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You will find a lovely atmosphere in the town and the locals are most hospitable indeed. The backdrop of mountains and green hills is nothing less than a scenic dream. Furthermore when you wander the charismatic lanes of the towns and the waterfront, you will find many a friendly eatery offering a tasty bite.

Limone named after the lemons

The town has fewer than 1000 inhabitants and the local industries are chiefly fishing and lemons. The latter plays a role in the town’s name, which translated to English means ‘lemon’. Lemons have been growing on this side of the lake since the 14th century, thanks to the mild weather conditions.

Swim in the lake

When the suns is beating down and you want to cool down, you can take a swim in the lake from a number of small pebble lake beaches north of the town centre which includes a pay lido where you can hire sunbeds. There is also a large stony beach south of the centre. From the town you can take boat trips to various other towns on the lake and we particularly recommend a trip to Malcesine on the far shore.

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Take a tour from here

From Limone you can go on excursions to Verona, Venice, Vicenza, Riva del Garda and the other towns on Lake Garda. But you can also go hiking in the hinterland or visit the small lakes behind Lake Garda's western bank such as Lake Ledro, Idro and Tenno.

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