Tremezzo Holidays

Perfect for a lakeside stroll

Stretching across the west lake promenade on Lake Como, Tremezzo borders on the resorts of Lenno and Menaggio. Tremezzo is one of Lake Como’s quieter treasures, with a small but beautiful medieval sector of the town with winding cobbled streets and grand 18th and 19th century houses and hotels lined up along the promenade. Nestled under the watchful gaze of Mount Crocione with great views across the lake towards Bellagio, the area of Tremezzo is also known as the Azalea Riviera because of the masses of stunning azaleas and rhododendrons, camellias and magnolias that bring the whole place to life with their vibrant and multicoloured blossoms.

Tremezzo is extremely well linked to other towns across Lake Como with efficient ferry and bus services going to and from your home base.

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Sagra de San Giovanni

In the last weekend of June, the Sagra de San Giovanni festival is a festival that celebrates the rich and vibrant heritage of Lake Como. This historic event involves a weekend of folk, art and food from the world of old Italy. The focal point of the festival occurs in the evening after the sun has set when a hundreds of floating lamps are pitched onto Lake Como alongside a fabulous firework display.


Concorso d’Eleganza

If you didn’t already recognise the big clue in the name of the festival, the Concorso D’Eleganza Festival is perhaps one of the most luxurious and prestigious car festivals in the world. Taking place in the latter half of May, the event takes place at the Grand Hotel Villa d’Este in Cernobbio on the southern shores of the lake. A truly glamorous experience, you can see a variety of historical and unique cars from 1920 to 1980, and some of the more modern one-off multimillion pound wonders that look right at home on the winding roads of northern Italy.


Como Summer Festival

The Lake Como summer music festival takes place across numerous venues on Lake Como during the summer, including villas and gardens overlooking the water, castles, and some Brianza theatres. The festival celebrates all genres of music, from the classical scores that echo the aristocratic past of the region, through to modern numbers with jazz and pop music in the evenings.


Flower, art and flavour Festival

Taking place in Mennagio on the 21st-22nd May 2016, the flower, art and flavour festival is exactly what is says on the tin. The town of Mennagio comes to life with food markets, music in every single available corner of every street, art and beautiful spring flower decorations.

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Villa Carlotta

Located in between Tremezzo and Cadenabbia, the Villa Carlotta has gardens full of tropical plants, rare conifers, and stunning camellias, azaleas and rhododendrons- the perfect setting for its classical concerts during July and August.


With its balmy climate, Lake Como is a fantastic location to head to for a spot of Italian golf. There are several golf courses around the lake that are easily accessible from resorts including Golf Club Lecco and Menaggio & Cadenabbia Golf Club. Many of the golf clubs in this region have been long established and earned a great reputation amongst the Italians and other guests.

For more information about golf in the region, please speak to your Inghams rep and book locally.



You can hire bicycles from many different places across Lake Como (we recommend Lenno or Menaggio) and there are plenty of paths and trails across the area to explore on two wheels.

Talk to your Inghams rep if you are keen to get out and cycle in the area, and they’ll be more than happy to point out some of the best routes and most scenic areas to you.


Sports centre

Situated in Bellagio there is a sports centre that has several open air tennis courts, swimming pool and other sports facilities available at a local entrance fee. There is also a small bar and restaurant with free WiFi on the premises. Pay locally for your entrance.


Cadenabbia Lido

Part of the Grand Hotel Britannia in Cadenabbia, the lido juts out into the lake and makes a wonderful relaxing afternoon/ evening out. You can enjoy the swimming pool at a local price and it has some truly spectacular views out over the lake.


T-Spa at the Grand Hotel Tremezzo

Situated next door to the Hotel Bazzoni in Tremezzo the Grand Hotel Tremezzo has an absolutely outstanding spa on its premises that offers an indoor/outdoor infinity swimming pool that overlooks the lake, luxury beauty treatments, massages, a hamman bath, several exclusive suites and more. A


Bellagio Watersports Club

For kayaking days out on the lakes, the Bellagio Watersports Club can offer the hire of canoes and boats, as well as organised excursions with tour guides around Lake Como. This activity is not organised by Inghams but if you would like to book a day of canoeing then please speak to your Inghams rep who will be more than happy to assist.



