Lake Como beaches

Lake Como beaches

The shores of Lake Como are studded with beaches and resorts, where both locals and tourists find some relaxation on the hottest days. Here you will find a list of Lake Como’s best beaches, subdivided by area (Como branch, Lecco branch, Colico branch). This way, you will have the opportunity to choose the beach that is most convenient for you.

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Lake Como beaches – The Como branch (south-west)

Argegno

Lido di Argegno. The beach of Argegno is situated near the little harbor of the town. Fully equipped with sun beds and umbrellas, this grassy beach is suitable both for families and groups of friends. Guests can buy some food and drinks at the bar. Ample parking space is available. Info

Bellagio

Lido di Bellagio. Located near the Villa Melzi gardens, the LiBe is a beautiful beach club for people who want to get a tan on some comfortable sun beds, or simply enjoy the fresh air of Lake Como in the shade of a gazebo. A well stocked bar and free Wi-Fi are available for guests. Info

San Giovanni beach (FREE ENTRY). This is a cute pebbly beach in the neighborhood of San Giovanni of Bellagio. Given its nature, we don’t recommend this beach to people with disabilities. During the summer months, the beach hosts a bar selling ice cream, drinks, and food. Info

Cernobbio

Lido di Cernobbio. People are not allowed to swim in the waters off of Cernobbio. But if you want to spend a sunny day in a beautiful setting, this is the right place. The beach club is located at the end of the Riva di Cernobbio, and is equipped with deckchairs, umbrellas, and a pool. Parking places can be found near the beach. Info

Como

Lido di Villa Olmo. During summer, this is one of the busiest Lake Como beach facilities. The Lido is equipped with solarium areas and two pools, one for children and one for adults. People have the opportunity to rent umbrellas, deckchairs, and sun beds. There are also a bar and a wellness area. Ample parking space is available. Info

Open – Lido di Villa Geno. This grassy beach offers a beautiful view of the Como villas on the opposite bank. People can rent umbrellas and sun beds, and can taste some traditional food at the restaurant of the beach. Parking places can be found near the beach. Info

Faggeto Lario

Lido di Faggeto (FREE ENTRY). This small beach is located in Faggeto Lario, and gets quite crowded in the summer.
Guests have the possibility of renting sun beds or buying food and drinks at the bar of the beach. Parking places are along the street. Info

Griante

Griante beach (FREE ENTRY). This stony beach offers its guests the chance to rent umbrellas, deckchairs, and canoes. People can take a break and eat something at the bar on the beach. Parking places are along the street that leads to Griante. Info

Lido di Cadenabbia. The Lido is a few hundreds meters away from Tremezzo, and is fully equipped with sun beds, deckchairs, and a pool. The structure, which also includes a bar, offers a magnificent view of Bellagio. Ample parking space is available. Info

Nesso

Careno beach (FREE ENTRY). Careno, located in the southernmost part of Nesso, hosts a beach that consists partly of lawn and partly of natural sand. You can get there by foot, simply following the walkway that takes you through the ancient village. Info

Pognana Lario

Riva di Quarzano (FREE ENTRY). The Riva di Quarzano is one of Lake Como’s beaches more loved by locals. It is a wide green area on the shores of the lake, and you can get there only after a long and steep walk. Don’t go there if you are not able to face the hundreds of rocky steps. The beach does not provide any services, but there’s a bar at the beginning of the walk. Parking places are along the street. Info

Tremezzina

Lido di Lenno. Gazebos, sun beds, restaurant, and sandy beach, all within the magic setting of the Venus Bay (Golfo di Venere). On summer nights, Lido di Lenno becomes a popular beach club, a reference point for many young locals.Info

Lido di Ossuccio (FREE ENTRY). This is a grassy beach that owes its beauty to its surroundings of Isola Comacina (which you can reach from the nearby dock) and the ancient Church of Santa Maria Maddalena. During summertime the park gets quite crowded.Info

Parco Mayer in Tremezzo (FREE ENTRY). The park hosts some secular trees, a bar, a stony beach, and a volleyball court. In summer, the pro-loco uses Parco Mayer as a venue for outdoor events and manifestations. Parking places are along the street. Info

Lake Como beaches – The Lecco branch (south-east)

Abbadia Lariana

Lido di Abbadia (FREE ENTRY). This is a beautiful grassy beach, equipped with a bar and deckchairs. Located at the northern end of the lake promenade of Abbadia, the park is a very cozy and quiet place for people who need some relaxation. Info

Lecco

Lido Orsa Maggiore. The Orsa Maggiore was born to entertain local youth. It’s not a simple beach; it also includes a restaurant and a club, as well as the possibility to rent pedal boats and canoesInfo

Mandello del Lario

Lido Mandello del Lario (FREE ENTRY). Spend the day at this cute beach, which offers the possibility for its guests to rent umbrellas and sun beds. There is also a bar where you can buy something to eat for lunch and dinner.Info

Oliveto Lario

Onno Nord beach (FREE ENTRY). The beach of Onno Nord (a neighborhood of Oliveto Lario) is quite long and pebbly, and the waters are crystal clear. The beach is not equipped with services, but the large trees will give you the possibility to rest under their shade. Info

Pareo Beach (FREE ENTRY). This is another amazing place in the little locality of Onno. The Pareo Beach is a bit more equipped, offering its guests the chance to rent umbrellas and deckchairs. In summer, people spend the night there can order something to drink at the restaurant/cocktail bar on the beach. Info

Varenna

Lido di Varenna-Perledo. The sandy beach of Varenna is equipped with sun beds, deckchairs, and a boat dock. In the vicinity you can also find a restobar. The beach actually takes place in the neighboring town of Perledo. Info

Fiumelatte beach (FREE ENTRY). The locality Fiumelatte, a neighborhood of Varenna, has several beaches of sand or stones. Info

Lake Como beaches – The Colico branch (north)

Bellano

Lido di Bellano. Here you’ll find a cool Lake Como beach, perfect for families. This sandy beach, in fact, is equipped with a bar, showers, and a swimming pool for children. You can also rent deckchairs and sun beds. The beach is located on the lake promenade of Bellano. Info

Colico

Lido di Colico. This is a wide beach of sand and grass. It hosts a bar, a soccer field, and a tennis court, as well as a kitesurf and windsurf school. Guests have the possibility of renting deckchairs, sun beds, and canoes. Info

Laghetto di Piona (FREE ENTRY). The beach of Laghetto di Piona is definitely one of the coolest beaches in Colico, with its large grassy lawn and the big plane trees which provide cool shade. Ample parking space is available. 

Dervio

Dervio beach (FREE ENTRY). This sandy and grassy beach is not equipped, but behind it there is an encampment with a bar and various services. It is located very close to the lake promenade of DervioInfo

Gravedona

Lido SereNella Beach (FREE ENTRY). It is the most famous beach of Gravedona, promising great comfort for the whole family. The beach has two swimming pools, one for children and one for adults, in addition to a bar and a lounge area. Info

Menaggio

Lido di Menaggio. This is a great place to spend your time, all within one of the most charming towns of Lake Como. The beach is suitable for the whole family, with two swimming pools and some games for children. The beach of Menaggio also hosts a big restaurant, which can host hundreds of guests. Info

Lerai (FREE ENTRY). This public beach hosts a kiosk where you can buy some food and drinks. You can also rent pedal boats, canoes, and rowing boatsInfo