Penthouse Lake View with swimming pool
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Toscolano Maderno, located on the west coast of Lake Garda, is a Roman town, lying on the lake delta.
In recent years it has been an important economic fulcrum for the Alto Garda Park, thanks to the productive liveliness of the paper mills that, for centuries of tradition, have seen the origins of the paper industry.
There are also several commercial and tourist hotels, including campsites and the culture of olive trees and nursery gardening is very important.
The municipality brings together those that until 1928 were two distinct countries, with different traditions and culture: Toscolano and Maderno.
The strategic position of the promontory on which it stands allows a temperate climate throughout the year that makes it a privileged destination.
The local economy in the past centuries, as well as on the production of paper, was also based on agriculture and in particular on the cultivation of lemons and olives; today Toscolano Maderno is a tourist town that has managed to maintain its balance with the paper industry, an integral part of the history and culture of the territory.
Multiple prestigious buildings, historic buildings, villas and churches.
Garda has always been a favorite destination for important personalities of the Italian political scene, as well as artists and men of culture; in fact there are numerous villas and gardens that testify to the fates of the past.
This is the case of the Vittoriale degli Italiani at Gardone Riviera, a citadel that the poet Gabriele D'Annunzio built as a symbol of his devotion to the cult of aesthetics and weapons.
Or the Villa dei Conti Cavazza, which rises on the Isola del Garda, a home of rare beauty in Venetian neo-Gothic style.
Do not miss the Botanical Garden of the André Heller Foundation, in Gardone Riviera; another dimension where nature and art merge, giving life to a unique environment: there are numerous species of plants and flowers from all over the world, as well as works of art by important artists such as Keith Haring, Mimmo Paladino and Roy Lichtenstein.
For lovers of art, history and culture, there are also numerous permanent collections, exhibitions, and archaeological sites, which the Garda area offers: not far away, in San Valentino there is a characteristic hermitage, reachable only on foot.