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Limone sul Garda Travel Guide  

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Limone sul Garda is a town in the province of Brescia,the town's name is perhaps derived from the ancient ''lemos'', one of the mildest and healthiest on the lake, citrons and lemons, from where the village takes its name, have been grown here since long time. The buses go all over the lake, but take a lot of time to go from Limone in the North to Sirmione in the south taking a few hours; other options are water bus services from the municipal jetty to places all over the lake. You would like to sit and watch the lemons grow when you come to Limone. As you come near the town by ferryboat across the lake your gaze will immediately be drawn to a strange series of formations, the summer frames of the lemon orchards. They are built in this way so that as the weather gets cooler the frames can be easily roofed with glass and shielding coverings to keep the lemon trees in the warmth that they require all year. The lake front is full of restaurants, shops and cafes, and of course tourists walking around, but the views from there are also impressive. The village has a distinctive historic centre with old houses facing onto the water’s boundary and the port. There is a choice of short walks at low levels in the region of Limone. There are also more difficult walks in the mountains at the back of town. There are also free guided walks from Limone between June and September. Typically the walks are on Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, and range from difficulty levels need walking boots and a whole day's walking, twisting through olive groves. Again, the most up-to-date information can be found in the Limone tourist information office. Since the planner provides basic directions in their brochure, passionate walkers could mix these details with maps to do the walks by them self. Limone has quite a few churches which are significant to visit. As you explorer, you will notice various pictures and place of worship to a bearded saint. This is Daniele Comboni, a disciple who was born here in Limone in 1831 and was canonized in 2003. The Chiesa di San Rocco is an alluring small church close to the old port. It was constructed during an attack of plague in the sixteenth century, and dedicated to the 'plague saint' Rocco (St. Roch). It encloses some exquisite frescoes. The parish church is the Chiesa di San Benedetto, in a panoramic position on top of the lake. Even though the site is older, the current building typically dates to the seventeenth century. The style is extravagant, and there are a number of altars and paintings worth a momentary look. Limone's oldest church, the Chiesa di San Pietro, is a short walk from the main part of town. This chapel dates back at least as far as the twelfth century, and it includes some twelfth to fourteenth-century frescoes. Limone sul Garda is a town in the province of Brescia,the town's name is perhaps derived from the ancient ''lemos'', one of the mildest and healthiest on the lake, citrons and lemons, from where the village takes its name, have been grown here since long time. The buses go all over the lake, but take a lot of time to go from Limone in the North to Sirmione in the south taking a few hours; other options are water bus services from the municipal jetty to places all over the lake. You would like to sit and watch the lemons grow when you come to Limone. As you come near the town by ferryboat across the lake your gaze will immediately be drawn to a strange series of formations, the summer frames of the lemon orchards. They are built in this way so that as the weather gets cooler the frames can be easily roofed with glass and shielding coverings to keep the lemon trees in the warmth that they require all year. The lake front is full of restaurants, shops and cafes, and of course tourists walking around, but the views from there are also impressive. The village has a distinctive historic centre with old houses facing onto the water’s boundary and the port. There is a choice of short walks at low levels in the region of Limone. There are also more difficult walks in the mountains at the back of town. There are also free guided walks from Limone between June and September. Typically the walks are on Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, and range from difficulty levels need walking boots and a whole day's walking, twisting through olive groves. Again, the most up-to-date information can be found in the Limone tourist information office. Since the planner provides basic directions in their brochure, passionate walkers could mix these details with maps to do the walks by them self. Limone has quite a few churches which are significant to visit. As you explorer, you will notice various pictures and place of worship to a bearded saint. This is Daniele Comboni, a disciple who was born here in Limone in 1831 and was canonized in 2003. The Chiesa di San Rocco is an alluring small church close to the old port. It was constructed during an attack of plague in the sixteenth century, and dedicated to the 'plague saint' Rocco (St. Roch). It encloses some exquisite frescoes. The parish church is the Chiesa di San Benedetto, in a panoramic position on top of the lake. Even though the site is older, the current building typically dates to the seventeenth century. The style is extravagant, and there are a number of altars and paintings worth a momentary look. Limone's oldest church, the Chiesa di San Pietro, is a short walk from the main part of town. This chapel dates back at least as far as the twelfth century, and it includes some twelfth to fourteenth-century frescoes.

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