“Casa Vittoria” is a guesthouse of a villa, once owned by Litta Modignani, built in neoclassical
forms during the first half of the nineteenth century by the Architect Luigi Tatti.
It is located in a hamlet of Tremezzo, in an ancient fishing village (Portezza), where you can also find
the small Romanesque church of S. Vincenzo, and a villa built in the 1930s by the Architect Pietro Lingeri,
a well-known exponent of the Comasco rationalism.
The guest house is surrounded by a wonderful garden overlooking the lake, and it is accessible
from the lake by a jetty that allows the mooring of motorboats and seaplanes.
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The lake of Como, or Lario, has been known since the Roman times for the sweetness of its climate
and the beauty of its landscape; And even the tradition confers to Pliny the Younger
the property of two manors, of which, unfortunately, no sure traces have remained.