THE BEAUTY OF THE LAKE
Surrounded by the Lepontine Alps, the Lake Maggiore is the second-largest Italian lake in terms of surface and depth and one of the main alpine lakes.
Its surface is shared between Italy and Switzerland and its name "Maggiore" derives from the fact that it was once considered the largest of the pre-alpine lakes.
The Lake Maggiore is an area rich in art and culture and offers many internationally renowned places of interest that have made it a famous tourist destination.
During your stay on Lake Maggiore, you can not miss the Borromean Islands with their gardens and historic buildings, the fortress of Angera located on a spur of limestone, the famous botanical gardens of Villa Taranto in Verbania, the splendid valleys of the Ossola land of Walser’s culture and then the numerous villas with their beautiful parks and gardens, castles and museums