Italy`s largest and easternmost lake is surrounded by rolling green hills and gardens, vineyards, lemon trees and olive groves. Picturesque villages, medieval castles, and lakeside promenades dot the shoreline. The scenery is enormously diverse, from the fjord-like north, where the Brenta Dolomites drop sheer into the water, to the gentle hills of vineyards and olive groves, and the sea-like southern basin, fringed by beaches.
Italy`s second-largest lake, and one of its most popular. The lake stretches from the Ticino canton of Switzerland down into the Piedmont and Lombardy regions of Italy, and runs about 40 miles long. Some of the towns along the shores of Lake Maggiore which are worth noting are Stresa, Cannobio, Arona, Verbania, and Baveno.
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