On the path that leads to Pendula Stone meets another boulder called the Rock of St. Charles Borromeo tied to a legend that the Holy there soared along with the nuns of the convent, and reappeared at the Sacro Monte of Varese at the headquarters of nuns. Another legend says that San Carlo would have put my hand on the rock wall to bring forth water from the fissure to quench their thirst. Both sites are located along a hiking path of considerable charm, but not only for the views that open onto the Lake Como area. Here, in Piazzaga we find a small group of houses inhabited in the summer and a typical Crotto offering an outstanding quality of food. In the area you can also visit numerous other tombs boulders, medieval archaeological evidence.