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We returned from Fornella yesterday having had a very hot and relaxing 2 weeks there. We can only agree with the views already submitted, it is a very nice camp in a very nice part of the world. Definitely go for a super pitch if you can, some smaller ones are very small and you might struggle to get a caravan car and awning on them. The site info suggests beach access and the camp will tell you there are 3 of them, one for dogs. The main beach is quite small, a mix of pebbles, grass and weed. The other two are better described as shoreline, approx a metre or two wide. The lake is wonderful to swim in BUT take footwear as it is very stony, some having sharp edges. Of the two pools, the one with a snack bar shuts daily between 1pm and 3pm. Strange but true. On site shop has limited stock but there are supermarkets reasonably close by. We ate twice at the onsite restaurant which is ideally sited on the lakes edge, one meal good and one OK. Outside the camp turning to the right and a half mile walk is Baia Del Vento, a restaurant with beach, that is very good, reasonably priced and very friendly. Salo is worth a visit, beautiful, as is Pescheira and Verona. Take a boat out too 130 Euros for 4 hours at Fornella, we doubt you will regret it. We will go back to tour the more mountainous side of Garda, and we wouldn't hesitate to use Fornella again.