Como dayboat route

by | Jun 8, 2022

Lake Como, also known as Lake Lario, is an idyllic destination in Italy, located close to Milano and Torino. Famous for its grand villas with expansive parks, this is a great spot for rest and recreation. With a Como dayboat route, you will be able to explore the best on offer around Europe’s deepest lake. From villa visits to food adventures, rent a boat in Lake Como and allow yourself to be blown away by its marvels. 

Porto di Como Torno

3.1 nautical miles, 12 minutes of navigation

From Como town, take a Como dayboat route and head to Torno, a village that has an expansive view of the South Western end of Lake Como. Visit the 12th century churches of Santa Tecla and San Giovanni, the latter of which is famous for storing one of the nails used in the crucifixion of Christ. The famous villas Pliniana and Taverna with their lush gardens are also renowned attractions in this village. 

Torno Bellagio 

9.9 nautical miles, 40 minutes of navigation 

Before arriving to Bellagio, you can stop at the Villa Balbianello, a breathtaking property built in 1787 with wonderfull gardens on the lake. This villa served as filming location for famous films like Star wars (episode II) and James Bond, Casino Royale !

Make your way to Porto San Giovanni in Bellagio, a town known as the Pearl of Lake Como. There are plenty of activities at this town that marks the division between the East and the West of Lake Como. Notable sites are its villas such as Villa Melzi, which was constructed by an Italian Vice President in 1810 and boasts of an English garden and a Japanese lake, as well as Villa Serbelloni, which is steeped in history and whose park is open to guided visits. You can also spend some time hiking along the numerous trails of Bellagio.

Bellagio Musso 

8.7 nautical miles, 35 minutes of navigation

This is a small village located on the Western shores of Lake Como. It is in part made famous by its white marble cliffs, which are the source of materials used in the construction of the columns of San Lorenzo in Milano. The Blackbird’s Garden (Giardino del Merlo) is another interesting site in this village dating back to 1858, which has since been restored and boasts of varying vegetation, bridges, and caves. In Musso, you can also find the Churches of Saint Euphemia and the Church of Saint Biagio which date back to the 14th century. 

Musso Porto di Como 

21.9 nautical miles, 1 hour 20 minutes of navigation 

End the Como dayboat route by heading back to Como town. There is plenty to do in Como town, ranging from a funicular trip up to Brunate and a visit to the world renowned Villa d’Este in Cernobbio. 

While in Italy, it may be worth exploring these other amazing dayboat itineraries

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