Built for strategic purposes at the end of the thirteenth century, Rocca Scaligera in Sirmione is one of the best preserved castles in Italy, with its own quayside making it a rare example of fortification for port use. A Roman and medieval museum of stone is housed in the castle's large inner portico, together with a small exhibition giving the most important information about the fortress. A walk around the chemin de ronde of the castle walls is a must, as is climbing to the very top of the keep, the castle's tallest tower, which offers spectacular views. Sirmione spa waters are known for their preventive and therapeutic properties thanks to their sulphurous salso-bromo-iodic content. In Sirmione, you can find numerous hotels, bed and breakfasts, residences, holiday apartments and camping.
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