Weddings and Events in the Northern Lakes in Italy
For centuries the lake district has inspired poets, writers and musicians with the beauty of the landscape and the picturesque little towns. This area has the ideal scenery to celebrate the most beautiful day of your life due to the wide choice of extremely high quality locations and venues as well as breathtaking views with crystal-clear waters surrounded by gorgeous mountains.
LAKE GARDA is renowned for its natural beauty and breathtaking scenery, crystal clear waters and pretty little lakeside towns and villages. This lake has a contrasting landscape of gentle plains in the south and dramatic mountains in the north.
Nesting at the foot of the hills on the south west shore of the lake, the fashionable resort of Gardone Riviera still retains much of the former elegance. Further south from Gardone lies Salò, a lively town full of cafés and trattorias. Salò area offers very unique places for your reception from a gorgeous private island with exceptional beauty of the nature to a cosy hilltop agriturismo with a spectacular views.
Malcesine, on the other side of the lake, is one of the prettiest towns on the lake and it is full of character. Lying at the foot of Monte Baldo its cobbled streets lead to the lakefront with the medieval Scaligeri castle dominating the town.
LAKE COMO is the most scenic of all the Italian lakes. The Italian sense of style and elegance is very evident here and therefore it has been for centuries a popular destination for high class holidays. Many famous persons have found Lake Como a magical place for send some time.
Along the shore there are wonderful villas rich in artistic masterpieces and immaculately well kept gardens with plenty of flowers as well as exotic and rare plants. Today a good part of these villas hosts private events and are easily reachable also by boat.
On the borders of Piedmont, Lombardy and Switzerland, LAKE MAGGIORE is the second largest Italian lake. The best known part of the lake is the area of the Borromean Gulf which includes the marvelous Borromean Islands where art and nature come together in perfection to produce the beauty of the place. Little towns and private villas with their world famous botanic gardens along the shores of the Lake Maggiore give an atmosphere of luxury and elegance. The three Borromean Islands (Isola Bella, Isola Madre and Isola dei Pescatori) in the heart of the Gulf are the real pearl of this location.
One of the Italy’s lesser known lakes, LAKE ORTA, is the smallest lake and probably the most romantic of all. The little medieval town Orta San Giulio, situated on a hilly promontory facing the island of San Giulio, is the most important center of the lake.
From there you can climb up the Sacred Mount which has 20 frescoed chapels presenting the life of St. Francis of Assisi and you can enjoy the panoramic view over the Island San Giulio which is famous of its 4th century’s Basilica.