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Welcome to Italy in Photos and let our captivating photographs transport you to the very heart of Moniga del Garda: – Moniga del Garda is a picturesque town located on the southwest side of Lake Garda in the Italian region of Lombardy. The town is bounded by other communes of Padenghe sul Garda, Manerba del Garda, and Soiano del Lago and is a popular tourist destination, known for its beautiful landscapes, rich history, and vibrant culture. The town is home to the Castello di Moniga del Garda, a medieval castle that dates to the 12th century. The castle is a popular attraction and offers stunning views of the surrounding area. Visitors can explore the castle’s interior and learn about its history. It is also known for its beautiful beaches, which are perfect for swimming, sunbathing, and relaxing. The town’s harbour, Moniga Porto Nautica, is a popular spot for boating and fishing. The town is surrounded by vineyards and olive groves, and visitors can enjoy local wines and olive oils at the many wineries and olive mills in the area. The town is also known for its delicious cuisine, which features fresh seafood, pasta, and other local specialties. Moniga del Garda is a great place to explore on foot, with many charming streets and alleys to discover. The town’s main square, Piazza San Martino, is a popular gathering place and is home to many cafes, restaurants, and shops. Moniga del Garda is a beautiful town with a rich history, stunning landscapes, and a vibrant culture. Whether you’re interested in history, nature, or food, Moniga del Garda has something to offer everyone.

Via San Giovanni is a street in Moniga del Garda which runs from Via Pergola to Via Dante Alighieri. (Photos 1-2-3-4-5) – Via Vittorio Emanuele II is a street in Moniga del Garda which runs from Via San Giovanni to Via Cialdini. (Photos 6-7) – The Castello di Moniga is a medieval fortress located in Moniga del Garda. It was built in the 10th century to protect the inhabitants from the Hungarian invasions. It has a rectangular shape with four small towers at the corners and a larger tower that serves as a bell tower. Inside the walls, there are houses that were used as shelters in case of danger. The castle is well preserved and offers a panoramic view of the lake and the surrounding hills. You can visit the castle and the nearby church of San Martino, which dates to the 15th century. (Photos 8-9-10-11) – Via Roma is a street in Moniga del Garda which runs from Via Pergola to Via Carlo Alberto. (Photo 12) – The Chiesa di San Martino Vescovo is the parish church of Moniga del Garda. It is dedicated to Saint Martin of Tours, the patron saint of knights, soldiers, tailors, and innkeepers. The church was first mentioned in 1454, when it was consecrated by the bishop of Verona and became independent from the Pieve of Santa Maria in Manerba. The church was rebuilt in the late 18th century in a baroque style, with a linear and elegant facade, decorated with stucco and marble. The interior has a single nave with five altars, hosting statues of the Virgin Mary, Saint Joseph, Saint Lucy, and the Crucifix. The church also has a large stained glass window depicting Saint Martin giving his cloak to a beggar. (Photos 13-14-15) – Via Roma is a street in Moniga del Garda which runs from Via Pergola to Via Carlo Alberto. (Photo 12) – Via Carlo Alberto is a street in Moniga del Garda which runs from Via Roma to Via Dante Alighieri. (Photos 16-17-19-19) – Via Paolo Caccinelli is a street in Moniga del Garda which runs from Piazza S. Martino to Via Scaletta. (Photo 20) – Via del Magone is a street in Moniga del Garda which runs from Via Scaletta to Spiaggia Porto. (Photos 21-22) – Spiaggia Porto is a stony beach located about 1 km from the centre of Moniga del Garda. The beach has free access and offers various amenities and services, such as toilets, showers, sun loungers, umbrellas, pedal boats, and a beach restaurant. The water is crystal turquoise, and the entrance is normal. The beach is suitable for different categories of people, such as solo travellers, relaxation lovers, and families. However, pets are not allowed. The beach is close to a campsite and a port, where you can rent boats and enjoy water activities. The beach is also near some bars, pizzerias, and newsstands. The beach is partially crowded during the high season. You can reach the beach by car and park nearby, either for free or for a fee. Spiaggia Porto is one of the many beaches that Moniga del Garda and the surrounding area have to offer. (Photos 23-24) – Via del Porto is a street in Moniga del Garda which runs from Via degli Olivi to Via Mazzane. (Photos 25-26-27-28) – Via Mazzane is a street in Moniga del Garda which runs from Via del Porto to Via San Giovanni. (Photo 29) – Via Madonna is a street in Moniga del Garda which runs from Via San Michele to Via San Giovanni. (Photos 30-31-32)

Moniga del Garda Cusine: – Moniga del Garda is known for its scenic views, historic castle, and wine production. – Some of the special cuisines that you can enjoy in Moniga del Garda are: – Seafood: Being close to the lake, Moniga del Garda has access to fresh and delicious seafood, such as sea bream, octopus, mussels, and clams. Local specialties: Moniga del Garda also offers some local delicacies that reflect the Lombard and Northern-Italian traditions, such as lasagna, grilled beef, veal chops, and chestnut dumplings.

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Photo Gallery of  Walk – Via San Giovanni to Via Madonna
Approximately 3.35 km – 2.08 miles

The walk starts in Via San Giovanni – Via Don Nalini – Via Vittorio Emanuele II – Castello di Moniga, Via Castello I – Via Roma – Chiesa di San Martino Vescovo, Via Roma – Via Carlo Alberto – Via Paolo Caccinelli – Via del Magone – Spiaggia Porto, Via Del Porto – Via Del Porto – Via Mazzane – Via Madonna