This small historic town occupies an incredibly privileged position: the tip of the promontory that divides the lake into three branches.
The boats that shuttle across the lake can take you to other interesting places in just a few minutes.
The streets of the historic centre are terraced with the original houses; there are narrow alleyways and cobblestoned stairways lined by shops, craft shops, famous restaurants and generations old family trattorias.
Visiting Bellagio means not just discovering its history or natural beauty but also enjoying the tastes and flavours of its cuisine.
Lake Como, with immediate access to mountains, hills and plains, offers a complete range of genuine local produce; a real gastronomic treasure house, with fish from the lake and cheeses from the mountains, cold salamis and hearty meat dishes.

Bellagio &...  sport
Bellagio caters for many sports: windsurfing, kite surfing, sailing, water skiing, golf, horse riding, canoeing, cycling, climbing, and last but not least ... skiing in the winter. There are many hiking and walking trails of varying degrees of difficulty that let you explore the lake from above or around the shore. Dive into the crystal clear waters of the lake: Bellagio has several times won the top rating from the Lega Ambiente (Environmental Association) for water quality.