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Lake Maggiore Vacation Rentals, Villas, Homes & Condos

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  • A nice and tasteful art nouveau villa directly by the lake. Excellent view from this sunny side of the lake. Former residence of the famous 18th centu ...

    Bedrooms: 4 Bathrooms: 3 Sleeps: 8

  • Three smart apartments with access to the lake, ideally situated - right opposite the island on which Arturo Toscanini lived.

    Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 2 Sleeps: 10

  • La Perla is a wonderfully situated semi-detached house, perched right on the shores of Lago Maggiore. It is an extremely private house, located in one ...

    Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 2 Sleeps: 6

The second largest lake in the nation of Italy, a country famed for its rich cultural heritage and the storied history of the ancient Roman Empire, Lake Maggiore, one of the best known Italian Lakes is a popular tourist destination, and rightfully so. Guests of Lake Maggiore’s vacation rentals, homes, and villas are visitors to one of the most beautiful and historic areas in this part of Italy, located immediately outside of Milan. One of the primary allure of the Lake Maggiore region is derived from its geographic proximity to a wide variety of water sports and sights, including waterskiing, swimming, sunbathing, and other forms of recreation and relaxation.

Like the other major Italian Lakes, Garda and Como, Lake Maggiore has been used as a vacation center since the times of the Roman Empire. This is because of the extraordinary mountain, village, and lake scenery of this area, in conjunction with the excellent climate that the Italian Lakes region offers during the summer months. The entire lake is surrounded by small communities whose livelihoods and numerous attractions are based on serving the needs of the local population and the yearly influx of tourists, who are drawn to Lake Maggiore by the architectural and historic significance and ubiquitous natural beauty. These towns include Stresa, famed for its villas, gardens and views, Arona, the hometown of St. Charles Borromeo, is well known for its castle and statues, and the Borromean Islands, which are renowned for the excellent local cuisine.