In Laveno Mombello, province of Varese, there are two beaches most frequented by the locals, in Cerro and Ceresolo. In the article you will find photos, descriptions and a short video.
The town of Laveno Mombello overlooks Lake Maggiore and many of its shores are open-access. Leaving aside the area of Sasso Galletto, who despite being spectacular does not guarantee absolute security to be below a limestone wall, and also leaving out the part toward Luino, where often the grass is not cut , sunbathers can, continuing on the road that goes to 69 Leggiuno, head to Cerro or Ceresolo.
In Cerro, where once lived the fishermen, there is a swimming beach with a wide sandy area and a long stretch of grass.
There are bars, services, games for children and a large parking lot for a fee on summer days.
From the center of Cerro walk, heading towards the main church you arrive in a small cove where there are also rocks.
Continuing in the car on the main road, towards Leggiuno, in Ceresolo you reach a small parking lot that leads to two tiny beaches, more sand, and free swimming but no facilities.