|patron||Nabor and Felix|
|Church day||July 12|
|Website||Cadenabbia Official Website|
Cadenabbia is a district of the municipality of Griante in Italy , is located directly on the west bank of Lake Como and is an internationally known tourist destination. Griante is in the Lombardy region and belongs to the province of Como .
Car ferries cross from Cadenabbia to Bellagio .
Konrad Adenauer regularly spent his holidays in Cadenabbia between 1957 and 1966. His former vacation home, Villa la Collina , built in 1899 with its 5.7 hectare park, has been used by the Konrad Adenauer Foundation as an international conference venue since 1977 . In 1990 it was expanded to include the Accademia Konrad Adenauer . Since 1992 there has been a partnership with the city of Bad Honnef , Konrad Adenauer's last place of residence.
Arthur Schnitzler mentions the cemetery of Cadenabbia in his novel The Path to the Open (1908): “And while he was [...] dawning, [...] he saw a lot of shimmering crosses rising up on tiny hills [...] and a reddish-yellow puppet sun shone about it. Suddenly this picture meant the cemetery of Cadenabbia. Georg sat like a little boy on the stone wall and suddenly turned his gaze down to the lake. "
Konrad Adenauer playing boccia in Cadenabbia 1958
- Anna Ferrari-Bravo, Paola Colombini: Guida d'Italia. Lombardia (esclusa Milano). TCI, Milan, 1987, p. 291.
- Anna Ferrari-Bravo: Lombardia: esclusa Milano . Touring club italiano, Milan, 1999, ISBN 88-365-1325-5 , Cadenabbia Online
- Merian guide: Cadenabbia and Lake Como. Travel-House-Media, Munich 2008, ISBN 978-3-939826-68-2 .
- Homepage of Villa la Collina (German)