Sirmione is a village of 8150 inhabitants (as of 31 December 2010) in Italy and is situated on the southern shore of Lake Garda at the end of a four-kilometer peninsula projecting into the lake in the province of Brescia in the Italian region of Lombardy.
The strip of land, located on the Sirmione has the shape of a triangle with the largest side length of 1250m and a width of 750m and consists of three hills, “Cortine”, “San Pietro in Mavino” and the “Grotte di Catullo”. The climate is mild in Sirmione, Lake Garda, as elsewhere, not least by one in the immediate vicinity of Lake Garda in Sirmione springing hot spring, whose water is rich in sulfur, bromine and iodine is. The summer at the lake are warm but not hot, and winters are mild with little rain. In antiquity, the southern shore of the lake was covered by a dense forest. Today, the vegetation is Mediterranean and is characterized in large part from olive trees.
Sirmione has now become a very upscale resort with numerous hotels and other holiday accommodation, dining and shops, with widely flared offer important. The excursion tourism, in the form of thousands of day trippers, has the place all year round during the day under control. With its ultra-modern spa facilities Sirmione has the largest private spa in Italy.