Summer Garda Magazine – September 2016

//Summer Garda Magazine – September 2016

Summer Garda-How? When? Why?

Don’t worry! If you missed the this months issue of the Giornale Di Brescia’s Summer Garda magazine you’ll be able to keep up with all of it’s valuable content here and by following the Love Lake Garda blog and events calendar. Below is an article from this months magazine, you can read the full magazine here.

Summer has almost passed but the show goes on!

September concludes the season but Lake Garda still offers plenty to do!

Holidays in September??
For anyone who hates chaos and would rather relax and enjoy themselves, the last stages of summer are the best. As such, during September on the lake, summer is still well and truly alive; both in terms of climate and entertainment which continue uninterrupted. In short, Lake Garda’s tourist industry is not quite ready to close its doors.

September is a time of harvest and for numerous food and wine festivals that offer flavours of the
forthcoming autumn, from truffles to mushrooms, from spit roast to game. Street festivals continue along the coast as the last opportunity to spend pleasant evenings outdoors, and there are also
excursions and guided walks; certainly more enjoyable during this period when the summer heat has
died down.

For sports enthusiasts and lovers of sailing, September is also the month of the big regattas, including the Gorla Trophy and most importantly the legendary Centomiglia; the queen of sailing challenges on Lake Garda.

There is no lack of concerts, tours, exhibition-markets and many other activities…

On the lake summer is drawing to a close, but the holiday continues.

Giornale di Brescia
Click the expand button below to read more in September edition of Summer Garda!
Giornale di Brescia
By |2017-02-05T14:22:19+00:00September 15th, 2016|Categories: Summer Garda Magazine|Tags: , |0 Comments

About the Author:

I have been visiting Lake Garda since 1998 and have grown to love the region so much that when I come here it is like coming home. Needless to say I am very familiar with the region and I would like to share what I know with you. As you may from my pages my particular passions are the local food and wine.

Leave A Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.