Lake Maggiore is the second largest of the Italian Lakes. Measuring approximately 40 miles in length, it sits in Italy but also has a foot in Switzerland and stretches from Arona in the South to Locarno in the North. It’s shores are divided between the two Italian regions of Lombardy and Piedmont and the Swiss canton of Ticino. Whilst it may be quieter than it’s Italian neighbours Lake Como and Lake Garda with less tourists flocking to its shores, it offers just as much to see and do, making it the perfect holiday destination whatever your age.
Lido at Locarno
Whilst this is not the only lido on Lake Maggiore’s shores, it’s definitely the biggest and arguably the best. As well as enjoying direct access to the lake, the lido boasts four outdoor swimming pools including a children’s pool, heated spa pool and Olympic sized swimming pool whilst inside there