Lake Garda is the perfect setting for a special event. Among the picturesque villages that overlook its Brescia shore, in an area still not touched by mass tourism, arises Bogliaco, a small fraction of Gargnano, ideal location for an intimate, romantic and elegant wedding. Here, by the shore of the lake, stands Villa Bettoni, the historical residence of the counts Bettoni, where the descendants of the family still reside.
Arriving at the entrance gate of Villa Bettoni, you will see a simply spectacular scenery: a superb eighteenth-century building by the shores of the lake, enriched by a wonderful and sumptuous Italian garden. Villa Bettoni is a historical residence that will immediately captivate you for its greatness and spectacular splendor. The view is extraordinary: the visual unity between the noble residence and the garden gives Villa Bettoni the perfect composition balance that was so dear to the eighteenth century landscape artists.
The top notch of this marvelous palace is the spectacular Italian garden, the ideal setting for exclusive events. The garden of Villa Bettoni represents the artistic soul of an immense field of olive and citrus groves that is connected to the Villa by two overpasses. The plain sector consists of a large semi-circular shaped parterre, divided into six parts by low box hedges and sided by high yew hedges, forming a sort of theatrical backdrop from which the monumental architectural perspective starts.

The garden was designed by the Florentine architect Amerigo Vincenzo Pierallini, who solved the problem of the existence of level differences by introducing a monumental staircase that connects the various terracings. The typical elements of rococo fashion of the time are also present: stairs, artificial caves with walls decorated with stalactites and shells, fountains and nymphaeums, various pinnacles and a large fountain.
But the artistically most relevant part is certainly constituted by the extraordinary sculptural complex created by Giovan Battista Locatelli: from the four sculptures representing the four seasons included in the porticoed exedra, to the wonderful sculptural groups depicting the moral and representative virtues of the Bettoni family: Charity, Glory, Strength, Honor, Faithfulness, Hunting, and Prudence.
To make even more extraordinary this already striking set design, there are two twin terraces overlooking the lake, placing an ideal location for a welcome drink or for a coffee break in a unique and unforgettable atmosphere.