The large portion of land in the south of Lake Garda, which extends over five areas – Desenzano, Siromione, Pozzolengo, Lonato and Peschiera – and which finishes in the Morainic hills, is called Lugana.

This particular clayey area, formed after the ice age, was originally a marshy forest but thanks to human intervention it has become a thriving and prosperous place characterised by the presence of minerals. They, along with the gentle breezes from the lake and the mild climate, are essential for the cultivation of vines that produce the famous brand of wine: Lugana Doc.

But the Morainic territory also offers so much more to visitors: The Tower of San Martino, The Rocca of Solferino and The Mincio Regional Park Nature Reserve of Castellaro Lagusello, all contribute to making the whole region a must-see and rare beauty.

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