Porto Bruno Manfredi
LatitudeLat 45° 26' 51'' N
LongitudeLong 10° 41' 42'' E
CityPeschiera del Garda
AddressLungolago Garibaldi 17
Port Entrance Timesit depends on season
Max Boat Length18 m
Near AnchoragesPorto Cappuccini
BansMind day and night speed limits
Weather Forecast Service
Porto Bruno Manfredi is a harbour located on the southern shores of Lake Garda, in the area where Mincio River becomes an emissary of the lake.
The harbour enjoys the collaboration of Pioppi Nautical Centre and it is named after its founder.
The harbour can host up to 220 boats with a maximum length of 18 metres.
The quay offers drinkable water and electric charging columns through a centralised computerised system. Docks are all illuminated.
For launch and hauling operations, the harbour offers two cranes which can lift up to 15 tons and a travelift with a maximum range of 10 tons.
The partnership with Pioppi Nautical Centre allows to offer a shipyard, a garaging area, mechanical and electronic reparations, cleaning and maintenance services, antifouling treatments and much more. All services are available every day in summer.
The nautical centre also deals with second-hand boats selling.
The harbour includes a restaurant (with an open-air space overlooking the quay), an open parking lot, a parking garage and a beach, made up of gravel and grass where you can rent beach umbrellas, sunbeds and paddle boats.
Porto Bruno Manfredi is part of the municipality of Peschiera del Garda, in the province of Verona. The harbour is just two km far from the city centre.
Peschiera's location between the Po Valley and the Alps has always made it a strategic point. The first settlements here date back to the Bronze Age, as evidenced by some stilt houses, metal and ceramic remains found in the area and included in the list of Unesco world heritage sites in 2011.
The city preserves many Roman archaeological remains, fortresses dating nack to the XVI century and the XVI-century-shrine of the Virgin of Frassino.
An important attraction is Lake Frassino, a small lake of glacial origin which is part of a protected natural area.
The area around Peschiera hosts some beautiful beaches, with clear waters and breath-taking landscapes.
One of them is Cappuccini Beach, a free beach made up of gravel and grass where you can rent paddle boats, beach umbrellas, sunbeds and enjoy a nice playground.
The beach of Lungolago Mazzini is an equipped sand-gravel beach, not far from the city centre.
Since 2011, Braccobaldo Bau Beach has been welcoming all customers who desire to enjoy the beach with their dogs.