Welcome to Lago di Como
Colico is the last resort on the eastern shore of Lake Como, dominated by the imposing Monte Legnone, which at 2609 meters is the highest mountain in the province of Lecco.
The town is a lakeside resort with good accommodation facilities and is very popular during the summer season; represents the most important center of the Alto Lario.
In 2006 and 2008 he hosted the Italian stage of the kitesurfing World Cup.
The town is located on the western shore of Lake Como, in the northern region called Alto Lario, and is made up of many hamlets on the slopes of Monte Bregagno.
Among these villages there is San Vito, on the lake, where there is the church dedicated to San Vito and San Modesto.
Near this church were found fragments of vases, tools and other objects dating back to the Roman period. The documents prove that in 1172 Cremia was fortified and had a castle on the shore of the lake, but there was no trace of these buildings.