Acquaseria is charming and well serviced lakefront village offering some authentic & traditional bars, a great little Pizzeria and a patisserie as well as easy routes along the main lakeside road to the many attractions and beautiful resort towns of Lake Como.
The village is one of 20 hamlets (known in Italian as Frazioni) in the...read more.
You pass through the small town of Argegno (approx 700 population) when traveling up the Western shore of Lake Como from Cernobbio/Como to Menaggio.Well placed and sheltered, it is situated in a large inlet at the mouth of the Val d'Intelvi. This river flows at varying rates throughout the year as its tumbles from the mountains between Como and...read more.
The most beautiful spot on Lake Como is the old town of Bellagio, resting on the mountain slopes surrounded by green woods. From the town centre to Villa Melzi between the lake and the mountains. is an avenue of trees and flowers with fragrances of precious camphor.
Bellagio is divided by the via Garibaldi and criss crossed by a series...read more.
Bellano, situated along the beautiful eastern shore of Lake Como, is a pretty and unspoilt panoramic lakefront town which makes a pleasant and more peaceful alternative to staying in its neighbouring resort town sister of Varenna.
The town offers a wide variety of very good local restaurants, bars, shops and offers excellent transport...read more.
Situated along the central eastern shore of Lake Maggiore the desirable hillside village of Brezzo di Bedero enjoys a wonderful lake view position and is ideally placed for nearby amenities, attractions, activities and transport links.
The pretty village enjoys an abundance of charming ancient passageways, elegant villas, breathtaking...read more.
Brienno is a municipality in the Province of Como located in the Italian region of Lombardy. It's a small pretty village which has ancient narrow cobbled streets that wind between the old buildings and is situated approximately 15km from Como,The village lies on the western side of Lake Como and benefits from some lovely lakeside...read more.
Cadenabbia is a popular and naturally beautiful resort destination along the desirable central western shore of Lake Como between the resort towns of Tremezzo and Menaggio. The resort is popular especially by the British during the Spring and Autumn time and is part of the commune of Griante; of which the main historical centre is situated behind...read more.
The ancient village of Carate Urio is a municipality in the Province of Como, which is located in the Italian region of Lombardy. The commune lies on the north western shore of Lake Como and is made up of two distinct areas; Urio and Carate Lario.
The village still retains all it's old world charm today, which is evident from the...read more.
Carlazzo is one of the bigger villages in this area and has a convenient grocery shop and a selection of restaurants. There are many natural and artistic attractions which should not be missed, especially several churches. In particular the church of St. Giacomo and St. Fedele which rises in the centre of the village, the church of St. Stefano...read more.
The name Cernobbio is derived from 'Coenobium', which was an old convent, built where the magnificent hotel Villa D'Este is now situated, at the foot of Monte Bisbino, which is reputedly one of the most luxurious hotels in the world.
Cernobbio is a really pretty town and the old part, dating back to the thirteenth century, winds its...read more.
The pretty, medieval village of Cima is an historical part of the lakeside town of Porlezza.
It is a lovely picturesque town with old cobbled streets and many traditional shops including a bakery, butchers and post office.There are several good restaurants, cafes, clothes shops, and general stores and most importantly, ice cream...read more.
Como is situated at the head of the lake and is an ancient town over 400 years old with magnificent churches and historic monuments.
The largest and southernmost town on the lake isn't likely to charm you quite as much as some of the other towns and villages, but the historic center is lovely if you take the time to stroll it and pop...read more.
Cosiglio di Rumo is a pretty area and is ideal as a starting point for walks and excursions to the nearby hills and the scenery, as with the whole area of Lake Como, is spectacular. There are many places of interest and the churches of both St. Giovanni Battista and St. Gregorio are worth visiting.
Cremia is made up of many different hamlets, some of which date back to Roman times, beginning at the lakeside and wind their way up to the slopes of Mount Bregagno. The village is situated on the northern part of the lake and is approximately 10km from Menaggio.
The church of San Vito is close by and is well worth visiting. It was...read more.
Dongo is a commune in the Como Province in the Lombardy Region, and lies on the northwest side of Lake Como. The town has It has a population of almost four thousand and is famous for capturing many powerful fascist leaders on April 27 1945, including Benito Mussolini, as they attempted to cross the Swiss border. Like Musso, those who relish...read more.
Fiumelatte is a sub division of the municipality of Varenna in the Province of Como, located in the Italian region of Lombardy. It's a small pretty village which has ancient narrow cobbled streets that wind between the old buildings and is situated approximately 2 km south of Varenna, The village lies on the eastern side of Lake Como and benefits...read more.
Famous for watersports, the lovely village of Gera Lario is a municipality in the Province of Como, which is located in the Italian region of Lombardy. It lies on the northern side of the lake and is famous for water sports, especially windsurfing and kite surfing and is ideally suited for this with near constant winds. This attracts water sport...read more.