This dream holiday home, 30 metres away from the beach and marina, has been completely renovated with new furniture and fixtures. The free-standing structure is situated in the middle of a large subtropical garden, with many romantic corners to relax, play, or philosophize. Furnished with lots of love, the romantic and charming outer area contains a barbecue and a dining and sitting area. Enjoy the Mediterranean climate, the large garden with camellia and palms, located just 30 metres from Lake Maggiore in Porto Ronco, five minutes from Locarno and 3 minutes from Ascona. The two-floor holiday home is newly renovated with charming architecture, furnished with a loving attention to detail. Enjoy the warm evenings on the romantic sitting area with a good bottle of wine. The spacious subtropical garden is ideal for relaxing and philosophizing. The new kitchen is fully equipped, with everything you need to create a gourmet meal; you just need to cook it. For lovers of sports or culture, bon vivants, or fans of festivals, an extensive guide is available.
Chairlifts and cable cars from Cardada / Cimetta
Enjoy a 360° panoramic view over the delta of the Maggia River between Locarno and Ascona, the lowest point in Switzerland, up to the Monte Rosa Massif, Switzerland's highest point.
Cardada and Cimetta offer countless hiking trails and paths for all ages. As long as the sun has not melted the snow, you can also follow the trails with snowshoes. The most precious treasures are often hidden.
One of the most beautiful villages of Switzerland, this quaint village was founded in 1253 by Walser settlers and has been beautifully preserved with all its original houses made of wood and masonry. Here you can truly dive into the past and spend an unforgettable time enjoying the calm, being active in nature and discovering traditions.
Onsernone (Maggia) and the Verzasca valley:
Onsernone Valley and Lake Cavegna: a wild, deeply-cut valley running from east to west along the course of the sun, ridges so steep as to be inaccessible and sunny villages that hug the southern wall halfway up on terraced grounds. Far away from urban centres, this valley has preserved its calm and quiet, retaining its enchanting nature and culture. The Maggia Valley divides and branches, spreading out like a hand, into Val di Campo, Val di Bosco, Val Bavona, Val Lavizzara, and Val Peccia. It takes the form of a large, knobbly hand with crooked fingers, criss-crossed by blue streams that are perfect for swimming, bursting forth from alpine passes and mountain ridges.
The Verzasca Valley:
This valley is wild, romantic, and fascinating. It has maintained the typical and ancient character of the southern alpine valleys. The region has been developed for tourism, offering many interesting sights and activities in the areas of culture, nature and sports.
Boat trips on Lake Maggiore: Intra market (Italy).
The town of Intra-Verbania boasts on the most popular markets at the Lago Maggiore. The coastal road towards the border crossing of Brissago (Madonna di Ponte) is the most heavily travelled. Why not take the ferry or travel by hydrofoil craft?
Among the amazing offers of the market, especially worth tasting are the cheeses. Don't leave without having tried the cream cheese, Mozzarella, Parmigiano, and Pecorino. Also worth mentioning are the fresh fish from the lakes and the rivers, the cured meats and sausages, breads and honey products. Even in winter, the stands are filled with fresh produce. Shoes, handbags, belts and jackets made from leather are also especially popular - as in all markets in northern Italy.
The Brissago islands
With their botanical gardens in the canton of Tessin, they offer a perfect opportunity to escape the noise, chaos and stress of everyday life. The exotic plants, colours, and smells increase our physical and psychological well being.