Luxury Como Villa Rental in Italy

Lake Como Luxury Villas

Staying in Lake Como is a luxurious and pleasurable experience. You can finally have a serene European vacation with your loved ones. You can find several rental villas available along the third-biggest lake in Italy. There are several well-designed and comfortable villas. They contribute towards memorable vacation experiences for guests.

Here are some of the best Lake Como villas for rent

 

Each one of our Lake Como villas offers the best amenities for guests. Expect memorable stays amidst sheer serenity. Well-equipped kitchens and home cooking appliances are available. You can also expect comfortable bedrooms and free Wi-Fi. Our villas in Como are veritable homes away from home. We also offer 24-7 customer service to attend to all queries. This ensures that you have a comfortable and relaxing stay. Our villas in Lake Como are your ideal get-away for mesmerizing holidays. 

Where to Stay in Lake Como 

You can find several villa Como options at beautiful localities in the area. They include the likes of Como town and Menaggio. Varenna lies on the eastern shore while Bellagio is at the center. You can also consider Tremezzo which lies near the western shore. It lies near Bellagio and Menaggio. Lake Como has an extensive shoreline, dotted by vibrant towns. 

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Facts about Lake Como

Here are some fun and interesting facts about Lake Como: 

  • Lake Como has a length and width of 46 and 4.5 kilometres. 
  • The lake has a distinct Y shape. It is recognizable as a result. 
  • It has a surface of 198 meters over sea level. 
  • It has average depth of 154 meters. 
  • It is also one of Europe’s deepest lakes at more than 425 meters. 
  • It has a shoreline comprising 160 kilometres. 
  • The Adda River feeds the Lake Como, entering at Colico. It flows from Lecco. 
  • Isola Comacina is a single island in Lake Como and wooded. It lies near the western shoreline of the lake. You will find it near the Zoca de l’oli gulf. 
  • Sacro Monte di Ossuccio lies on a hilltop that faces Isola Comacina. There are fifteen Baroque-themed chapels. They date back to 1635-1710. It is one of the most historic spots on the island. 



Weather in Lake Como 

The weather varies in Lake Como, ranging from humid and warmer summers to colder winters. The summers are wet while winters are windy and witness snowfall. The sky remains cloudy throughout the year. Temperatures are usually 27°F to 91°F. The best time to visit is between mid-June and late-September. It helps visitors enjoy warm weather and a multitude of outdoor activities.