Sixteenth-century inn with tavern and marina is among the oldest hotels in Italy. Always a destination for illustrious visitors, it is situated in the most enchanting place of Lake Garda, stretched out among the clear waters.
Locanda Punta San Vigilio History
Punta San Vigilio, one of the most evocative places in the world, is the magical setting where Locanda San Virgilio is located, unchanged for 500 years.
Overlooking Lake Garda from this small peninsula, since 1500 offers guests shelter from the stress of life and exhorts the inscription engraved on the marble plaque placed at the entrance to "leave the business and cares of the city".
It can be accessed either by water, by docking at the old port, or by crossing an avenue of centuries-old cypresses that also allows access to the Baia delle Sirene Park and its ancient olive trees.
Over the years he has enchanted the many guests who have stayed here, including Winston Churchill, Tsar Alexander II, Napoleon, the Nobel prize Heyse, who mentioned it in a story.
Twelve rooms, all different from each other, some with private gardens and lake view, some with loggia, all have in common the luxurious period furniture and the magical atmosphere of San Vigilio.
The pool and relaxation area of the complex, set between green lawn and olive trees, is located on the natural terrace of the promontory and is the ideal space to read, rest or sunbathe in total tranquility enjoying the unsurpassed view of the lake.
The restaurant favors the rich traditional cuisine, with particular attention to the gastronomic history of the region, with fresh ingredients and the best quality, along with a wide selection of wines.