One of the best activities to enjoy on Lake Como is sailing. There are a variety of boats that can be hired to explore the lake on, with or without a driver/captain and it makes a great day time activity, especially if the weather is lovely! There is a speedboat hire in Menaggio, and sailing clubs located in Nobiello on the north of the lake or at Lecco.

This activity can be arranged locally so speak with your Inghams rep in resort who will do their best to assist you.

Useful Information

Resort Code: ITTZ

Languages spoken: Italian

Time difference: GMT +1

Currency: EUR

  • from£399pp
  • 137 rooms

Positioned on the shores of Lake Como and in the very heart of the small town of Tremezzo,The Hotel Bazzoni offers excellent value for money along with traditional Italian charm and an included drinks package. 



We offer a range of guided excursions to help you make the most of your holiday. 

Special Excursion Packages
Pre-book any of the excursion packages below, and SAVE up to £20
Milan + Bergamo + St. Moritz £125 : Booking Code: A
Milan + Bergamo + Stresa and Orta £126 : Booking Code: B
Milan + St Moritz + Stresa and Orta £129 : Booking Code: C


St. Moritz £51, full day, Monday

This full day excursion to St Moritz includes the famous Bernina Express train from Poschiavo and takes you through breathtaking scenery.By coach we take you up the northern arm of the lake, and into the majestic Val Valtellina, one of the great valleys of the eastern Alps and producer of the area’s splendid wines, meats and cheeses. Our first stop, for coffee, is at the small town of Tirano with its notable cathedral.

We then proceed to Poschiavo for the highlight of the day: a spectacular ride on the Bernina Express, past glaciers, over dramatic gorges and viaducts, as far as Diavolezza, covering the highest part of the journey which climbs the steepest gradients in the world (of up to 70%) without the use of cog wheels.

It is then a short and scenic journey on to St Moritz itself, where you have free time to take in the stunning views over the crystal lake, explore and admire the shops and to have lunch.

Our descent, by coach, is no less dramatic. We take the unforgettable road down through the Maloja pass, with extraordinary vistas offered at every moment. The final stop is back in Italy, at the charming, historic town of Chiavenna, the ‘key’ of Italy, where you can explore the town’s attractive, cobbled streets and shops.

Bergamo £48, ¾ day, Thursday

The city of Bergamo Alta has been described as the prettiest open-air museum in the world . Birthplace of the opera writer, Gaetano Donizetti, this sophisticated and stunning small town contains no building newer than the seventeenth century. The cobbled streets contain medieval towers and wonderful views at every turn, and the main piazza is one of the most beautiful in all Italy.

We start our excursion from the picture-postcard, historic village of Varenna, on the eastern shore of Lake Como. Cost of ferry ticket to pick up point not included. (approx €8 return). We then travel by coach along the scenic eastern shore of the lake to the town of Lecco and on past mountain scenery to Bergamo.

You will then have free time for lunch and to explore the town. Bergamo is well known for its meats, cheeses, wines and specialities, both savoury and sweet. You may wish to make your way to a scenic viewing point or visit one of the excellent museums. Or you may simply wish to browse the smart shops and picturesque streets.

In the afternoon we join our expert city guide for an interesting and entertaining tour around some of the streets and monuments, including the church of Santa Maria Maggiore, one of the greatest churches in northern Italy, and the chapel of the great condottiere, Bartolomeo Colleoni, which adjoins it.

Milan £48, full day, Tuesday

Taking the panoramic road along Lake Como’s ‘arm of gold’, skirting past Como, we stop for a coffee-break outside Milan. En route you will receive general instructions about the city and a map, before starting the tour with an expert guide who will first take you around the extraordinary Renaissance Castello Sforzesco, one of Milan's great monuments which was once Europe's greatest fortress.

