Natural activity lake maggiore and stresa outdoor

Natural activity and lago maggiore outdoor

Our public service line will take you to the town of Lake Maggiore equipped for hiking and outdoor activities without forgetting some of the towns and villages the most famous museums in the piedmont region. The Lake Maggiore, also known by the name of Verbano, is among the most famous in Italy for the peculiarities of places of intense charm, set in a breathtaking landscape setting. From the Lombard bank that Piedmont is a succession of clinging to the rock monuments, beautiful walks, sumptuous villas surrounded by large parks that serve as an echo to the Borromeo Gulf, only the its islands,Landscapes, evidence of an ancient past and of a nature that has remained intact and impressive, are the mates of an itinerary that includes all colors and views of Lake Maggiore. In the direction of the provincial capital, Verbania, we find the 'beautiful scenery of the Natural Reserve of Fondotoce of reeds, where you can take walks or bike and completely immersed in the greenery along the lake.Among the most scenic routes inside the park there is certainly the one that follows the river between two lakes, great for cyclists.

Therefore accompany our guests by speedboat to Feriolo then relax in the nearby reserves on foot or by bicycle, and during the return journey you can enjoy the unforgettable experience on board scene from a very particular perspective.A day in the boat and why not even a path alongside the mountains and trekking hills that surround our lake.

Lake Mergozzo

Formerly a great glacier flowed down dall'Ossola and in that, even larger, which came from Ticino. At the retreat of glaciers, while the large pit dug from the glacier was filling with water, creating Lake Maggiore, emerged, solitary, dome of granite Mont'Orfano.

Lake Orta

There are numerous examples of the Baroque: the ironwork being Olina, the cemetery gates.Piazza Motta, whose backdrop is the lake of Orta is the upscale lounge.

The Island of San Giulio

"Hesitating between water and sky," the island of St. Julius has always been the religious heart of Cusio, since half past travelers and pilgrims on their way to the holy places along the roads the ancient Via Francigena. On the island stands a very ancient church. It is said to have been founded by St. Julius in the fourth century AD Completely rebuilt in the ninth century and later restored between the eleventh and twelfth centuries.Within the basilica is decorated with stucco and frescoes of the Baroque period. Here is kept a masterpiece of Romanesque of Northern Italy: the beautiful black marble pulpit of Oira, carved around the eleventh sec. Ferry-boat-service from orta to the island.


A different route than what is typical lake trails in the mountains surrounding Lake. One can not start from Mottarone, the mountain lake par excellence, with its 1,500 meters portion facing the lake allowing you to fully enjoy the contours and shades of color, but not only the Major, I have seven lakes that can be admired from the summit of Mottarone; in winter's challenging ski slopes allow breathtaking descents, giving the impression of jump directly from the peak in the waters of Lake Orta and Lake Maggiore. The area of the lake is full and the surrounding hills, as well as natural beauty, traditions and culture,collected in local museums, pleasant to visit and very instructive from the point of view of arts and traditions. The Museum of the umbrella and parasol Gignese, unique in its kind,inspired by the ancient tradition of umbrella that emigrated from these areas in every part of throughout the world bringing the taste of Italian craftsmanship. Its halls are split in history retraced through the fashions and styles, sometimes unheard of umbrellas and parasols from the seventeenth to nineteenth century.

Museum of the landscape

The museum has its headquarters in Via Palazzo Viani Dugnani Ruga, 44 in Verbania. The Museum of the Landscape Massara was founded by Antonia in 1914 with the aim of encouraging the study of natural beauty and art of the region and promote the protection and settled in the six-eighteenth century palace Viani Dugnani.The museum is divided into several sections:

The painting section: This section contains works of the second half of the eight hundred.The sculpture section: houses important works by three artists (Giulio Branca, Paul Troubetzkoy,Arturo Martini).The archaeological section: includes kits of the Gallo-Roman necropolis Sub-office of the Popular Religiosity.The graphic and photographic section.

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