Sirmione with your dog

There are hotels and accommodation facilities in the town and surrounding area that welcome pets and there are many services available for our four-legged friends.

In Via Coorti Romane 41 there is a Dog Park with separate areas for large and small dogs, and within the territory of Sirmione several beaches welcome pets, as explained below.

 

La Tana dei Piccoli Amici in Via Divisione Acqui 6 provides pet grooming and washing services in Sirmione. The nearest specialized shop for pet food and accessories can be found at the Maxi Zoo shop in Desenzano del Garda (Le Vele shopping center).

If you need a vet you can contact the Ambulatorio Veterinario Associato Casella – Iuzzolino in Via Verona 106 in Sirmione and the company Dream Dog Sirmione provides a dog centre with dog sitting services.

 

Dog-friendly beaches in Sirmione

Some of Sirmione’s beaches allow dogs, so they can spend the day on the shoreline with their owners and enjoy swimming in the lake: these include the Spiaggia delle Muse near the Scaligero Castle, Punta Grò in Lugana and Brema beach in Colombare.
Dogs are also allowed on Lugana beach, but not in the water.

cane in spiaggia a passeggio con padrone

Legally in Italy you can take your dog with you to the beach, but with a leash and muzzle, any excrement must be collected and you should keep your pet with you at all times under your beach umbrella.

 

Dog beaches around Lake Garda

There are several beaches for dogs around Lake Garda, including other places and locations, that allow our four-legged friends to enjoy some fresh air or a few hours of relaxation with their owners.
Around Sirmione there is the Braccobaldo Bau Beach in Peschiera del Garda, the Fido Beach in Manerba del Garda in the Rio d’Avigo area, the reserved beach in Salò after Mulino Beach and the Mokai Beach in Via Tavine, and the Bau Beach in Toscolano Maderno.

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