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.

Assenza and the other hamlets

Assenza di Brenzone is a small town with a very mild climate, situated in a green environment, rich in lake vegetation consisting of olive trees, oaks, cypresses, almond trees and oleanders, just a few steps from the lake shore and offers every kind of comfort and services: from the traditional restaurant to the comfortable berth for small boats, diving center sailing club, walks and tours to Mount Baldo.

Behind Castelletto, Magugnano, Porto and Assenza, larger centers that are reflected over the Garda area, equally charming villages (that make Brenzone a kaleidoscope of history) are climbing in the hinterland, on the hills, between the green of olive and chestnut trees are Castello, Sommavilla, Pozzo, Borago, Boccino, Biaza, Fasor and, last but not least, Campo, a medieval village, now uninhabited and accessible only on foot. Prada Alta is situated at 1000 meters above sea level, is a place for mountain holiday resort and the starting point of the lifts that lead to the visistatori huts, alpine pastures, to discover the Monte Baldo, called "Garden of Europe."


The City of Malcesine counts 3.800 inhabitants, is located on the eastern shore of Lake Garda; is the last town in the north of the Province of Verona, on the border with Trentino.

Malcesine is Orange Flag of the Italian Touring Club, a brand of eco-environmental quality, and the recognition of an offer of excellence and quality hospitality, for which assignment and maintaining the Touring takes into consideration the following areas: reception, receptivity and complementary services, tourist attraction factors, environmental quality, structure and quality of the resort.

The history of Malcesine revolves around the Scaliger Castle (well-preserved and home to the Museum of Natural Science, Local History, the Venetian galleys in addition to the room dedicated to JW Goethe stay in Malcesine) and the Palace of the Captains of the Lake of the Most Serene Republic of Venice. Two historic buildings, but still alive and vital, two cultural containers in which they organize theater performances, music concerts, art exhibitions, and where they celebrate more than 300 weddings a year, mainly British couples conquered by the magic of the place, of light, of colors.