Lake Maggiore Weather February Averages, Italy

    • Temperature Temperature 3°C 37°F
    • High Temperature High Temperature 8°C 46°F
    • Low Temperature Low Temperature -2°C 28°F
    • Sunshine Hours Sunshine Hours 3 hours
    • Rainfall Rainfall 68 mm
    • Rainfall Days Rainfall Days 11 days

    Lake Maggiore Weather for February 2021

    What's the Weather like in Lake Maggiore in Feburary


    Still part of the off-season, February in Lake Maggiore sees an average daily temperature of 3°C (about 37°F), a little above freezing and an ideal temperature for winter activities like skiing and hiking. The resort, which is part of Italy, as well as Switzerland, has a low temperature that drops to a very cold -2°C (about 28°F) but fortunately, you'll typically only see those temperatures at night and in the early morning. The highs get up to 8°C (about 46°F), signaling the start of spring soon.


    If you don't mind bundling up against the cold, this month is a good time to visit thanks to the low precipitation chances. With the near-freezing temperatures, any precipitation that does fall may come in the form of snow, creating a beautiful winter wonderland with the lake as a scenic backdrop. The average amount of rainfall for this time increases over January to 68 mm. The rain or snow falls over 11 days during the month on average and there is a 40 percent chance of precipitation on any given day.

    Average Sunshine Hours

    You'll want to be sure to be prepared for the cool weather with a heavy jacket or coat, as well as a hat, gloves, and maybe even a scarf. The higher elevations and hills surrounding the lake can get snow this time of year, so bring along snow boots or hiking boots if you plan on exploring those areas. You'll have seven hours of sunlight each day to do your sightseeing, a 25 percent chance of a sunny day and a 50 percent chance of a cloudy day.

    Highest and Lowest Recorded Temperatures in February

    The highest temperature this part of Europe has seen for this month was a balmy 21°C (about 69°F). This month also had a historic low reach down to -8°C (around 17°F), very chilly for the area, especially around the lake.

    Lake Maggiore Hotels in February

    Hotel Elena

    Cute, comfortable, and affordable, Hotel Elena is only steps from Lake Maggiore and the town of Stresa. In your room, you'll find a private bathroom with shower, a balcony with a view of the lake or the town square, and amenities like television and telephone. The hotel is pet-friendly, so you can bring along Fido to enjoy the vacation too. Other amenities include a lift for guests' convenience, private parking, tourist information, and town maps so that you can explore on your own.

    Hotel Pallanza

    Another property in the Hotels Pallanza family, Hotel Pallanza is located just down the road from its sister properties, Hotel Belvedere and Hotel San Gottardo. It overlooks Lake Maggiore and is decorated to resemble older lake homes. You'll enjoy a peaceful and quiet getaway in February thanks to the calming colors and amazing vistas you'll enjoy from your room. The modern rooms have televisions, telephones, balconies, and tasteful furnishings.

    Hotel Fontana

    The Hotel Fontana is found in the village of Varallo Pombia and near Lake Maggiore. The affordable rooms all come with air conditioning, television, Wi-Fi, and private bathroom. The on-site restaurant has plenty of space for dining, including an outdoor terrace to dine under the stars in the warmer months. While staying at the Hotel Fontana, you'll have easy access to numerous golf courses, the Pombia zoo safari, and the villages of Arona, Stresa, and Sesto Calende.

    Bars and Restaurants

    Osteria Da.Ma

    The Osteria Da.Ma. restaurant is found in the town of Brebbia and is known for its polenta, mixed with interesting ingredients like venison, sausage, and mushrooms. The rustic interior is the perfect backdrop for the classic Italian and Mediterranean dishes, complete with a wine list full of local favorites. The dessert menu is not to be missed either, with handmade sweet treats.

    Circolo di Cerro

    Check out Circolo di Cerro restaurant in Laveno-Mombello for a slice of authentic Italian pizza. The fun and lively establishment sits near the beach so it's the ideal spot to grab a quick bite to eat between swimming and sunbathing. The affordable prices and large portions also make it a popular choice for locals and visitors alike. To complement your pizza and pasta, choose one of the restaurant's many wines or beers.

    Locomotive Café

    The Locomotive Café is found in Baveno and the perfect place to pre-game before going out for the night or stop in for after-dinner drinks. The trendy and hip bar has a good selection of beers and wines. The menu features different small plates, ideal for sharing with the group. If you want something a little more substantial to eat, check out the burgers, sandwiches, and appetizers. 

    Things to do in Lake Maggiore in February

    Volandia Park and Museum

    Just south of the lake, near the Malpensa Airport, the Volandia Park and Museum is a must-do for any aviation fan during the cooler February weather. The museum explores seven areas of aviation including forms of flight, fixed wing, rotary wing, space, drones, and model aircrafts. Kids of all ages will love the indoor and outdoor exhibits that include flight simulators, planetarium, library, movies, store, and restaurant.

    Rossi d'Angera Distillery

    The Rossi d'Angera Distillery is not only a cool place to learn about the distillery process, it's also housed in a beautiful castle. The distillery makes several different types of grappas and liqueurs and throughout the year, you can go on tours of the distillation plant and the warehouses where the alcohol is aged. The tasting tour is available year-round, which gives you the history of the distillery and of course, a taste of the liquor.

    Chiesa dei S.S. Pietro e Paulo

    The Chiesa dei S.S. Pietro e Paulo, or the Church of Saints Peter and Paul, sits in the town of Brebbia and is one of the most recognizable churches in the area. The Romanesque church dates all the way back to the 7th century and from it you can see paintings and drawings on the walls from that time period. Not only does the church allow you to experience the history of Italy, you can also see some of its beauty.

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