Between Bardolino and Peschiera lies the town of Lazise, whose name comes from “lacenses” that means “lacustrine place”.
The ancient nucleus of the town has medieval origin; it is surrounded by the walls erected by the Scaliger Family in the 14th century and its charming setting is dominated by the castle. With its picturesque nooks Lazise is an enchanting place especially the square (piazza) and the small port, still animated by fishermen’s boats.
The characteristic narrow alleys are full of shops and arcades with bars and restaurants face the small port of Lazise.
Things To See: The Castle • The Custon House • St. Nicolò’s Church • The city walls • St. Zeno’s Church
Sport: Mountain bike • Horse riding • Tennis • Fishing