Lago di Como (Lake Como)

Lake Como, also known as Lario, was originally formed by a glacier.

Lake Como is Italy’s third biggest lake and its biggest with regard to the total length of its shoreline, with 170 kilometers in the two provinces of Como and Lecco. The lake’s characteristic Y-shape is due to the shape of the foothills of the Alps that surround the lake. The mountain scenery around it is very varied, with soft, round, grass-covered hills and the jagged rocks so typical of the Dolomites.

The shoreline is packed with picturesque, famous resorts such as Bellagio, Cernobbio, Como, Laglio, Lecco, Menaggio, Tremezzo, Valbrona, Valmadrera and Varenna. The lake has often been praised for its quiet beauty by Italian poets and writers. They all have been inspired by the outstanding scenery surrounding this truly unique lake.

Facility
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Sanitary Facilities
  • Changing Rooms
  • Baby/Kids Pool
  • Swimming Pool
  • Water Skiing/Wakeboarding
  • Windsurfing School/Sailing School
Rentals
  • Boat Hire
  • Parasols/Loungers
 
Data & Facts:
 
  • Size: 146 km² Depth: 410 m
  • Width: 43 km Length: 46 km
  • Beach: Sunning Lawn
  • Bundesland: Lombardia
 
Prices:
 
Free admission
Via Nazario Sauro, 6
23900 Lecco, Italy
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