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On the border between Lombardy and Veneto, south of Lake Garda, Valeggio is located in the natural amphitheater of the hills, near Verona and Mantua.
Crossed from the Valley of the Mincio, Valeggio was able to transform the fertility of the earth in quality products, enhancing the strength and professionalism of its pasta artisans and restaurants, unsurpassed in preparing the "tortellini of Valeggio."
The small village of Borghetto, one of the most beautiful villages in Italy, owes its charm to the harmonious relationship that history and nature have preserved almost intact over the centuries. The medieval atmosphere of the town is underlined by the Ghibelline blackbirds, by the bell tower of the church of San Marco, by the wheels of the old mills and by the rocks of the Visconteo Bridge: all overlooks the Scaliger Castle, symbol of the country.
Where land has been generous, man has translated into natural architecture, with flower beds and tree-lined streets, as it is in the Park Sigurtà.
Recognized "City of Art" for its artistic and monumental heritage, Valeggio is the place of complete vacation: sports facilities, water parks, riding stables, cottages, restaurants and taverns, historical and artistic itineraries, the bike path of the river Mincio, trails walking, riding and a full calendar of events, are the elements for an unforgettable stay.