Nago

Nago holidays


This quaint little town sits on a steep hill above the lake and has the look and feel of an alpine village thanks to its rows of evergreens, chalet-style houses and wrap-around mountains. Love wild walks, panoramic views and picnics? Then it’s time to go to Nago.
Hotel Continental Nago
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£802pp
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  • Birmingham, Wed 02 Oct 2024
  • 7 Nights, Half Board
  • 2 Adults, 0 Children

Hotel Continental Nago

Nago, Lake Garda

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  • Ideal for an active holiday
  • Complimentary shuttle bus to resort centre
  • Quiet setting
  • Complimentary bike hire
  • Relaxing outdoor pool area
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About town

Things here are pretty laid-back, which is all part of the appeal. You’ve got all the usual ingredients of a lakeside town – banks, grocery shops and a handful of tasty pizzerias. Further out by the shoreline in neighbouring Torbole, there’s a holiday vibe around the café-lined harbour and pretty pebble beach. The waters lend themselves nicely to sports too: sailing, surfing, swimming – it’s all going on.

Take a hike

Wonderful walking trails mapped out with picnic plots and beauty spots make this a walker’s paradise. After a nosy around the impressive Forte di Nago, pick up the centuries-old Holy Lucia’s Road nearby, and follow it through a patchwork of fragrant olive groves and twisting vineyards towards Torbole. And don’t forget your camera – the sweeping views up here are just something else.

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