Italy’s north is dotted with an assortment of expansive waters and minute lakes. Bobbing with colourful yachts and surrounded by verdant hills concealing homes of the rich and famous, they are havens of seclusion.
Lake Como Just a short distance from Milan, Lake Como is the epitome of Italian style and sophistication. A scattering of terracotta roof-tops coat the hills as they slope towards softly undulating waters.
Lake Garda Italy’s largest lake, Garda is also its most popular with holiday-makers. Numerous resorts line the shore and offer choice for couples seeking romantic seclusion as well as families hoping to enjoy some activity.
Lake Maggiore Maggiore is a long and narrow lake that ripples against three tiny islands. Its relative unknown status creates an atmosphere of peaceful contentment amongst the wooded nature and upmarket restaurants.
Gardaland is considered one of the top theme parks in Europe and is just a short distance from Lake Garda.
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