The Strada Regia was the ancient road that connected Como to Bellagio along the eastern shore of the Lake Lario. A long mule track used until the early twentieth century, which connected all the towns on the western lake side of the Triangle, allowing shepherds, travelers and traders to cross the length and breadth of the territory. The route remained in use until the early 1900s when the nowadays road called Lariana was completed.
We suggest an itinerary that will introduce you to some of the most characteristic hamlets of Lezzeno, the longest town in the Lario with its 7 km of lenght.
Possibility to include the Sanctuary of the Madonna dei Ceppi or / and the medievalwatchtower.