Isola del Garda (the Garda Island)
Isola Borghese Cavazza, known as Isola del Garda, is located on the brescian side of the Lake Garda, just off the coast of San Felice of the Benaco.
The island boasts lakefront terraces and Italian gardens that descend to the lake. All around the vegetation is lush and intact, rich in local plants, exotic plants, rare essences and unique flowers.
Today it owes its charm to the extraordinary neogothic Venetian style villa, designed by the architect Luigi Rovelli in the early XNUMXs; an imposing, harmonious construction, rich in surprising architectural details.
The history of Isola del Garda
It was abode of the Franciscan Friars from 1200 to 1797 to then pass into the hands of several families including the note Lechi family from Brescia (1817-1860). In the 1870 it is purchased from Duca Gaetano de Ferrari and his wife Maria Annenkoff.
The property was passed down to their daughter, Anna Maria De Ferrari, wife of the well-known prince of Sulmona, Scipione Borghese, who in turn left the property to their daughter, Livia Borghese, wife of Alessandro Cavazza
The youngest child of the latter, Camillo Cavazza, left the property to his seven children who are still taking care of the island to this day, managing in person the various family activities.
Location for events and weddings on Lake Garda
Isola del Garda is the ideal place for those looking for one exclusive and charming location for weddings and dream private events on Lake Garda in Lombardy. Distant from everyday life, this place will allow you to experience unforgettable moments in a unique context.
Weddings: from € 15,000, catering separately.
Events: from € 5.800, catering separately.
Restaurants sectors: with catering from € 50,00 to € 150,00 per person, depending on the menu.
Visit: from € 31,00 to € 38,00, based on the port of departure (the price includes boat, visit and aperitif).
Responsible: Alberta Cavazza
Places of interest nearby:
Vittoriale, Heller Garden, Sigurtà Park, Sirmione, Valeggio and Borghetto, Garda Lake