The Larian area extends between the Alps and the Po Valley, close to the Italian-Swiss border, alternating and overlapping widely differing landscapes: rugged mountains and gentle hills; narrow, impassable valleys and wide, open spaces; intensely inhabited plains and unspoilt woodlands; small, quiet hamlets and frenetic and noisy towns.

The enchanting nature of Como’s landscape, steeped in history, tradition and culture, is precisely what makes it the perfect destination for both national and international tourists. All who visit will remain enchanted by the romantic views it offers, the hillside villages reflected in the vivid waters of the lake and the rocky paths winding their way through the backdrop of a breathtaking panorama.

However, Lake Como is not just about relaxation and contemplation, it is also about leisure and recreation and can provide the ideal setting for water sports, such as water skiing, or mountain sports such as climbing and cycling. On this note, Ghisallo, Muro and Colma di Sormano, Nesso, Bellagio and Cernobbio are just a taste of what you might behold whilst exploring our magnificent region.