of Brenzone is born an excellent Extra Virgin Olive Oil, made strictly by cold pressing and recognized under the brand D.O.P.. From the remains of ancient settlements, the numerous medieval churches, the territory of Brenzone is rich in history and traditions, even culinary. Traditions that are still found today in the many religious festivals that mark the whole year.