Lake Maggiore Top attractions
Lake Maggiore Top Attractions
Borromeo Islands: Three picturesque islands can be reached by ferry from Baveno, Stresa and Pallanza – Isola Bella, Isola Madre, and Isola dei Pescatori.
Villa Pallavicino Park: The park at villa Pallavicino, near Stresa, has large botanical and zoological gardens with many plant and animal species. It’s open daily from late spring through October .
Villa Taranto Botanical Gardens: The botanical gardens are in the small town of Verbania Pallanza. Renowned at the n° 1 garden of Europe.
Mount Mottarone: You can take a cable car from Stresa Lido or drive up the panoramic Borromea road from Stresa through the hills above the lake. From the top is a 360-degree view of the lake district and the Alps. In summer it’s a good place for hiking or painting and in winter there’s skiing.
Castles and Fortresses: The Rocca di Arona sits on the cliffs above Arona and has good lake views. The fortress was the scene of many battles but the remains are now a public park with ducks and peacocks. The 12th century Angera Castle is a preserved castle with a doll museum inside. Near the Swiss border, the castles of Cannero sit on a rocky island near the shore.
Church of Santa Caterina del Sasso: The 12th century church is in a picturesque setting, built into the cliffs. It can be reached by a walking path or by boat.
Santa Anna Gorge: The gorge at the end of the Cannobino River, a favorite place for white water rafting and kayaking.
Lagoni di Mercurago: The park in the hills outside Arona near the small town of Mercurago is a good place for hiking and mountain biking (closed to motor vehicles). In the park are many animals, birds, and plants and a few small lakes.
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