Catullo Hotel

The popular Catullo Hotel overlooks the fishing port in the historic centre of Bardolino and the hotel owners pride themselves in offering friendly hospitality and comfortable rooms.

The rectangular outdoor pool is a good size and is surrounded by relaxing sunloungers and parasols. To the side, there’s a separate whirlpool, too.

If you’re spending your day exploring, the hotel’s continental breakfast will set you up for the day – don’t miss the weekly Champagne breakfast on a Friday. If you don’t want to travel far for an evening meal, book a table at the hotel’s popular lakefront a la carte restaurant.

Overview of Bardolino

Bardolino is a thriving resort that’s a hub of activity. On the waterfront near the Catullo Hotel, ferries transport passengers heading on lake-wide adventures, while the old town has a bustling and traditional atmosphere.

When you choose Bardolino for your holiday to Lake Garda, you’ll have all the best bits of this beautiful location close by. You can spend your days relaxing on the lake’s beaches, taking a dip in its tranquil waters or enjoying beverages in sunny piazzas. When you want some adventure, you can walk to Garda along the promenade.

Things to do in Bardolino

The Catullo Hotel is located on the lakefront, so one of the best attractions in Bardolino is literally on your doorstep. If you’d like to explore the majesty of the lake and the surrounding towns, the ferry port is only a couple of minutes’ walk away.

Away from the lakefront, you can visit the old town. You’ll encounter medieval architecture including frescoed churches, old city walls and the ruins of a castle. There’s also a winemaking industry in the town, so ask for a local favourite to accompany your evening meal in the street-side restaurants – pizza and pasta are always on the menu!

The beauty of Bardolino will inspire you, and you’ll leave with hundreds of wonderful memories.

Resort Summary

Known for its thriving atmosphere, Italian holidays to Bardolino conjure up images of relaxing days wandering between streetside cafés, browsing boutique shops and sipping cool beverages on sunny piazzas. The waterfront is a hub of activity, with the comings and goings of ferries transporting passengers across the water and a charming promenade which extends for 3km to Garda.

Brimming with history, Bardolino is home to an array of medieval architecture, including frescoed churches, old city walls and ruins from a 14th century castle. It’s also well known for its wine making industry, which dates back to the Roman era.