Maximun 21 guest per visit...

You can discover

- a "Rocca", where there's an ancient convent

- the "Parco di Novezza" fascinating Botanical gardens where you can find an example of every plant that grows on Monte Baldo. (By the way, did you know that there's a carnivore plant that grows on Monte Baldo?).

Enjoy the beach life:

- to the lake at “Baia delle Sirene” - Punta San Vigilio, reachable in a few minutes by bus, but the beach is not equipped with toilets facilities for disabled people. Thanks to Foundation that runs the beach, our guests will accepted free of charge.

- at Gardacqua, on the hill behind the villa, accessible by bus in a few minutes and it has all facilities for disabled

And there's more!

During your holiday you can go on other special trips (depending on the season!)

- to Gardaland, Italy's biggest pleasure park where you'll find roller coster rides, jungle rapids, Egyptian kings , medieval knights and a lot of fun!

- Across Lake Garda - by ferry boat ! Sail serenely over the water to visit Sirmione, a beautiful town with a castle.

- Spend a day up a mountain! Climb up to 1545 metres and enter the secret lives of mountain animals such as deers and goats. See how cheese is made

- and maybe take some home ! Experience the cable car ride from Malcesine, another lakeside town with a castle ! Mountains and lake - you'll see everything as the cable car gently revolves 360° ! Don't worry, you won't get dizzy but you will have a really amazing view.

- Go and see an olive press in action "frantoio". There are many whispering olive trees on the hills of Lake Garda - you can see how olives are transformed into the famous Mediterranean olive oil.

-Trips aside, there's plenty to do back at the villa Dora !

- Spend your afternoons by the lake shore or have a treasure hunt in the gardens . Then perhaps dinner on the terrace to see the spectacular sunset over the lake. And then... time for a little ghost-hunting ! (But not for the faint-hearted . . .)

- And don't forget Shakespeares' Verona! Go and see Romeo and Juliet's balcony, and maybe visit the famous Roman anphitheatre where you can see concerts in the open air . No need to bring an umbrella to Italy in the summer! .