The best beaches in Lazise

The beaches of Lazise are among the best in the entire Lake Garda, many of them are sandy and well-maintained thanks to the presence of campsites in the area.

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Lazise is one of the most popular villages on the Veronese shore during the summer thanks to its historical charm, its lakeside promenade that allows for long relaxing walks and thanks to the many beaches that are present in the area and almost all easily reachable on foot.

Rose Beach

This is a free gravel beach with a small stone pier and a dock where you can lie down to sunbathe in the middle of the lake. Nearby there are all the necessary services and comforts such as bars, restaurants, and much more. The center of Lazise is practically a stone’s throw away.

Lazise Beach

This small beach is located in La Marra and is just outside the historic center of Lazise (accessed from Via Prà del Principe where the parking lot is also located), before the better-known Spiaggia d’Oro. It is a sandy beach, therefore rare on the Garda, almost 1km long where you can relax and spend a day also in the company of the bars and restaurants that cover the area.

Golden Beach

Perhaps the most beautiful in the area, belonging to the homonymous campsite, with very fine sand that reaches the lake. Golden Beach is a real gem and has nothing to envy compared to seaside beaches. Moreover, the services are top-class thanks to the fact (precisely) of being a beach mainly for those who spend their holidays camping.

La Quercia Beach (north of Lazise)

Spiagge di Lazise

A beach with very fine sand that is located just north of Lazise, easily reachable on foot from the center. La Quercia Beach belongs to Camping La Quercia and, for non-guests of the campsite, can only be reached on foot by passing along the lakeside promenade. One of the best beaches in the area.

Porto Pacengo Beach (south of Lazise)

You can park at the end of Via Porto and in front of you will find Porto Pacengo Beach, a strip of land in grass and gravel that will allow you to relax 100%. For those looking for a less crowded place than usual, Porto Pacengo Beach is the right place, especially during the week. From here, furthermore, you can proceed along the lakeside promenade to reach the nearby Peschiera or Lazise itself.

Guglia Pacengo Beach

As in the beach just described above, you can park at the end of Via Porto and, instead of going south (where the Porto beach is located), you go north, and therefore towards Lazise, where you will immediately find the Guglia Pacengo Beach. It is a free sandy beach with the possibility of renting sun loungers and umbrellas.

Bosca Pacengo Beach

Even further north from Guglia beach is Bosca beach. You can park in the homonymous parking lot and then take a few steps and lie down on this free gravel beach served by all the necessary services.

Fossalta Beach

Still heading north (starting from Porto Pacengo beach which I remind you is located much south of Lazise), you will find Fossalta beach with a sandy and small gravel terrain.

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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