Well worth the short walk from centre to this viewpoint at the tip of Bellagio where the lake (and the wind) separate. Park area, harbour style wall, restaurant means you can spend as little or as much time as you want there.
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We drove and managed to find a parking spot in Bellagio square next to the church and fountain. This made it easy to walk the gentle slope down to the point - if you park at the ferry terminal it's a bit of a hike...More
Just a short and easy 10 minute walk from the centre of Bellagio, this is a great place to see views to the north of the lake, as Bellagio itself faces West. Worth spending a few quiet minutes here, away from the crowds of Bellagio...More
Pretty viewpoint with steep walk down hill. This walk is better completed late in the day as it is cooler in summer months. Beautiful views over Lake Como towards Varenna and Menaggio. There is also a pretty restaurant nearby that operates in summer months. Beautiful...More
It is the edge point of this beautiful village with a nice park and a port. It is real pleasure to sit in front of the deep view of Como Lake. There are restaurants if you would like to have a meal and drink. La...More
This point is only about 400m from the main port at Bellagio and is a regular stopping off point for tours. The point affords a great view of Varenna and Cadennabia as well as the northern sector of the lake. Go see!
La Punta was recommended to us so we thought we'd give it a try - and we're so glad we did! Absolutely perfect location with great views in three directions of the lake. We had a lovely table and the food was excellent. Service was...More
Been here a few times now and it is always and always again my absolute favorite spot of the holiday. Tip: Come for sunset, bring a blanket, a bottle of red wine, some olives, cheese, cold cuts - and then drift into the quiet night....More
The little town of Bellagio on Lake Como is know for its wonderful shops where many different types of handmade goods are sold. At the end of a quiet street lies Punta Spartivento. It could easily be missed, but make sure you take the time...More