One third of Lake Lugano belongs to Italy and offers interesting places for a visit.

In the northern part, the caves of Rescia, Porlezza and the characteristic villages of Valsolda described by Antonio Fogazzaro in "Piccolo Mondo Antico" are worth a visit: at Oria on the lake shore, you can visit the house where the author spent part of his life and set the novel.

Southern facing Lugano, Campione d'Italia is a charming village, an enclave rich in history and art and it was the cradle of the famous medieval sculptors "Maestri Campionesi". 

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Duration: half day or full day