What does Limone sul Garda mean?

What does Limone sul Garda mean?

According to some, the name derives from limen, which means border, or lima, which means river. The town was named Limone San Giovanni in 1863 and acquired its current name – Limone Sul Garda – in 1904.

What is Limone like in Lake Garda?

About Limone It lies at the mountainous northern end of Lake Garda, and rocky cliffs rise up behind the waterfront town centre. Limone is a picturesque place to stay, and a good base for exploring and enjoying the lake, although summer holiday-makers should be prepared for crowds in the little historic lanes.

In which region is Limone?

Limone sul Garda

Limone sul Garda Limù
Country Italy
Region Lombardy
Province Brescia (BS)

How far is Riva del Garda from Limone?

How far is it from Limone sul Garda to Riva del Garda? The distance between Limone sul Garda and Riva del Garda is 9 km. The road distance is 11.3 km.

Why is Limone called Limone?

“Limone” means “lemon” in Italian and the town was known for growing lemons and other citrus fruits. But the name is actually a coincidence as the town itself is much older than the lemon groves and the name could come from the Latin word for boundary.

Is Limone Sul Garda worth visiting?

The northern side of Lake Garda is surrounded by high mountains and is probably the most impressive part of the lake. Riva del Garda and Torbole at the very end of the lake are well worth visiting. Limone is stunning. But if you stop at just one town, make it Malcesine!

How do you get to Riva del Garda?

By public transportation, Mori is the closest train station to Riva del Garda. Direct trains connect Bolzano and Trento to Mori. There are also more frequent Trenitalia and Italo trains to the nearby city of Rovereto, from where Trentino Trasporti buses offer transfers to Riva del Garda.

How do you pronounce Limone?

How do you say ‘lemon’ in Spanish and French?

  1. limone.
  2. lee/MOH/neh.

Which is better Lake Como or Lake Garda?

The general perception is that Lake Garda is more touristy and crowded than Lake Como. On the other hand, Lake Como is developed all the way around the lake… but with scattered villages that range between touristy and crowded and the more “authentic.” (Como, Bellagio, and Varenna are especially popular with visitors).