Bellano Gorge

Piazza San Giorgio, Bellano (LC)
Bellano Gorge

Description

Bellano Gorge is a natural waterfall, formed in ancient times by Pioverna creek flown into Lake Como, after going through the entire length of Valsassina’s valley.

 

Over thousands of years water has carved a deep gorge and shaped the magnificent cliffs of the mountain, creating a gloomy and picturesque environment.

The grave rumble of the turbulent waters and the wild beauty of nature have always inspired mysterious tales and legends and even nowadays these places are surrounded by an aura of mistery.

In the collective imaginary Cà del Diavol evokes fears and satanic rituals, maling the mysterious charm of the Orrido even more palpable. A cement walkway allows visitors to walk through the steep rocks and appreciate the charm of these places.

The Orrido is open all year round. In particular, during the hot summer days, it’a also possible to enjoy the coolness of the gorge.

Opening hours 2019:

  • In Jenuary, February,March, November and December: holidays and pre-holidays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • In April, May and October: holidays and pre-holidays from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and weekdays from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and from 3 to 6 p.m.
  • In June and September: all days from 10 to 7
  • In July and August: all days from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Prices 2019:

  • whole € 4,00
  • reduced (up to 12 years old) € 3,50
  • groups beyond 25 people (these visits are announced, so contact us) € 3,00
  • children up to 5 years old: free

 

For informations about visits contact the Centro Unico Prenotazioni of Montagne Lago di Como.

 

>>> The collaboration between the Orrido di Bellano and the Navigazione Laghi is back for 2019, with promotional discounts for those coming by lake to visit the Orrido and those who have visited it and set sail with the navigation boats! Promo valid until October 31st.

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Bellano Gorge
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Bellano Gorge
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Bellano Gorge is a natural waterfall, formed in ancient times by Pioverna creek flown into Lake Como, after going through the entire length of Valsassina's valley.
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