Discover the beauties and all the annual festivals and events around Lake Como. You will also find useful Lake Como tips for leisure time, cozy holiday apartments from private owners and NEWS about Lake Como ,Valtellina and Lake Lugano / Ticino.
The new interactive Lake Como map also includes the areas of Ticino, Lake Lugano, Val Chiavenna and Valtellina. You can see all the important sights and tourist information in the region at a glance.
Simply click on the symbol and a window will open with the information and the link
Legend of the symbols on the Lake Como map:
Bathing on Lake Como - A selection of the places with the most beautiful beaches and swimming pools on Lake Como
Bellagio. Lido, Colico. Beach meadows, Domaso has the longest beach on Lake Como, Gera Lario, Gravedona with a large lakeshore path, Menaggio. All of these places have shallow beaches that are especially suitable for children to swim.
More information on bathing beaches on the lake look in the registry: The most beautiful beaches on Lake Como .
Lake Como is not far from the city of Bergamo in the east and Varese in the west, both of which are also part of Lombardy. The lake is shaped like an upside-down Y. The city of Como is in the southwestern part and the city of Lecco in the southeast, while the city of Colico is located in the north part of the lake.
More Information about Lake Como here.
Lake Como is located in a multi-faceted natural landscape in Lombardy and, with an area of around 146 square kilometers, is the third largest lake in northern Italy. In particular, the combination of the imposing mountain scenery and the Mediterranean climate fascinates the visitors, who succumb to the unique charm of Lake Como after a short time. He has already enchanted many celebrities, not only George Clooney has already bought a villa on the shore of the lake. However, oleanders, cypresses and olive trees are not the only sights - on a holiday on Lake Como you will discover picturesque villages, peaceful gardens and numerous buildings from past centuries. The largest city in the area is Como, where the tradition of silk production is still alive. All small and large towns on the shores of Lake Comohave retained their original atmosphere. A picturesque landscape idyll and cultural and historical sights such as the enchanting Villa Carlotta and Villa Manzoni with the Manzoni Museum exert a great attraction on visitors - as does the culinary journey of discovery to the traditional dishes in the restaurants restaurants in the area. Local vegetables, delicious olive oil and fresh fish, for example, are often the basis for excellent menus.
If romantic walks on the lakeshore and the view of the breathtaking panorama are not enough for you, you will find a wide range of activities around the lake for an active vacation. There are a variety of scenic hiking routes and climbing opportunities in the vicinity. Excursions on horseback or by mountain bike are also possible, and there is a lot on offer for active vacationers in the vicinity. During the summer months enthusiastic water sports enthusiasts cavort here, the offer ranges from windsurfing, canoeing and water skiing to sailing and motor boating. Even more courageous athletes get their money's worth and enjoy impressive views while gliding or paragliding. Discover the beauty of Lake Como on a relaxed boat tour that also takes you to the only island in the lake, the Isola Comacina. In many places you will find different accommodations for an unforgettable holiday on Lake Como. Whether a cheap campsite, cozy holiday apartment or stylish hotel room - there is a suitable offer for every requirement. On our website we offer you a lot of information on different topics around Lake Como. We bring you closer to the beauty of the landscape, give you interesting tips for sightseeing tours and present you with interesting news about events and local festivals. Let yourself be inspired and find suggestions for an unforgettable holiday on our website.
Italy holiday home - Here you can find holiday homes and apartments of private owners in Italy on Lake Como.