The (best) beaches of Torri del Benaco

Some of the most underrated beaches on this shore can be found in Torri del Benaco: start from the city center and then move towards Punta San Vigilio.

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Torri del Benaco is one of the most famous towns on the Veronese coast of Lake Garda, a quiet place that is ideal for spending time relaxing and enjoying a pleasant aperitif on the lakeside, perhaps after a beautiful day spent on the beach.

Yes, because despite not being particularly famous for its beaches, in Torri you can also think of “installing” your sunbed and diving into the lake water. I didn’t find many beaches in the area, sometimes even just a few meters, which is why I felt like writing only about those beaches that can be defined as such for their length, width, and services.

Sbocco Valle Randina Beach

Personally, this is my favorite, but it always depends on people’s tastes. I really like the fact that this beach is practically just a stone’s throw from the “center” so that I can enjoy both the relaxation of the beach and the beauty of the town. And after all, do we really hate an aperitif on the lakeside in one of the many bars present? Absolutely not!

It is very popular with locals, easily accessible and certainly very quiet. The beach is made of gravel and develops more in width than in length, located in the bay of the pines.

Sunset Beach

The Sunset Beach is located practically in front of the Scaligero Castle and essentially next to the ferry dock that travels the Torri-Maderno route. It is a beach very popular with young people as in the evening it becomes an ideal place for an aperitif right on the lake.

The beach is chargeable with the possibility of renting straw sunbeds and umbrellas that are very reminiscent of those of the fantastic Caribbean countries. Surely the Sunset Beach is a place of fun, just a stone’s throw from the center!

Lido Brancolino Beach

The Lido Brancolino Beach is certainly the best known in the area, it is not exactly in Torri but halfway between the town and Punta San Vigilio, on the SS249. It is a private gravel beach, chargeable to access, with all the necessary services: umbrellas, sunbeds, bar, toilets.

You might struggle to find parking in this area, so what I recommend is to get there on two wheels to avoid coming across imaginative parking lots that only lead to salty fines useful for ruining your day.

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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