When the water level of the Lake Garda is low, the tip of the peninsula can be rounded on foot walking on the stone slabs forming its base. We leave the car on the big Montebaldo parking at 700 m from the castle and enter the historical centre: the walk begins behind the parish church.
At the small beach, in front of the pizzeria, the Boiola spring is situated under water at approx. 100 m distance. The walk around the tip, under the Villa Catullo, is not easy but awesome and interesting. At the farthest point a beacon warns passing speedboats not to come too near. The walk ends at Punta Staffalo where we return into the city centre.
Along Via Catullo in the historical city centre we arrive at the Roman villa built between the I century B.C. and the I century A.C. Only ruins remain of this magnificent private dwelling of approx. 20,000 square meters, he most imposing Roman villa of Northern Italy. Near the entrance of the archaeological site, the interesting Antiquarium with a map of the building, photo-graphs of the excavations, mosaics, bronze objects and stoneware.