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arias di Tremosine

Surrounded by vineyards and colored by the frescoes in its streets, Arias is a village located between the lake and the mountains. Among its alleys you can recognize the typical vaulted arch: an architectural structures of peasant buildings.


Arias lies in a wide space overlooking Lake Garda. It seems that this is why it’s called, Arias, from arioso – airy. The sight is unique, in fact you can view the whole lake from north to south and its mountains.

Elevation: 444 m

Patronal feast: 16th of August



what to see

In the ancient and small center you can see the characteristic vaulted arch. The stone houses of the villages of Tremosine are typical of peasant construction, leaning against each other. This creates hallways called “vaulted arch”, a network of internal courtyards and covered passages.

In the hamlet there are two shrines, an older one dedicated to San Rocco and one dated 1849 dedicated to the Madonna of the Rosary with the Child Jesus together with San Domenico, San Giuseppe, Santa Caterina, San Michele and San Gabriele Arcangeli. Saint Rocco is honored with solemnity by the whole hamlet on August 16th, the feast of the saint pilgrim who died of plague in 1300s, protector of the sick. In front of the Madonna, people gather during the month of May for the recitation of the Marian prayer.

what to see

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