Doria

The Doria is a warm and welcoming base for a holiday to Lake Garda. The staff are incredibly friendly, and you’ll never struggle for a local recommendation.

The hotel has its own cafe/bar, so you can enjoy a buffet breakfast, pick up snacks during the day or have a relaxing pre-dinner drink. The hotel’s location means that the self-catering board basis is ideal for sampling the many local restaurants.

Each apartment has a kitchenette for when you want to make your own meals. It comes with hot plates, a fridge and a coffee machine.

Overview of Garda

Garda has everything you’d want in a traditional lakeside town. The pretty waterfront is a great place for a stroll, its cobbled streets are packed with cafes, and there’s even a tree-lined promenade where you can gaze across the lake.

The town is named after the lake it sits next to, and as you’d expect, many guests who stay at the Doria spend a lot of their time on the waterfront. You can stroll along the shores, take a dip to escape the heat or even catch a boat ride.

Things to do in Garda

The Doria’s location is a real winner because you’re only a short stroll away from the centre of Garda and the lakeside.

The old town of Garda is brimming with history. The streets are winding and pedestrianised, so they’re easy to explore. They’re also lined with traditional restaurants and street-side cafes, so you can relax and soak up the atmosphere.

You can spend your days relaxing on one of the glorious beaches and looking out over the lake. Walk in either direction along the promenade and you’ll come across plenty of places to lay your towel. Garda is known as the capital of the lake – it’s a stunning resort packed with history, and it’s easy to see why it’s such a sought-after holiday destination.


Resort Summary

With mountainous scenery and a stunning lake right on its doorstep, it’s easy to see why Garda is such a sought-after Italian holiday destination. One of the area’s busiest resorts, the town’s main hub is its sun-kissed promenade which extends for over a mile. Lined with streetside cafés and gelato shops, the waterfront makes for a pleasant stroll at any time of day.

Brimming with history and culture, Garda’s old town consists of winding, pedestrianised streets filled with intimate restaurants and boutique shops which stay open late into the evening.

When the sun goes down, the streets come alive with a vibrant atmosphere of live music and street performers – perfect for pre-dinner entertainment.