THE PERFECT ITALIAN LAKES HOLIDAY:
LAKE MAGGIORE, LAKE COMO AND LAKE GARDA.
The Italian Lakes appeal to many different travellers looking for romantic breaks, outdoor adventures, breath-taking sceneries, quaint and stylish villages along the coast and amazing food.
Whatever your holiday style or the ideas you have in mind, you’ll want to know: which is the best Italian Lake to visit?
Which is the best Italian Lake to visit?
The most beautiful and popular Italian Lakes are: Como, Maggiore and Garda.
Our special Italian Lakes Holiday is a fascinating package that includes the best locations and boat tours.
About Lake Maggiore
The Italian Lakes Holiday starts from Lake Maggiore. This is a large lake on the south side of the Alps, in the Italian Lake District and the northern part in Switzerland. It is the second largest lake in Italy and the largest in southern Switzerland.
The lake and its shoreline are divided between the Italian regions of Piedmont and Lombardy and the Swiss canton of Ticino. Located halfway between Lake Orta and Lake Lugano, Lake Maggiore extends for about 65 km between Locarno and Arona. The beautiful countryside around Lake Maggiore offers peerless convention facilities. The area, including the provinces of Novara and Varese and the Canton Ticino, with its natural and artistic beauties boasts a long tradition in the meeting and convention hosting sector.
Natural parks include the Val Grande National Park, Italy’s largest wilderness area, the Alpe Veglia and Devero Regional Park and the Wildlife Oasis of Macugnaga, on the lower slopes of Monte Rosa. The Lake Maggiore area is characterized by ancient villages, beautiful valleys and breathtaking lake and mountain views. The Walser people left their unique architectural heritage in the villages of Macugnaga in the Anzasca Valley and Formazza in the Formazza Valley. The age-old settlements of the Vigezzo Valley are ravishingly pretty, with their houses and churches typical of the Alpine environment.
At lake Maggiore you will enjoy the breathtaking Boat Tour to Borromean Island. The Experience continues moving to the famous Lake Como, staying 3 nights at Grand Hotel Imperiale Resort & Spa and to Lake Garda, sipping Prosecco while enjoying the Sunset Cruise from Sirmione.
Second stop of the Italian Lakes Holiday will be Como, a city and commune in Lombardy, Italy. It is the administrative capital of the Province of Como. MAIN TOURIST ATTRACTIONS • Volta Lighthouse. Boasting some of the best views on the lake, this very high building will allow you to look down on the lake some 2000 feet below. • Cathedral. • Tempio Voltiano. A nice stop on your stroll along the waterfront, the temple to Volta is designed in neoclassical style • War Memorial. • City Walls. The ruins of the 12th century city walls, which encircle the narrow, winding streets of the old town. • Isola Comacina. A small island with ruins of several byzantine churches.
About Lake Garda
The Italian Lakes Tour will continue with Lake Garda, an important tourist area in the shadow of the Dolomite Mountains in Northern Italy. It is a popular holiday location, about half-way between Brescia and Verona, and between Venice and Milan. Glaciers formed this alpine region at the end of the last Ice Age. Lake Garda becomes pretty deep just a few metres from the coast. The best beaches, not over-crowded, can be found from Punta San Vigilio to Torri del Benaco and the water is very clean. The beach of Sirmione is great for swimming, so there you will find the clearest water of all Lake Garda. The quality of the water is constantly checked and certified. The beach of Sirmione is made of large smooth rocks and pretty clean. The sight is breathtaking because Sirmione peninsula lays right in the middle of Southern Lake Garda.
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