the Palm Sunday doves. - 14.3.2015

One of the most beautiful memories of the inhabitants of Limone sul Garda is the magic of the Palm Sunday doves.
Fathers and grandfathers cut off the new shoots of wild fig trees and bring them home. The children were waiting for them, curious to see the tools on the table.
Scissors, nails, various sticks and copper wires were the

The Fishing Museum - 5.12.2012

The local council of Limone sul Garda decided to open the Fishing Museum in order to remind us of the history of the town's old trades, crafts and traditions.
Limone sul Garda used to be a small village very much based on a simple rural economy of olive growing and fishing.
In the 1700s it turned its attention to the construction on the l

Long life in Limone - 11.10.2012

Limone sul Garda

Limone sul Garda, the lovely town on the Western banks of Lake Garda (province of Brescia) with less than one thousand inhabitants, recently took the international spotlight for the "longevity protein" found in the blood of several of its citizens. Limone, which is nestled in between the mountains and the lake, has always been an isolated fronti

The lemon house of Castel - 3.4.2011

Limone sul Garda

After seeing the great number of visitors arriving last season, we realized that certain values and traditions must be revived and can become a tourist attraction for our client. More than 30,000 visitors are an important achievement that lets us understand what people are looking for when they plan their vacation. Tradition is an added value found

Guide Bike & Trekking - 1.4.2011

Limone sul Garda

The Town of Limone sul Garda: - Dear Guests, with this guide I would like to give a warm welcome to all the mountain biking, trekking and hiking enthusiasts who want to take advantage of a spectacular opportunity during their vacation in Limone sul Garda. Here in the splendid setting of our municipality and inland areas -

Citrus fruits from the Orient to Garda - 31.3.2011

Citrus fruits originate in China and India, but can be found around the globe. They first arrived in Europe with the Arabs around the year 1000. Several scholars believe that Sicily was the first Italian region to grown them, "probably under the Islamic influence  first,  and  then  under  the  Normans."

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