In the North East of the country, the Italian Lakes offers a true all year round holiday destination. With Lake Garda in the East over to Como and Maggiore in the West, the area has plenty to offer children and adults alike. In fact, we think that the Italian Lakes boasts some of the best attractions anywhere in Italy. Are you in search of lazy days on the lakeside beaches? Or perhaps you’re wanting to enjoy a trip to one of the many beautiful lakeside towns and villages? Maybe you’re more interested in the stunning parks and gardens of the Italian Lakes? Alternatively, are you more active and fancy a day spent enjoying the water sports on offer? Whatever your interests, our Italian Lakes travel guide will demonstrate it’s a holiday destination that will keep everyone happy!
Bookings For You have Italian Lakes villas to offer on Lake Maggiore, Lake Como and Lake Garda. However, because each lake is very different, we think it’s important that you don’t view the region as a whole but see each lake as a very different proposition. As a result, we have created separate Italian Lakes holiday guides, one for each lake. First and foremost, choose which is the best Italian Lake for you to explore. Of course, if you would like any advice on which lake to visit, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Lake Maggiore offers something for young and old alike to enjoy. It boasts beautiful scenery and delicious food. Not only that, Lake Maggiore also offers fantastic sightseeing opportunities. It has some brilliant beaches and plenty of things to do and places to visit. Find out more information about what to see and do in our Lake Maggiore Travel Guide.
The dramatic shoreline of Lake Como is dotted with historic villas and palaces and incredible gardens. With dramatic scenery and mountains seemingly rising up out of the lake, the beauty of Lake Como can almost be jaw-dropping. Read our Lake Como travel guide to find out whether Lake Como is the best Italian Lake to visit for your family.
The largest of Italy’s lakes, Lake Garda is also one of Italy’s best known lakes. Without doubt, you’ll find it busy and bustling during the peak Summer months. Nevertheless, don’t let this put you off. Sit back and enjoy reading our Lake Garda travel guide to discover all the things to see and do during your stay.