San Felice del Benaco overlooks the west coast of Lake Garda.

The inhabited villages: San Felice, Portese and Cisano blend into the green of the morainic hills.

In a corner of the lake the gulf of Salò and that of Manerba join and together they form a small cove, from which the Latin name “Sinus Felix” originates: the happy inlet.

A positive mood, the serenity and lightness of the air infect the inhabitants and visitors of this enchanted place, where you can admire wonderful views everywhere.

Numerous are the characters who have crossed this land, from Federico Barbarossa to San Francesco d’Assisi who lived on the Island of Garda.

Each of them were able to enjoy the excellent climate, a breezy and sunny microclimate for most of the year.

The soft hills create serenity. 

The sun shines all year round, the Mediterranean microclimate offers pleasant temperatures in all months.

A light gentle breeze caresses the vegetation and releases unique scents: lemons, cedars, ….

The leaves of our olive trees look at the lake and the roots sink into the moorish land that extends on the headland of San Fermo.

The wind, the sun and the important presence of the lake mitigate the temperatures thus creating the ideal habitat for the cultivation of our olive trees. Their presence in the area dates back to the Roman era.

Among the varieties that we cultivate in the area there are the Leccino, Frantoio, Pendolino, Casaliva and Gargnà cultivars. The latter are native cultivars that contribute to characterize the typicality and quality of our Garda DOP oil.

The oil, the basis of all the productions of the farm.

The olive as an origin, as a symbol of the Garda Riviera.

An oil with a unique scent, which combined with its lightness and digestibility makes it an indispensable element of everyday life.

It can’t be missing in a healthy diet, where its therapeutic properties become indispensable

European Varietal Collection

The farm boasts a varietal collection of European olea of 50 varieties of cultivars from northern Italy planted between 2001 and 2011. The olive grove is managed in collaboration with the University of Milan for research purposes

Where are we


The Cavazza family has always been involved and active in the Garda community, maintaining the values that have distinguished it over time.