The CampgroundThe Lake Garda


Il Territorio

Come discover Lake Garda and a corner of paradise in Brenzone, located in the Province of Verona. Let your self be spoilt by the lake's mild climate in a town steeped in hospitality and culture with attractions for all ages.

Lake and Mountains. The winning choise.

The Campground

Situated within an olive tree orchard typical to the lake Garda area, Aquacamp offers the advantages of a completely ralaxing holiday which also allows you enjoy your freedom.
Our Bungalows are completely equipped and a private carpark is provided as well.
The Campground is set in a peaceful zone while being centrally located which allows for our guest to enjoy all the sports of the seasons. A few steps away from the characteristic beach of the Campground access is provided, via tunnel, to the Acquafresca Sailing Club and to the a beach volley and beach soccer camp. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the camping area.
During the low season Aquacamp offers long-term stays at tempting prices.


Lake Garda

Lake Garda or Benaco is the largest in Italy. Its wider part to the south is surrounded by morainic hills that were left following the glacier recession, while the narrow northern part is enclosed by the mountains that createits fjord-shape configuration and provide a very mild Mediterranean climate.

Lake Garda

Lake Garda is one of the most beautiful areas of Italy where to spend a holiday, the Mediterranean climate, the fascinating culture of the past, the splendid villages and the nature of the landscape make it a holiday destination not to be missed.


The city of Verona is a major tourist destination, visited annually by more than three million people by virtue of its rich artistic and architectural


Venice historically was the capital of the Venetian Republic. Venice has been known as the "La Dominante", "Serenissima", "Queen of the Adriatic". For its rich culture and artistic urban planning, the city of Venice is considered one of the most beautiful cities in the world and has been declared world heritage by the UNESCO.