Siren Bay on Lake Garda: discover the Beach and the Park

On the rocky point above Garda you will find an equipped beach, the Bay of the Sirens (baia delle sirene), where nature and water create a unique atmosphere... let's discover it!

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For those looking for the most beautiful beaches of Lake Garda, this bay can certainly be a destination to remember. To see it, just go to the surroundings of Garda and Punta San Vigilio, on the eastern shore of Lake Garda, with a walk that goes through the Siren Bay Park. Alternatively, you can reach it on foot from the lakeside: the important thing is not to miss this landscape, if you are on vacation on Lake Garda!

Baia delle Sirene beach

Arriving at the Park, you will find a relaxing landscape where nature offers plenty of greenery until the shores of Lake Garda, including ancient olive trees. Descending towards a cove that creates a bay where you can swim or sunbathe on the sun loungers.

The Baia delle Sirene beach is not free, but it is a paid beach that still offers (included in the entrance ticket) parking services, rental of sun loungers and deck chairs. If you decide to stop here, you will have at your disposal cabins, showers, two restaurant areas and a bar, ice cream shop, picnic tables, ping pong tables and a TV area.

For children, there is also a mini club and a dedicated play area, which also features daily animation programs for the little ones. For those who love animals and want to bring them to the bay, admission is free for dogs but they must be kept on a leash.

In addition, there are areas within the Baia delle Sirene Park where you can organize picnics or stop to eat and relax in the shade of the vegetation and the sun. A small corner of relaxation, immersed in greenery, which can also be reached by car, since there is a parking lot in the direction of Torri del Benaco. You can park cars, motorcycles, bikes, and campers – remember that you can park but not camp.

As a rule, access to Baia delle Sirene Park is possible from May 10th to September 29th every day, and high season starts from June 1st to September 1st.

Prices and hours for the Baia delle Sirene on Lake Garda

Baia delle Sirene Beach in Garda is a private beach, so an entrance ticket is required. The cost to access the Baia delle Sirene Park varies depending on the season: prices differ during the summer season between high season (from June 1st to September 1st) and low season (from September 2nd to September 29th).


During high season, entrance is allowed from 9:30 AM to 8:00 PM.

The cost of the ticket for the Bay of Mermaids is €13 for adults, reduced to €10 after 2:30 PM, and super-reduced (after 4:30 PM) to €5.

For children from 3 to 12 years old, the entrance fee is €6, and this rate is also applied to self-sufficient disabled persons, reduced to €4 after 2:30 PM and super-reduced to €3 after 4:30 PM.


During the low season, from September 2nd to September 29th, the access hours to the bay are from 10 am to 5 pm, and in the Bay of Mermaids Park, visitors can access from 10 am to 7 pm.

The entrance fees are €8 for adults, with a reduced price of €5 after 3 pm, while for children (aged 3-12) the cost is €4 with a reduction to € 2 after 3 pm.

For those who want to frequently visit the park, even for a longer vacation on the Veronese shore of Lake Garda, there are also advantageous entrance packages available:

-10 entries to Baia delle Sirene costs € 90
-14 entries cost € 120
-30 entries cost € 210

After the cash registers close (6 pm during high season, 5 pm during low season), access to the beach is free until 9 pm or later on weekends. Music, cocktails, and a magnificent landscape attract many people who flock to the area around Lake Garda. During this time, bars and restaurants are open: a perfect setting for a sunset aperitif on Lake Garda!

Origin of the name “Bay of Sirens” on Lake Garda

One interesting fact about the name of the bay is that it seems to originate from the fact that the waters of the lake are often stirred up by whirlpools, and legend has it that the sirens appeared to fishermen while they were resting in this bay during a hot summer.

Ciao lettore 🙂 Sono Michele, ho 30 anni e vivo sul Lago di Garda, più precisamente a Toscolano Maderno. La passione e la bellezza di questo territorio mi hanno spinto a condividere con voi i miei migliori consigli e tutto ciò che riguarda il Lago di Garda. Se avete bisogno di informazioni ulteriori commentate l'articolo e vi risponderò in 24 ore! Buon viaggio a tutti!


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