All Azzurro Hotel

At the All Azzurro Hotel, you can spend your days alternating between swimming in the outdoor pool and sunbathing on the rooftop sun terrace.

The hotel’s restaurant has panoramic views, so you can enjoy buffet breakfasts and dinners against the backdrop of the shimmering water. In the evening, the rooftop terrace is the place to be – and it’s the perfect spot to watch the sunset.

The swimming pool is a decent size and overlooks the lake. It’s even got a whirlpool section and it’s surrounded by loungers. For even better views out across the water, head to the lakeside bar.

Overview of Limone

Limone is home to some of Italy’s most breathtaking scenery. At the All Azzurro Hotel, you’re invited to wander along the bustling waterfront, wind through the cobbled streets of the town and explore the surrounding lemon groves.

Limone only became accessible by road in the 1930s and it still feels authentic and exclusive to this day. When you choose Limone for your holiday to Lake Garda, you’ll have the chance to enjoy boat trips, relaxing afternoons on the beach and spots of local history.

Things to do in Limone

If you like to have everything on your doorstep, the All Azzurro Hotel is the ideal place. It has a central location on the lakeside and is right next to the ferry departure point, so it’s easy to explore the other towns that surround the lake.

Head into the town centre and you can enjoy the peaceful atmosphere. Many of the buildings are covered in geraniums and the cafes spill out onto the streets, so you can enjoy a spritz while you admire the architecture.

Down on the front, take a stroll along the promenade lined with cafes and restaurants. For something more relaxing, you can swim in the lake and cool off! The perfect setting for a stroll, a boat trip or a sightseeing adventure, Limone is a place of outstanding natural beauty.

Resort Summary

Perched on a rocky cliff with sweeping views across Lake Garda and the Monte Baldo mountain, Limone is renowned for its spectacular surroundings. The town has a peaceful atmosphere, where relaxed days can be spent wandering around the cobbled streets, admiring the geranium-covered buildings and sipping an ice-cold spritz in a waterfront café.

Limone is also famous for its fragrant lemon groves that line the surrounding hills. Visitors on holiday to Italy can learn about the town’s intriguing history of cultivating citrus fruits at the Lemon Museum and garden, while there’s also the chance to take home a unique lemon-themed souvenir from one of the many gift shops.