Le Palme Hotel

With traditional Venetian decor and an outdoor pool with whirlpools, the Le Palme Hotel provides you with a great taste of Italian history.

This was Limone’s very first hotel. Originally a 17th-century villa, the hotel has been carefully renovated over the years, but still retains much of its traditional feel.

Right on Lake Garda, steps away from the ferry port, you will feel very much a part of the historic charm.

There’s plenty of luxury everywhere you look, too. The sun terrace in the old lemon house puts on live music most evenings And you’ll get gorgeous views of the lake from the pool.

Overview of Limone

When you go on a holiday to Lake Garda, you’ll see Italy’s largest lake, mountains dramatically framing the water and medieval forts that showcase the stories of time gone by. If you’re looking for the best scenery available, you’ll struggle to find somewhere more diverse or beautiful than Lake Garda.

Limone is on the northwest shore of Lake Garda and it has some of the area’s most breathtaking scenery. At this idyllic cliff side resort, you’ll find relaxing boat rides, nature trails and sun-kissed beaches.

Le Palme Hotel has Limone’s highlights right on its doorstep so whether you’re looking to explore the trails or just relax and be mesmerised by the views, the choice is yours.

Things to do in Limone

The Le Palme Hotel is right in the heart of Limone, so you can easily wander the town’s cobbled streets, stop for an ice-cold spritz or admire the geranium-covered buildings.

Away from the town centre, explore the lemon groves that line the town or take a boat to explore the lake and its waterside towns. The cruises make regular stops, so you could spend each day in a different town before returning home.

When you stay in Limone, you’ll be captivated by its true beauty – it’s a destination loved by romantics and you’ll fall in love with it immediately.


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.