It is often called the world’s most beautiful lake and for obvious reasons: Set against the foothills of the Alps, dramatic scenery abounds in every direction…
Majestic mountains, medieval villages, quaint lakeside towns lined with historic homes, ancient monasteries and castles, elegant villas and palaces ensconced in verdant manicured gardens…the eyes and imagination can feast forever here.
Famously shaped like an inverted ‘Y’, Italy’s third largest lake is 400 meters deep and 46 kilometres long. This magnificent body of water has been drawing people since Roman times – and it continues to be a magnet for the world’s rich and famous, specifically the western shore of the Lake which gets the most sunshine owing to the mountains not blocking the light. It is along this stretch that you will find the most stunning villas belonging to top celebrities, footballers and the like.