Introducing Italian Lakes

The Italian Lakes is a magical region in Italy and consists of the following main lakes; Lake Maggiore, Lake Lugano, Lake Como, Lake Iseo and Lake Garda. Other smaller lakes include Lake Orta and Lake Idro which are also worth visiting if you have time. The largest lake in the area is Lake Garda and together with the quaint lakeside towns and villages that line the shores of Garda, Maggiore and Como, this part of the country is truly glamorous and extremely idyllic. It’s a magnet for the rich and famous, and it’s a dream destination for yacht owners and first time sailors alike. And with a healthy mix of Roman ruins, alpine views, lake beaches and fine dining, the Italian Lakes region is a gem of a destination and one of the most coveted in all Italy.

Highlights of Italian Lakes

The beautiful town of Bellagio sits on Lake Como’s central area right at the fork of the water.
Malcesine is located in the northern part of Lake Garda and offers the most spectacular lake views.
Riva del Gard
Riva del Gard is an iconic destination on Lake Garda and is a bustling tourist town with great places to eat and drink.
Beautiful Verbania is a popular town on Lake Maggiore, well known for its churches, gardens and museums.
The commune of Iseo has been developed around an old medieval village and is the main town of Lake Iseo along its eastern shore.

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