The restaurants and ice cream parlours of Limone are dotted around the resort with some on the main harbourfront and some on the cobbled roads further inland. Similar to Spanish tapas bars, Italian bars often serve antipasti with the aperitivi. So don't be surprised if your cool Huge Spritz is served alongside a crisp bruschetta on the house.
Next to the main ferry point is Le Palme Ristorante, part of one of the oldest hotels in Limone. The restaurant is famous for its stunning infinity views across the lake. It’s great for lunch or dinner, but they also have a lounge area if you just want a drink.
On a little backstreet off the main road you’ll find Al Vecchio Fontec, a charming restaurant offering delicious meals for extremely reasonable prices. You’ll find Italian and more international dishes on the menu – but it gets extremely busy so it’s wise to book beforehand.
Famous for its ice cream is the Pink Panther Gelateria, and you’ll definitely see it – a bright pink archway frames the entrance. There are endless flavours and every colour of the rainbow to choose from. They also sell sweets and snacks as well as iced drinks to cool you down.
*1 Free child place per full paying adult.
|Trip ||Price || |
| ||Adult ||Child (0-12) |
|Venice (Mon, Wed and Fri) ||€76 ||Free* |
|Venice by night (Tue and Thu) ||€78 ||Free* |
|Verona (Thu and Sat) ||€57 ||Free* |
|Florence (Tue) ||€78 ||Free* |
|Milan (Sat) ||€57 ||Free* |
|Dolomites (Mon and Thu) ||€55 ||Free* |
|Bolzano and Renon (Fri) ||€57 ||Free* |
|Lake tour (Tue, Wed and Fri) ||€49 ||Free* |
|Wine tour (Mon) ||€48 ||Free* |
|Mantova and Sigurta (Tue) ||€56 ||Free* |
Some entrances, tolls and optional extras are payable locally.Venice (Mon/Wed/Fri)
Venice is famous for its beautiful palaces, lovely canals, and its handsome gondoliers. Enjoy the stunning architecture and learn the history of the most famous sights of the city, such as the St Mark’s Basilica, the Doge’s palace, Bridge of Sighs and the Rialto Bridge spanning the Grand Canal. Venice is a must-see for all visitors. Venice by Night (Tue/Thu)
For the romantics among us why not visit, as the sun goes down over the lagoon and the light dances on the water on our Venice by Night excursion? Learn the history of the most famous sights of the city, such as the St Mark’s Basilica, the Doge’s palace, Bridge of Sighs and the Rialto Bridge spanning the Grand Canal. Florence City Tour (Tue)
The Jewel of Tuscany and the birthplace of the Renaissance, Florence is a fantastic city to visit during your Italian holidays. Amongst its vast array of arts and treasures you can visit the pink, white and green marble cathedral, the Duomo, the historic Uffizi Gallery and the ancient Ponte Vecchio. Milan City Tour (Sat)
A fantastic day out exploring the cosmopolitan Capital of the north, renowned not only for its fashion but for some of the most fabulous cultural sights in Europe such as, the stunning interior of the La Scala Opera house and the Castle Sforzesco. The Duomo Cathedral is the largest gothic cathedral in the world with over 3400 hand carved sculptures on the cathedral. Grand Dolomites Tour (Mon/Thu)
Europe's most distinctive mountains tower high over the sparkling lakes. Visit the spectacular northern ranges with their quaint villages, breathtaking passes and pretty, flower-strewn meadows. No other excursion takes you to natural scenery as stunning. Bolzano and Renon City Tour (Fri)
A wonderful trip; part city tour, part scenic drive through the picturesque countryside of the Italian South Tyrol. Visit the elegant city of Bolzano, home of the famous Iceman and a nostalgic tram will drive you through enchanting woods and wide mountain pastures so that you can admire the Renon Plateau with its gorgeous summer villages in a romantic way. Mantova and Sigurta Park Tour (Tue)
Visit the beautiful city of Mantova surrounded by three small lakes. The city is rich with art, history and medieval architecture. It is the setting of Verdi's opera, Rigoletto, and is known as one of the most romantic cities in northern Italy. Sigurta Park is considered one of the most stunning gardens in the world offering 50 hectares of luxuriant vegetation for you to explore. It was also voted Italy's most beautiful park in 2013 by the Ministry of Heritage and Culture. Spend a delightful day combining art and nature. Lake Tour (Tue/Wed/Fri)
The best way to see the lake,
one of the most impressive roads in Europe, with its exuberant vegetation such as olive trees, cypresses and rare flowers. Visit several picturesque villages to see monuments dating from the Roman, Scaliger, Venetian and Austrian rulers. Take a short boat ride, sample some wonderful Italian ice cream or just absorb the relaxed Mediterranean atmosphere. Discover all the highlights Lake Garda has to offer in one day. Wine Tour (Mon/Fri)
Enter the heart of Lagarina Valley to discover the Grigoletti winery. Visit the “Basilica”, its new splendid subterranean cantina and taste some really exquisite Trentino wines. Don’t be disappointed when you have to leave, because another unique experience will be waiting for you: the elegant Marzadro distillery, producing excellent grappas. Take the opportunity to sample and even take some home with you. Verona (Thu/Sat)
Spend some time at the home of Romeo and Juliet, Verona. Enjoy the fascinating monuments, beautiful shops and friendly Italian welcome. Have a wander along the most significant monuments such as the Arena, Juliet’s balcony, the Scaliger tombs, Piazza delle Erbe and Piazza Brà and enough free time for shopping.