Sirmione is a resort town and the southernmost city on the largest lake in Italy, Lake Garda, in the Province of Brescia in northern Italy. Sirmione is partly located on a peninsula that extends for about 4 km on the lower Lake Garda’s southern bank. A locality in the commune called Lugana di Sirmione gives its name to the homonymous wine. Sirmione is known for its thermal baths and Rocca Scaligera, a medieval castle overlooking the lake. Set at the tip of a peninsula, the Archaeological Site of Grotte di Catullo encompasses a Roman villa, a museum and olive trees.