46°01'41.06'' N 09°05'52.51'' O
From Switzerland - after the Gotthard or San Bernardino tunnel, take the Lugano North exit from the motorway A2. There is a new tunnel situated to bypass Lugano. The tunnel will end at Cassarate valley in the north near the football stadium Cornaredo. Follow the road in the direction of Gandria where you cross the border into Italy. The Parco San Marco Lifestyle Beach Resort is on the left, approximately 16 km from the tunnel, 0.5 km from the village of Cima and about 2 km before the town of Porlezza.
From Italy, take the "Dei Laghi" road from Milan until you reach Lago di Como, then follow the signs for Menaggio (following the edge of lake Como). In Menaggio, follow the signs for Porlezza-Lugano. Drive through Porlezza and the Parco San Marco Lifestyle Beach Resort is on the right approximately 2 km after Porlezza.
Or use the comfortable route planners of ViaMichelin.com.
For a timetable of the Swiss railway click here
Departing from Lugano Central Station you can take any bus to Lugano Castagnola/Cassarate. The destination name is"Lido". As soon as you get off at "Lido" you will be close to the communal pool. Here you have to change into the blue bus C12 direction Menaggio.There is no indication of C12 at the bus stop as it is an Italian bus and not part of the Swiss transportation system.The bus stop for the bus C12 is located in Via Campo Marzio (parallel to the municipal swimming pool). Very near to the bus stop, you will find the kiosk Mondial Change (closed on Sundays) where you can buy the bus tickets for the bus C12 (Lugano-Menaggio).
In Cima you will see the large white signs for the hotel, and you can also tell the bus driver that you want the stop for Parco San Marco. The ride takes roughly half an hour.
Be aware that you have to get the tickets prior to entering the bus.
The transfer prices are available on request.
The taxi service is guaranteed if booked with a minimum of 24 hours in advance.
To confirm your flights, for reservation or vacancy requests, here you find the most important links for our region.