Orta Lake’s WebCam and Meteo

On this page you can find Lake Como WebCam in real time! The shooting is done directly from the terrace of our hotel.  If you want to stay up to date on the weather in Madonna del Sasso (Orta Lake) the Restaurant Hotel Panoramico recommends iltempo24. Our Rooms Panoramic Double Room Beds: Queen-Bed Room forRead More

Le Colline Novaresi

Colline Novaresi is the name commonly used to identify the hilly area of the province of Novara. It offers many places of historical and artistic interest. There are 11 villages in the Novara Hills with 60 places of historical and artistic interest. 26 wine cellars D.O.C. and D.O.C.G., 44 points of sale of local specialties.Read More

Train of Madonna del Sasso e Pella

It’s possible to reach the many places of tourist and religious interest of our territory by the Train of Madonna del Sasso and Pella. On  the way to Madonna del Sasso the train will also stop at the Hotel Panoramico. Timetable 2019 For organized group, associations, parishes and schools the train is available all yearRead More

Lake Maggiore

Lake Maggiore is the second largest lake in Italy. It was so called because in the past, being joined to Lake Mergozzo, it exceeded the surface of Lake Garda.  The origin is fluvioglacial, because the erosion occurred in a pre-existing river valley. The lake extends over Italian and Swiss territory. On Lake Maggiore there areRead More

Orta Lake

The history of the Cusian lands is ancient. This corner of Piedmont, squeezed between the irrigated Novara plain and the first curving of the hills that slowly turn north into the mountains of Ossola, saw the first realization of the aggregated human presence well before the assertion of Roman power. The first inhabitants of StRead More

Madonna del Sasso

The municipality of Madonna del Sasso is located on the western shore of Orta Lake. Its name derives from the homonymous Sanctuary, built between 1730 and 1748 and which stands on a granite spur directly above the lake. The Municipality is composed of the fractions of Artò, Boleto, Centonara and Piana dei Monti, and tookRead More