Italy, Lombardy, Lenno
- 0344 562 88
- Open (touring pitches):
- 1 March - 31 October.
Alan Rogers Review
Camping La’Vedo is a small, friendly unpretentious campsite located between the busy main SS340 road and a forested area bordering Lake Como. This is a simple site with few pitches and little in the way of facilities, however it has a restaurant serving good value meals and pizzas, and breakfast is available in the bar. La’Vedo is within walking distance of all the town amenities and, perhaps most importantly, the lake with its beaches and boat excursions. Camping La’Vedo is a good site for walkers and cyclists, serving as a no-frills night stop when touring the area.u>
There are ferry services to many the towns on Lake Como. The stretch of lakeside to the north of Lenno is renowned for its opulent villas dating back to the 16th century, some of which are open to the public.
One clean and well maintained sanitary block with some British style toilets and hot showers (on payment). Facilities for disabled visitors. Washing machine. Bar with breakfast service. Restaurant and pizzeria. Free WiFi near reception area.
- Bar Nearby
- Bar on Site
- Facilities for disabled visitors
- Shop Nearby
- Takeaway Food
Approaching from north on SS340 Via Statale, pass through Azzano and proceed towards Lenno with the lake on your left. After bell tower, keep an eye out for Dino Market on left then Valde and ‘P’ parking signs on white board. Turn left down lane at side of builder’s yard. Site immediately on right. Long or wide units are strongly advised not to use the narrow SS340 from Como.