Tremezzo is a village on Lake Como in Italy. It is on the western shore of the lake, just inside in the southwestern arm of the lake. Since May 2014 it has been part of the new municipality of Tremezzina, which also incorporates Lenno, Mezzegra and Ossuccio.

Get in

The Western Highway around the lake passes through the village.

There are several ferry services:

There are a lot of daily bus connection operated by ASF Autolinee to Como - route C10 ()

Get around

The village is essentially a strip along the lakefront with a few small, narrow paths leading up the hill. Roads lead to the hillside villages immediately to the west.



There is an unmarked public park with steps to the lake where you can swim. The water is clean and very deep from the main steps. At the side is a shallow pebble beach from which children can access the water.


Tremezzo has a post office, a small delicatessen and the usual array of places of tourist interest.

Lenno has a street market every Tuesday morning along the lakefront.


There are a number of hotel restaurants, many of which have outdoor eating areas right next to the lake. There is also a hill trattoria, well signposted, off the main road.


Again the hotels all serve a standard array of local wine and beer.


There are a number of hotels of 3 and 4 star standard. Prices fair for this area.

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