Punta Grò beach
From Lugana, following the lake and walking in the direction of Peschiera del Garda, you arrive at Punta Grò beach, at the end of the municipal territory of Sirmione.
With century-old trees and large grassy areas, the beach is ideal for sunbathing, walking, playing or relaxing while reading a book, surrounded by the panorama of the lake and a natural setting of vegetation and water.
The beach is free and can be reached on foot or by car, or by bus by walking a short distance from the nearest bus stop.
It is equipped with showers and a volleyball court; the toilets cost 0,50 euro and are also accessible to people with disabilities. Sun beds are available without reservation at the Punta Gro Bistrot, which serves as a kiosk/bar for the beach.
Dogs are allowed on the beach but it is not possible to camp or light fires. The beach is also home to the Casa del pescatore museum site dedicated to the history of the Sirmione fish economy.