Germignaga is a town with 3799 inhabitants (as of 2012) in the province of Varese (Lombardy) in Italy.
The village Gremignaga lies at the mouth of the rivers Tresa and Margorabbia on Lake Maggiore next to Luino.
The mild climate of the lake is ideal for swimming, diving, sailing, surfing, fishing or simply relax by the lake.
Neighbouring communities of Germignaga are Brezzo di Bedero, Brissago Valtravaglia, Cannero Riviera, Luino and Porto Valtravaglia.
Interesting place in and around Germignaga
A main attraction of Germignaga is the parish church of San Giovanni Battista with an organ by Francesco Carnisi from 1852.
The bike path that winds for several kilometers mainly in the district of Premaggio along the river Margorabbia and attentive cyclists can enjoy the views of the fantastic landscape.
The Boschetto, however, is the venue for all folk festivals, but can also be visited at any other time. It is equipped with footpaths and a pine forest on the lake shore.