Salò is one of the most unspoilt towns on Lake Garda. Think Belle Epoque squares with charming cafés, boutiques and grand townhouses. It suits relaxed days of enjoying scenery and long lunches. It’s not difficult to find a nice quiet spot here to relax. We love strolling along the promenade every evening before dinner – it’s one of the longest in Lake Garda so you can work up an appetite before tucking into some local food and wine.
The town gets livelier on Saturday when the market comes and during the evening it’s not uncommon to hear live music in venues along the lake. It’s right next door to Gardone so you can easily explore the Heller Botanical Gardens, too.