Second in size only to Lake Garda, 80% of Lake Maggiore lies in Italy, with the remainder in Switzerland.
This immense sheet of water, towered over by the Alps and surrounded by dense, luxuriant vegetation, contains no less than 11 islands distributed between Piedmont, Lombardy and Switzerland. Splendid castles, ancient residences, villas and places of great charm are reflected in its waters.
A truly unique, special setting and picture-perfect natural surroundings where you can relax or practice your favourite sport, from cycling to swimming, golf and horse riding.
Camin Hotel Colmegna is located in Varese province, 2k from Luino, the main town on the Lombardy shore of Lake Maggiore.
Elegance and innovation combine in this little town completely skirted by the lakefront.
Luino is also an important railway junction for all traffic from Milan to Switzerland.
Art and culture are alive in the streets of the town which was the birthplace of poet Vittorio Sereni and writer Piero Chiara. Dario Fo lived in Luino and it was here that he made his debut on the stage of the Teatro Sociale. The town is also mentioned in Hemmingway’s novel “A Farewell to Arms”.