Lake Maggiore: a place of authentic geographic wonders, it is probably one of the most sought-after destinations by couples intending to marry. Famous places such as Stresa, Arona and Lesa, coveted by thousands of foreign tourists, the famous San Carlone statue, the Borromean islands, these are the major attractions of this area, where green hills embrace one of the most fascinating lakes in Europe, offering breathtaking views and settings.
A few examples:
Villa Claudia dal Pozzo – Belgirate, Lake Maggiore
The party becomes royal, amidst the centuries-old park of Villa Claudia and the Festive Halls.
The precious, elegantly fitted halls of Villa Claudia Dal Pozzo – still currently owned by the Dal Pozzo Marquise, open up on the lovely terrace with view on Lake Maggiore. The halls on the ground floor of Villa Claudia, with its marvellous terrace facing the lake, can be used for special events: weddings, dinner galas and parties in general, with a hosting capacity of up to 230 comfortably seated people.
Villa Claudia, surrounded by greenery with a stunning view on Lake Maggiore and the Monastery of Saint Catherine, is the ideal location for the reception.
Art and tradition merge in an enchanted, natural setting, where the bride, the groom and their guests can appreciate interiors and external spaces for a special day.
All the halls are extremely bright, filled with natural light, and face the nineteenth-century terrace opposite the Villa, with a beautiful view of the Lake.
The passion for excellence marks the offer, with carefully designed services and the professionalism of the organisation office.
Moreover, Villa Claudia offers the possibility to celebrate the civil wedding both inside the Villa or outside, in the gardens.
Villa Frua – Stresa Lago Maggiore
The building dates back to 1912, the year the Milanese family De Angeli Frua destined it to private residence for the summer holidays until the Second World War when the family came to reside in Stresa. The 5,000 square metres centuries-old park features prestigious timber trees including a hundred years old Lebanese citron tree and a Majestic Chestnut tree, probably older than the garden itself.
The Villa’s elegant and graceful classic halls, which can host up to 120 guests, have wide and bright windows facing the park and are furnished with precious antique furniture and modern elements of design which make it a really unique destination for stylish events.
The centuries old park, which in the nice season can host 150 to 180 people, is furnished with a gazebo, also furnished with design elements, making it a memorable place.