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What a wonderful, interesting place this little island is.
You can really see how the fishermen of the lake, and their families would have lived in days gone by.
There is a tiny museum on the island which gives an insight of how they all...More
This “Fishermans Island” is one of 3 islands on Lake Maggiore known as the Borromean Islands. The Borromean Islands are a group of three small islands and two islets in the Italian part of Lago Maggiore, located in the western arm of the lake, between...More
We enjoyed our visit .Took the summer boat from Baveno .Quick and a fair price .
Lots of good bars and restaurants .Still manages to have a lived on feel . Just !
Just wandering looking at the vistas was appealing enough .
Visited as second of the three islands. Lively fishing orientated little island, full of little restaurants, some hotels, small shops and above all great views. Good for a couple of hours. You can stay in one of the hotels but would advise to book in...More
A lovely and quaint island to stroll around. There's not much to do here other than that, but who cares. It is beautiful, idyllic and quaint. We came at the start of May and there went so many tourists turn either, although the market stalls...More
The smallest of the three Borromean islands and the only one not a museum. Quaint and touristy only a few hundred meters long loaded with places to eat drink and buy souveniers. Ferries come and go all the time so stay away from restaurants by...More
Plenty of cafes and restaurants, but plenty of tourists as well. Nothing much to do there, except for eating and shopping for tacky souvenirs. Worth a short stop, but it is much better to save this time for Isola Bella or Isola Madre, two real...More