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Boat trip sailing on lake Orta 2018

The Public Service Line is running from March 31 to October 7 linking Omegna to Orta San Giulio with its small island and Pella.

Do not miss the opportunity to climb to the Sanctuary of the Madonna del Sasso with the tourist train.

Daily departures at 9.00 am and 2.15 pm from the landing stage in Omegna located in the gardens area, 15 minutes walking from the Area Camper lago d'Orta

Departure from Omegna also every Thursday morning at 11.40 am on the occasion of the weekly market of Omegna.

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Madonna del Sasso lago d'Orta

Show your Area Camper's card and pay only € 10.00 to climb to the top of the beautiful balcony of lake Orta: Sactuary of Madonna del Sasso 

you can see, on clear days, Milan and Malpensa as well as Novara and the wilderness Valgrande's area behind Omegna. You can not miss the beautiful island of San Giulio right in front of you, almost touching it.

DEPARTURE:

- from Pella piazza Motta in front of the Antica Torre ice-cream shop - 10.30 am

Timetable coinciding with the Lake Orta navigation service: boat departure from Omegna at 9.00 am

euro 10.00 instead of euro 12.00: climb, stop for your visit and descent to starting point

€ 5.00 children accompanied by paying adult

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Tourism

Lake Orta

Lago d'OrtaThe route begins Gozzano, which you can admire the monumental complex: the castle compound in the Basilica of St. Giuliano (XVIII sec.), Oratory of St. Gaetano and the Episcopal building.

A visit is deserved Romanesque church of San Lorenzo XII sec.).

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Il lago maggioreThe Lake Maggiore is situated between Piedmonte, Lombardia and Switzerland (The northern extremity) and is of a world fame thanks to the susceptibility, in soft climate and in the wealth of the landscapes.

Historically importing, because along banks, takend the life of the civilization of Golasecca, developed in the first Iron Age.

 

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