What To Expect From Our Campsites On Lake Maggiore
The friendly and inviting staff will give you a warm welcome on your arrival at one of our campsites in Lake Maggiore. Once you have settled into your modern, spacious and peaceful accommodation, you can start exploring the resort and all the fantastic facilities at your disposal.
With swimming pools and sporting grounds, as well as thriving animation programmes, there’s always plenty of things to do. There’s always something to get your teeth into, whether it’s morning, afternoon or night. You’ll have great dining and shopping options onsite, as local produce is available in the shops or cooked in the restaurants delicious offerings.
You can expect gorgeous natural surroundings, and in some cases, picture perfect vistas over the wonderful shimmering waters. Each campsite acts as a fantastic base to get out and explore the beauty of the local area. We look forward to welcoming you on a camping holiday on Lake Maggiore.
Things to do when camping in Lake Maggiore
A paradise for lovers of outdoor adventures, Lake Maggiore gives you the chance to do so much, both on the water and in the lush environment that wraps around the lake. A range of water sports are available, from wakeboarding and jet skiing to stand up paddle boarding and canoeing.
Many visitors choose to explore the lake by taking a boat trip across the calm blue waters, especially to the wonderful Borromean Islands. Popular stop offs include the aptly named Isola Bella and scenic shores of Isola Madre. On Isola Bella, you’ll be treated to the splendour of Palazzo Borromeo and its lovely villa and gardens. On Isola Madre, a beautiful botanical garden takes pride of place.
Venture high into the cooling woodlands and mountain ranges that stretch up from the lake, and feature wild and rugged landscapes. Biking, hiking and rambling are recommended in the Fondotoce Nature Reserve, Alpe Veglia & Devero Regional Park and the Val Grande National Park.
Many pretty towns and villages that transport you back in time are perched on the lake, and among the most visited is Stresa. As well as providing access to the Borromean Islands, Stresa is home to a dizzying cable car that rewards visitors with amazing views of the lake.
On the southern shores of the lake, the scenic town of Arona welcomes holidaymakers to discover the Lungolago di Arona hiking trail, the Colossus of San Carlo Borromeo and the quirky Museum of Dolls and Toys. The medieval castle of Rocca di Angera stares longingly across the water.