Bardolino surroundings

Inhabited since prehistoric times, Bardolino owes its present form to the Lordship of the Scala, which surrounded it with walls, transforming it into an important walled city.
Within its walls you can visit several religious monuments such as the Church of San Zeno, dating from the second half of the ninth century, the Romanesque church of San Severo, decorated with frescos of XII - XIV century , those of St. Vitus and St. Nicholas, built between the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, the church of Santa Maria in Cisano, built in the twelfth century on the remains of a previous religious edifice of the seventh century, and the Monastery of St. Columban (XI century ), dependent on the abbey of St. Columban of Bobbio.
There are also numerous villas, all of the nineteenth century, among which Villa Bottagisio, with a park that occupies the entire northern part of the bay of Bardolino, and the beautiful Casa Ottolenghi, designed by the architect Carlo Scarpa. In addition to the Wine Museum and the Museum of Oil, in Bardolino you can also find the Sisà Museum, dedicated to ornithology, fishing and hunting in the area of Lake Garda. The museum aims to spread the ornithological traditions and the historical craft activities related to hunting and fishing widely practiced in the past in the Lower Garda.

Our services

  • Free WI FI
  • TV 42"
  • Air-conditioning
  • Linen included
  • Monitored car park
  • Breakfast on request
  • Pets allowed