Idania Hotel

Located only a short distance from the centre of Bardolino, the Idania Hotel is relaxed and family friendly. You’ll even be greeted with a drink on arrival.

The rooms at the hotel are bright and comfortable. Although they’re compact and simply decorated, they all come with a TV, a hairdryer and a safe. You’ll also either have air conditioning or a ceiling fan.

The pool area outside catches the very best of the sun. There’s also a children’s section where little ones can splash around.

During the day, there’s a packed entertainment schedule. After dinner, drinks are available in the lounge and bar.

Overview of Bardolino

Holidays to Lake Garda are unique, providing a diverse and beautiful setting. Known for its thriving atmosphere, holidays to Bardolino are about relaxing days in street cafes, time spent browsing boutiques and catching the sun in the large piazzas.

The waterfront in Bardolino is a hub of activity. Only a short stroll away from the Idania Hotel, here you can sit and watch as the ferries transport passengers across the lake or wander along the charming promenade that extends for three kilometres across to Garda. Remember to take your camera on this seafront walk so you can capture the very best views.

Things to do in Bardolino

With a stay at the Idania Hotel, you’re only 600 metres away from the centre of Bardolino and 700 metres from the ferry point.

The picturesque old town includes a bustling promenade lined with cafes and bars. They’re great spots to soak up the lakeside atmosphere and enjoy some of the town’s fabulous wines.

Dotted around the shore, there are also plenty of beaches where you can grab awe-inspiring views of the finest lake in Italy. Many of these beaches are made of pebbles, but Lazise includes a man-made beach where you can recline on soft sands.

On your holiday to Bardolino, you’ll find the very best of Lake Garda right on your doorstep. Known for the mesmerising views and the tranquil waters, in Bardolino you’ll also discover so much more to enjoy.


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.