Lake Como Holiday Destinations
Bellagio and surrounding area
The seaside town, the “pearl” of the lake, enchants both with its dreamlike location at the tip of the triangle between Como and Lecco (Larian Triangle) and with its mild, balanced climate.
Colico and surrounding area
Paradise for hikers, bikers, water sports enthusiasts, nature lovers & families with varied interests.
Como and surrounding area
High society flair and turn-of-the-century villa charm from Cernobbio to Argegno and Cerano.
San Siro and surrounding area
A picturesque shore path connects the towns on the west coast. With few interruptions, you can stroll, jog or leisurely cycle for about 18 km directly along the lakeshore from Sorico at the lake’s tip via Gera Lario, Domaso, Gravedona, Dongo, Musso via Pianello to Cremia.
Domaso and surrounding area
Domaso is a fishing village with two parts: The original old town with fishing harbour, small shops and cosy restaurants and the headland with sports and leisure facilities with restaurants, holiday homes and campsites.
Gravedona and surrounding area
An idyllic fishing village with a bay-like lakeshore and a piazza with a weekly market on the lake. The village is one of the most beautiful places on Lago di Como.
Mandello and surrounding area
Mandello del Lario is a “must” for motorbike enthusiasts: it is the site of the Moto-Guzzi factory and a museum tells almost 80 years of factory history. There are meetings every year.
Menaggio and surrounding area
Menaggio is an elegant little town that has a very special flair thanks to its historic old town with its romantic alleys and is very popular with holidaymakers and locals alike.
Sorico, Lake Mezzola, Nature reserve Pian di Spagna, Valtellina Valley
The Valtellina Valley offers a wide variety of ways to spend your holiday. Active holidaymakers get their money’s worth here, as do those seeking peace and quiet and connoisseurs. Let yourself be inspired by the original nature.
Varenna and surrounding area
Optimal boat, ferry and train connections. Ideal starting point for numerous activities such as mountain hiking, walks and water sports as well as excursions into the nearby side valleys.