Limone’s northerly position on the lake welcomes a pleasant breeze which is particularly valuable in the warmest months when the more southern Lake Garda resorts can become a little hot for some.
Warm and breezy in July, Limone offers lots to do both on and off the lake whether you prefer to stay busy or laze about. One of the best destinations for water sports, you can sail, windsurf and kayak here as well as hire a boat for exploring around the lake. If you prefer to stay on solid ground, the Alto Garda Bresciano national park sits behind Limone, offering some fantastic routes for hiking and mountain biking.
For keeping cool during the heat of the day and soaking up some local history and culture, Limone has some fascinating churches and museums. The Castèl lemon house is a popular place to visit where you can learn about Limone’s local produce and has a lovely garden which is gorgeous in the summer months.
While a Limone can be easily filled with exciting activities and things to see, you can also enjoy the area at a slower place on the harbour, around the shops and in Limone’s brilliant cafe scene. A leisurely afternoon sun can be enjoyed wandering alongside the San Giovanni stream to the beach and finishing up on the promenade with some al fresco dining in one of Limone’s restaurants. For a real lazy day in Limone, we have some great accommodation with a pool where you can soak up the sun, enjoy a good book and keep cool in the water.
Offering, sports, culture and relaxation in a warm and refreshing environment, Limone is one of our favourite places to stay in July. Other cooler resorts in July include Riva and Torbole, which are also sportier if your main interest is water sports. If you love the heat, stay at the other end of the lake in Peschiera or Desenzano.