The Mount Baldo massif is situated between the River Adige and Lake Garda, in a strategic position that makes him preserve both geological and prehistoric findings of great interest. It is also a witness to important events that have marked history and a natural oasis that is perfectly intact.
Seen from the south, on a clear winter’s day, Mount Baldo stands in all its impressive beauty: a candid white peak and slopes already warmed by the first breezes of spring.
The lake climate influence on the mountain allows many different natural environments to co-exist, from the Mediterranean scrub to the pastures and rocks on the higher peaks.
It is thanks to these particular features that Mount Baldo has earned the name of “Garden of Europe;” veritable interconnection between the Alps and the Mediterranean.