Thanks to its geographical position and geophysical characteristics, Lake Como has a mild climate.

This mild Mediterranean climate has made it popular since ancient times, encouraging people to construct villas and luxury hotels on its banks as well as to cultivate tropical and Mediterranean plants, such as olives from which a particularly delicate oil is produced.

The clean air is assured by the flow winds blowing from the north and the south, respectively the Tivano in the early hours of the morning and the Breva from afternoon to evening.


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