THE LAKE ISEO
Among the great pre-alpine lakes, Lake Iseo is rich in magnificent natural views and historic villages. The town of Iseo, from which the lake takes its name, conquers visitors with its ancient churches and the old castle with four towers. On the southern shore of the lake stands the Sebino peat bog nature reserve, the largest wetland in the province of Brescia.
In this natural paradise it is possible to come across wonderful bird species such as the purple heron and the marsh harrier.
THE LAKE OF COMO
Defined as voluptuous by Stendhal, Lake Como has fascinated visitors from all over the world for centuries, attracted by its flowering parks, dense woods and pleasant villages that rise on its banks.
You will be enchanted by the magnificent villas and lush gardens. If you love flowers, plan a visit to the botanical garden of Villa Carlotta, which welcomes visitors in the spring months with its azalea and rhododendron blooms, while in summer it conquers them with the color of hydrangeas and the scent of roses.
If you like walking, take a relaxing walk on the Greenway that connects Colonno to Cadenabbia.
With its charming villages and unspoiled landscapes, Lake Idro, in the province of Brescia, is the ideal location for a regenerating holiday based on sport and relaxation.
You can relax on the gravel and gravel beaches and practice various sports such as sailing, windsurfing, cycling, trekking and climbing in the Small Brescian Dolomites.
The villages overlooking the lake are certainly worth a visit; among these Idro, an enchanting village divided into the six hamlets of Pieve Vecchia, Lemprato, Crone, Vesta, Vantone and Tre Capitelli.