Lezzeno is in the middle section of Lake Como and lies approximately 15km northeast of Como. From ancient Ligurian and Celtic origins, this charming lakeside town consists of numerous hamlets within its boundaries (which extends to over 5km.) Lezzeno is the last village you reach before arriving at Bellagio. The road in Lezzeno is extremely narrow so be careful when going for walks.
As with many of the lakeside towns and villages in and around Lake Como, Lezzeno has a pebbly beach with fabulous views as it looks across the lake onto Villa Balbianello and Isola Comacina.
There are a few sights in Lezzeno worth visiting; The Carpe Grotto in Lezzeno, also known as the Bulberi or Blue Grotto is a stunning sight to see due to the sunlight reflecting of the water and splashing colour onto the eroded walls of the Sassi Grosgalli (need to see this sight by boat). You can also visit the 16th century churches SS. Quirico and Giulitta as well as the Madonna del Ceppo oratory in the hamlet of Pescau that dates back to the 15th century.