Pebbles, grass, greenery all around, a lake reflecting the mountains. This is the landscape offered by the beaches of Torbole, loved by all fans of scenic landscapes, but especially by those who practice water sports.
Indeed, surfers and sailors know these beaches well in the northern area of the Garda, where the wind blows all year round. The beaches in the area are not few, and I present them in geographical order, with some “star” ratings for the best ones!
The Torbole lakeside beach
For those who want to follow the Garda, this beach stretches from the Sarca river mouth to the roundabout with the bar at Sega. Recently renovated, it offers facilities with showers, snack bars, restaurants, benches; you can also find the Villa Cian Park with the beach volleyball court if you like to play, and the Pavese Park with a play area or to enjoy some shade.
The water is crystal clear, and the scenery is spectacular, so it’s well worth stopping at a free beach. The Sega beach area is the most equipped, where you can rent sun loungers and umbrellas at the bar of the same name. It is also the most windy beach among those in Torbole.
Often frequented by surfers, because the wind conditions on this coastline are excellent, and there is also a sailing school nearby. It is an excellent point in Torbole also for cyclists – as it is crossed by a cycle path.
A 4-star beach along the Garda!
The Lido Blu beach
This Garda coast is always made of white pebbles and some green areas; often popular with surfers and sailors who come from all over Europe attracted by the excellent winds, perfect in this area to sail on the lake.
The Lido Blu beach is nothing but the beginning of the Torbole territory (and therefore coming from Riva, it is the first one that can be approached): it is a private beach of the Lido Blu Hotel, which is located before the Torbole lakeside and its beach already mentioned in the first point, which also houses a Surf Center. The area of the beach is equipped with showers, bars, restaurants, a volleyball court, sunbeds, and umbrellas.
A lively and dynamic 4-star beach.
Conca d’Oro beach
In this Torbole location, which houses the Conca d’Oro Port, a new beach has recently been created, by the same urban planning studio that took care of the Limone suspended cycle path. Below the lake level, there is a submerged base that creates support for gravel, cliffs, and grass.
A challenge to create a beach in a stretch of coast always under the action of erosion from the waves, and with a deep seabed. Nearby is the green beach of Circolo Vela Torbole, which is a private beach.
A 3-star beach, but improving!
The Lucertole beach and the Corno di Bo’ beach (for the more adventurous)
Not far from the center of Torbole (and therefore already “out of town” if we want to say it a little more precisely), is the Lucertole beach: famous because it represents a truly unique and I would say even “livable” landscape for a few enthusiasts. In fact, the beach is very small, as it is located in a strip of land between the Garda and a rock that drops sheer to the lake. It is a cliff (coast with steep walls) that creates a spectacular space and beautiful to live, perhaps after a climb on the rocks that dominate it: enough with the words, it is the beach for enthusiasts of climbing.
You can reach the Lucertole beach not too simply, because the parking lot is very small and it is often reached by those who love to walk and climb.
Nearby, there is also the Corno di Bo’ beach, hidden but worth seeing, always under a steep wall that reaches the shore. You can reach it by descending along a steep path, and it is for the more adventurous.
A 5-star beach for the views and natural uniqueness.