Sala Comacina

View over the town and island. The name Sala is Celtic in origin and means gulf.

  • The bell tower of S.Bartolomeo.
    The white church of S. Giovanni stands out on the island background.
  • Internal alley.

The Greenway in Sala.

This photo shows several symbols of the Lario: the Zoca de l'oli (basin of oil) and the gulf of Diana, Villa Cassinella, Villa Balbianello and the steamship Concordia upon arrival.
Villa Lucertola stands on the opposite shore.

Sala and the steamship Concordia.

Olive trees and sunflowers. The shore that stretches between Colonno and Ossuccio is known as Zoca de l'oli (basin of oil) due to the peaceful atmosphere of the lake waters and the olive trees that grow spontaneously.

The romantic B&B L'isola Comacina and the landscape below.

A breath-taking shot of the most photographed branch of the lake in the Como province,
taken from the Sala Alp.

A farmer walking along the path.

After a two-hours walk, vast solitary meadows open up to the landscape below.