Villa Mulino Hotel

Originally built as a flour mill, the Villa Mulino Hotel has retained many of its original features.

This small and cosy hotel has excellent, friendly staff and is a truly unique place to stay during your holiday to Lake Garda. There’s plenty of Italian charm here, from the lovely restaurant to the outdoor pool and the regular evenings of live music.

On lazy days, there’s plenty to do at the hotel. You can take a dip in the pool, play table tennis, relax on the terrace or grab a drink at the bar. After the sun sets, you’ll have the chance to let loose and dance to live music.

Overview of Garda

With gorgeous mountain scenery and a stunning lake right on the doorstep, it’s easy to see why Garda’s one of Italy’s most popular holiday destinations.

It’s also one of the busiest resorts in the Lake Garda region, but you’ll never feel stressed or cramped for room, as the town’s sun-kissed promenade extends for over a mile. It’s a pleasant place for a stroll at any time of day and, whenever you need a break, it’s lined with cafes and gelato shops.

The town’s also brimming with history and culture, so when you leave the Villa Mulino Hotel and visit the old town, there’s plenty to explore.

Things to do in Garda

The Villa Mulino Hotel is only a five-minute walk away from the centre of Garda. Full of winding, pedestrianised streets, it’s the perfect place for an evening meal, as intimate restaurants line every street. It’s also a great spot to soak up the atmosphere, as live music is performed regularly.

After a 10-minute stroll, you’ll reach the lakefront. There are glorious beaches everywhere, so you can lay down your towel and unwind. If you’d rather explore other towns by the lake, ferry tours are available.

With pretty panoramas, cobbled streets and a beach-lined promenade, Garda has everything you’d expect from a traditional lakeside town.

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.