Isola Comacina

The Comacina Island is the unique island of Lake Como, near Tremezzina. Sights include seven churches built by the ancient Byzantines, secluded corners and the open views. An aura of mystery lingers on the history of the island, its inhabitants, the churches and the buildings which were once there in great numbers and were destroyed by the soldiers of Como army.

Isola Comacina

Get in

By car and by ferry

Take the Motorway A9, exit Como Nord, follow the road SS340 Regina heading to Menaggio and stop at Sala Comacina. Once you have parked, go down the stairs leading to the pier where a boat will take you to the island in a matter of minutes.

By public boat

The standard Lake Como ferry services stop here during the day www.navigazionelaghi.it.

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