Then enjoy many of the sights, ancient and modern, from the comfort of the bus, with a full live commentary from our expert guide, until you arrive at La Scala, the world’s most famous opera house. You will then be treated to an entertaining and informative guided tour of the historic centre of Milan, making your way from La Scala through the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, to the Cathedral itself. The awe-inspiring Duomo, the third-largest in the world, has the largest stained glass of any cathedral and yet has an ethereal quality conjured up by the pink-veined Candoglia marble and the intricate details of its façade and roof.

Then you are free to enjoy the afternoon you wish. Whether you would like to take the chance to visit one of Milan’s renowned art galleries or museums, including La Scala Museum, sample the designer shops, department stores, enjoy the unrivaled views from the top of the Duomo, or simply enjoy exploring the elegant streets, or the lovely Brera district, full of charming bars, cafes and the site of the famous Brera Art gallery, you will find all these options within a few minutes’ walk.

Stresa and Lake Orta £52, full day, Friday

Lake Orta, only twelve kilometres in length, has been described as the most romantic of all the Italian lakes. It inspired Browning and captured Nietzsche's heart.

We first visit the lake’s enchanting town of Orta San Julio, set on a garden peninsular and overlooking the island of San Giulio. Orta’s streets are too narrow for cars so it makes exploring the cobbled streets a breeze, lined with shops, bars and restaurants and ancient buildings. All streets lead to the handsome Piazza Motta which offers a stunning views over to the island of San Giulio.

Lake Maggiore is a majestic, blue lake and the second largest of the Italian lakes, at 65 km in length. We visit Stresa, the ‘Pearl of Verbano, and Maggiore’s most beautiful town, at the foot of imposing Monte Mottarone, which has a cable-car running to its peak (4.920 ft). The town, which has a charming piazza and large number of shops and bars, hosts a famous series of concerts from the end of August to the end of September. The lakeside promenade is celebrated for its lush vegetation and flowers, including oleanders, mimosa and azaleas.

Included in the price of the tour, is a visit to the Isola Bella by private boat (entrance to the Palazzo Borromeo and its gardens at additional cost). The gardens were inspired by the ‘hanging gardens of Babylon’ and Count Borromeo fashioned them into the shape of a ship for his wife, Isabella, giving the island its name. The palace houses a fine collection of art.

BOOK LOCALLY | Prices are for guidance only.

  • Villas of Como £38, half day
  • Lugano and Como £43, full day

Sight Seeing Tour Bus (East Coast) 

This fantastic and locally run sight seeing tour is certainly not something to miss. This multi-lingual hop on/hop off bus service takes you from Piazza Garibaldi right up through Lecco to the colourful harbour town of Varenna, the stunning crystalline waters of the Orrido di Bellano gorge and the majestic Castello di Vezio. Tickets for the bus service can be bought at local offices and prices range from €20.00 per adult for a return all day ticket to €10.00 for an evening ticket returning at 11.45pm. 

There are also child tickets (ages 5-15 years) available starting at €10.00 with children under the age of 5 travelling for free.

**Please note that we act at all times as a selling agent for the suppliers. All excursions require minimum numbers to run and are subject to change. Some excursions may not be available to pre-book in low season but may be available to book locally subject to numbers. Prices will be confirmed at the time of booking. See terms & conditions.** 

Things To Do

Tremezzo restaurants and food

Situated in the hotel La Darsena, the lovely restaurant here has a fantastic lake-side dining room and terrace that really captures the essence of Lake Como in the evenings when the sun goes down. The menu is multicultural with strong influences from French and Italian cuisine, there is something for everyone regardless of your palette.

Based in the Grand Hotel Tremezzo, next door to the Hotel Bazzoni is the delicious fine dining La Terrazza restaurant. The lakeside terrace overlooks the mountains and is truly spectacular when the sun is setting in the evening. The menu itself serves gourmet Italian cuisine with an extensive wine list.

