An easy and carefree day along the cycle/pedestrian path Lazise – Bardolino – Garda.

A destination dedicated to fun that brings everyone together: sportsmen, food lovers, lovers of walking through beautiful alleys and shops.

In this period, the desire to be outdoors always peeps out. The Lazise – Bardolino – Garda cycle / pedestrian path represents the right compromise between physical activity, the warm season that is pressing and a lunch on the lakeside warmed by the spring sun.

Time lapse between Bardolino and Garda. ©️gardaoutdoors

Which villages does the Lazise – Bardolino – Garda cycle/pedestrian path cross?

From south to north you pass through 4 beautiful villages all located in the province of Verona: Lazise, ​​Cisano, Bardolino and Garda.

Where can I park to go to the Lazise – Bardolino – Garda cycle/pedestrian path?

In each of the 4 towns it crosses there are convenient and capacious paid parking lots. Obviously we recommend, if you want to travel the entire track, to use the Bardolino or Garda car parks.

How long is the Lazise – Bardolino – Garda cycle/pedestrian path?

The stretch is about 18 km round trip, completely flat.

Is the Lazise – Bardolino – Garda cycle/pedestrian path also suitable for children?

This route is suitable for everyone, you can safely use prams and strollers and bring dogs on a leash.

What can I do along the Lazise – Bardolino – Garda cycle/pedestrian path?

In addition to visiting the suggestive historic centers of the 4 villages it crosses, also dotted with beautiful shops for shopping, there are many bars and “pieux dans l’eau” kiosks, restaurants, equipped beaches (along the route we point out Il Cisanino Bar & Grill – Via Peschiera 2/b Cisano di Bardolino – tel. 333.852.8982 and the Cavalla Beach Bar – Lungolago Europa in Garda) and free. In some places you can see enchanting reeds (typical of the southern part of Garda), as well as a rich lake fauna, such as ducks, mallards, coots, gulls, swans.

When is it better to go to the Lazise – Bardolino – Garda cycle/pedestrian path?

This route is quite busy during the summer months and weekends. If you want to cycle along it during the high season, we recommend avoiding peak times and taking advantage of the early morning and evening hours around sunset, to avoid going on like the Flintstones with your feet on the ground so as not to miss the equilibrium.

It is beautiful in all periods of the year and even in winter it offers views of unique colors for lovers of photography and tranquility. The sunset time, which sets the water and the horizon on fire, is certainly the most exciting and introspective.

Ps: if you want to discover other beautiful cycle and pedestrian paths around the Garda shores we recommend the Brenzone-Navene and Limone sul Garda.

See you next time dear Outdoors!

Silvia Turazza – Garda Outdoors editorial staff

Silvia Turazza

According to the art of onomancy, the meaning of my name is described as follows: "it lives in the woods, sylvan and wild". Sometimes fate knows the way before you, and forges you with the most akin experiences. I live in the heart of Lake Garda in Castelletto di Brenzone. Passionate about trekking, photography and writing, which I combine in small adventures. If you are looking for me, you will find me in the forest overlooking the lake... with my Roberto and Gea.