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Mergozzo is characterized by a large square decorated with a centuries-old elm overlooking the shores of the lake from which it takes its name. . Narrow alleys and colorful houses make this village particularly suggestive. Definitely instagrammable is the aperitif in the square at sunset.

Lake Mergozzo was originally joined to Lake Maggiore, and was separated from it following the formation of the Piana di Fondotoce. Entirely included in the special protection area "Lago di Mergozzo and Mont'Orfano", the basin is navigable only by rowing or electric boats, for this reason its waters are among the cleanest in Italy and it is among the most popular destinations for enthusiasts of water sports and sport fishing.

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