Lazise VR, Italy

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Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 3,891 vacation rentals near Lazise. From 2,562 apartments to 644 houses, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Lazise for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

Enjoy an Italian feast for all five senses

Nestled into the southeastern shores of Lake Garda, the colorful village of Lazise is a feast for all senses. Enjoy Northern Italian cuisine at a lakefront restaurant in town, and let the smell of citrus trees waft over you as you stroll the cobbled streets. Look out across the lake at the Roman Ruins of the Sirmione peninsula, and feel the winds of Monte Baldo blow through your hair each morning. One thing is for sure: there's no wrong choice when you're considering your pick of Lazise vacation rentals.

Does "it's 5 o'clock somewhere' apply to aperitivo, too?

If you're not out on a boat exploring Lake Garda, it's likely you'll spend the majority of your time strolling through Lazise's stunningly picturesque old town. With its medieval walls and colorful main piazza overlooking a tiny harbor, enjoy aperitivo at any number of outdoor bars and watch the fishing boats knock together. You'll also find a slew of art galleries and shops, perfect for picking up souvenirs. Bonus points if you narrow your search for Lazise vacation rentals close to town, making it easy to walk back leisurely after you cap your day with a bottle of prosecco.

Fun for all ages, interests, and tastebuds

If the local olive groves have piqued your interest (or you just love some EVOO), a visit to the Olive Oil Museum is a must. Enjoy learning how they make this Italian specialty, and have a taste for yourself. For the historians in your group, a tour of the Sirmione peninsula is a must; there you'll find the archaeological site of Grotte di Catullo, a former Roman villa and current archaeological museum. There are also two theme parks in Lazise that the kids will love -- the Caneva Aquapark water park, and the Gardaland amusement park.

Lazise winds in your hair, Italian sun on your face

Lazise boasts a mild climate, somewhat unexpectedly given its northern location. The area experiences a daily wind phenomenon, usually in the morning, when winds with all kinds of different names mildly disturb the serenity. Aside from this, the best time to visit is from May through October, as the region quiets down during the wet, gray months of fall and winter. Come July and August, however, and you'll feel like you're sharing the lake with the rest of Europe. If you'd prefer to avoid peak season crowds and prices, look for Lazise vacation rentals in spring and early fall.

Mountains to the right, islands to the front

Lake Garda was formed from a glacier, and along with the villages around its coastline, it also boasts a few, small islands throughout. Lazise sits snugly on the southeastern coast of the lake, with views of the Monte Baldo mountain rage to the north. Not far from Lazise, you'll see the historic Sirmione peninsula jutting out into the water, adorned with Roman ruins. Like many of the villages in Lake Garda, Lazise boasts lush olive groves and citrus trees, which are often unexpected in this cooler, northern part of Italy.