Pizzeria Balognett is reported to be the best pizza on the lake, and you are guaranateed a warm welcome from your hosts. Great collection of homemade organic pizzas on the menu with a variety of traditional and modern to try.


Tremezzo bars and wine

As previously mentioned, the bar in the Grand Hotel Tremezzo, next door to the Hotel Bazzoni has an outstanding lake-side terrace and this makes it a perfect location to sit and have a glass of wine while watching the sun sink below the horizon and the lights along the promenade flicker into life.

Regarded as one of the best bars in Tremezzo, Cantina Follie also makes a fantastic restaurant. Located in a wine cellar, the menu consists of traditional homemade Italian goodness that has been highly rated by guests, but the crowning glory is the extensive knowledge of wines from the area provided by the two owners. There is also a beautiful al fresco court yard outside for those summer evenings.


Tremezzo shopping

Shopping in the immediate vicinity of Tremezzo itself is limited, but why not take the opportunity to visit the nearby city of Milan for some serious shopping? The excursion runs once a week and while you are there you can grab plenty of wonderful Italian handmade leather goods, fashion, glassware, souvenirs and more.

The Inghams excursion that goes to the beautiful medieval town of Bergamo can be a real exciting trip for the treasure hunters out there, for the town is filled with handmade craft shops selling unique ceramics, jewellery, home decorations and other items that will make fantastic gifts for your friends and family back home.


Tremezzo spas and relaxation

Next door to the Hotel Bazzoni sits the 5-star Grand Hotel Tremezzo which is home to one of the most luxurious spas on the lake. T Spa has some perfectly unspoilt views of the lake from the indoor infinity swimming pool, guests are able to de-stress and unwind with a variety of wonderful treatments. There is also a yoga studio set in the beautiful grounds and gardens of the hotel for a truly unwinding experience.


Tremezzo arts, culture and events

Lake Como truly comes to life during the summer months with vibrant festivals, culture and artistic events. Sagra de San Giovanni is the summer festival in the last week of June that celebrates Como’s wonderful history, through music, folk culture, art and food. Como Summer Festival is a big festival of music with concerts being held in a variety of unusual and unique venues across the lake. From classical music to modern jazz and pop music, it’s not an event to be missed! For any car enthusiasts out there, you may have heard of the internationally renowned Concorso d’Eleganza car festival. A truly luxurious event that is often for invited guests only but spectators are allowed to come along and see the fantastic array of rare and one-off super cars.


The idyllic lakeside villas of Como have always attracted the rich and famous. Today they are reminders of more elegant times. Villa Balbianello, with its magnificent gardens and views should not be missed. 17th century Villa Carlotta in Tremezzo contains sculpture by Canova and 4 acres of gardens with azaleas, rhododendrons and ancient cedars and sequoias.

The Green Way | Easy | Approx 4 hrs (return by bus) |

This walk takes you through some of the most charming villages on Lake Como; Sala Comacina, Ossuccio, Lenno, Mezzegra, Tremezzo and Cadenabbia before arriving at the village of Griante. A great opportunity to get to know the area around Tremezzo and Cadenabbia before exploring further.

For a unique lakes and mountains experience, you can combine your stay on Lake Como with our mountain resort of Champoluc, set in the heart of the Italian Monte Rosa Mountains. You can also combine your stay on Lake Como with any resort on Lake Maggiore so you can compare the two lakes.


  • from£1879pp

Discover the incredible Italian Lakes from Garda to Orta uncovering the beauty of the northern cities and villages in between, on this escorted tour of the region. 

Good to know

  • Buy a central lake day ticket to explore the towns from Bellano to Lenno on any passenger or car ferries
  • Visit Villa Carlotta and discover the magnificent botanical gardens enjoying unrivalled views over the lake across to Bellagio
  • Due to the striking backdrop, Dolce & Gabbanna once hosted a fashion event in Tremezzo’s public park – Parco Meier - a perfect place for relaxing in the sun or swimming in the lake
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