Attractions to explore nearby Lake of Varese
The Lake Varese is located at the foot of Varesine Pre-Alps at an altitude of238 m above sea level; has an average depth of11 m and a maximum of26 m, while the surface is14.95 km². It is the 10th Italian lake by extension, among those entirely included in the national borders, and the 12th in total. Known for its unmistakable shoe shape. It is also renowned for the abundance of ducks, so much so that the latter is called the Lake of Ducks.
The Sacro Monte di Varese located in Varese , in the Santa Maria del Monte hamlet , consists of fourteen chapels, dedicated to the mysteries of the Rosary , which lead to the sanctuary of Santa Maria del Monte, a place of pilgrimage since the Middle Ages , which serves as the fifteenth chapel. It belongs to the group of nine Sacred Mountains of Piedmont and Lombardy included in 2003 by UNESCO in the world heritage of humanity.
The Lake Monate is a pre-alpine lake in Lombardy located in the province of Varese between Lake Varese and Lake Maggiore. The lake is fed by underground springs and some canals including the Rio Freddo has a single outlet in the Acquanegra stream that flows into Lake Maggiore in the municipality of Brebbia in the Sabbie d'Oro area. The waters are generally quite clear with some stretches in which they tend to become opaque, taking on a lagoon color.