Piccolo Mondo Hotel

The Piccolo Mondo Hotel is renowned for its fabulous service and hospitality. The same family have owned the property for generations and they have a hands-on approach to their work.

When the sun’s out, you’ll want to be near the outdoor pool and whirlpool – and the area also comes with plenty of sunloungers and parasols.

In the morning, the breakfast room is incredibly welcoming and you can make the most of the views thanks to the floor-to-ceiling windows. In the evenings, you’ll be served a four-course dinner. If you’re dining with kids, early meals are available.

Overview of Torbole

If you want to get the adrenaline pumping on your holiday to Lake Garda, Torbole is the place to be. The town is a favourite with water-sports enthusiasts, including both beginners and professionals. In summer, the lake is dotted with windsurfers and due to the conditions, water-sports festivals are regularly held here.

The centre of Torbole is also filled with a number of delights. Expect to spend your days away from the Piccolo Mondo Hotel wandering the cobbled streets, enjoying meals in bustling piazzas and strolling along the picture-perfect promenade.

Things to do in Torbole

The Piccolo Mondo Hotel is located a short stroll from the centre of town and the lakefront, so you’re ideally situated for both exploring and relaxing. The River Sarca runs alongside the hotel. It runs all the way down to the lake and is the perfect spot if you’re looking for some rest and relaxation.

When you’d rather explore, the lakefront is only a 10-minute stroll away. There are a number of pebble beaches that are ideal for sunbathing on the shoreline and the area is also backed by restaurants and bars where you can soak up the view.

Away from the lakefront, walking is a popular pastime. You can walk to Riva del Garda along the promenade, or take the hillside walk to Nago.

Torbole is a picturesque lakeside town with plenty of charm and incredible views – the perfect spot to relax and take in the spectacular scenery.


Resort Summary

Nestled on the northern shores of Lake Garda, Torbole is everything you would expect from a traditional Italian town. With winding pedestrianised streets, bustling piazzas and a promenade lined with pretty buildings, the resort is best explored on foot. The harbour is the town’s main hub, where you can catch a ferry and explore the other lakeside hamlets and towns.

Torbole is also well known as a holiday destination for watersport lovers, including both beginners and pros. In the summer months, the northern part of the lake is dotted with windsurfers and kitesurfers, with watersport festivals held in the town throughout July and August.