Lago Maggiore is a stunning lake, located in northern Italy, in the region of Piedmont, Lombardy, and Switzerland. Lago Maggiore's distant views, lush greenery, sun-soaked shores, and calm waters make it one of the most idyllic places in the country. The lake is home to some of the most beautiful towns and villages, such as Stresa and Baveno, with cobbled streets, diverse architecture and a myriad of attractions, including Borromean Islands, with breathtaking landscapes, interesting historical sites and activities such as hiking, swimming, sailing and kayaking. The region is known for its fragrant botanical gardens, awe-inspiring mountains and the majestic Sasso del Ferro mountain. The small but charming town of Miazzina, located on the western shore of the lake, is a great place to start your exploration of Lago Maggiore. With its waterfront promenade, local bars and restaurants, traditional craft stores and impeccable views, Miazzina will provide you with a unique insight into lake life.