Article written Holidays on Lake Como: low, medium and high season.
Andrea Quadroni
27-02-2022

Holidays on Lake Como: low, medium and high season.

Holidays on Lake Como: low, medium and high season.

Holidays on Lake Como: focus on low, medium and high season.

One of the major difficulties encountered by tourists in the search for their accommodation on Lake Como has always been the classification of the seasons in low, medium and high season. These terms define very precise boundaries within which the prices for stays range from a few euros to many more.

The low season coincides with the first opening phases of our Small Camping,
away from Easter (considered the high season), and with those closed between the end of September and the beginning of October. In these periods, with very few euros - children 0-2 years and four-legged friends with free stay - it is possible to spend holidays in complete tranquility and comfort, fully enjoying the warmth of the sun, away from the most insidious rays. During this period, it is possible to apply additional discounts to holders of ACSIcard, Camping card international, ADAC and Camping Key Europe.

The mid season covers the first part of May with the feast of the Ascension and the
workers' day, the month of June - when Italian schools are closed - and the first two weeks of September. In these periods there are many families who choose to spend their holidays at Piccolo Camping, thanks to the moderate prices and the already warm enough climate. Also in these periods, it is possible to apply further discounts to holders of ACSIcard, Camping card international, ADAC and Camping Key Europe.

The coincides with Easter and the very hot July and August, moments in which the season is late and all the accommodation facilities on Lake Como are full.
Beyond the division into seasons, and their price ranges, at Piccolo Camping the advantages are always numerous .. we like to spoil you!

Bicycles, playground, wi-fi ... but above all the joy of being able to host you!

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