Lake Iseo is the least known of Italy's northern lakes. Nestled in the foothills of the Alps it offers visitors a little bit of everything, from climbing and sailing to culture and history with no shortage of great food, wine and tranquillity.
Lake Iseo and the surrounding mountains have something for everyone. Activities include sailing, climbing, cycling, wakeboarding and much more.
See Southern Europe's largest inhabited Lake Island by boat. We tell the story of the two mini islands San Paolo and Loreto that like either side of the main island.
Take a guided tour around the vineyards of Franciacorta by bicycle. See how the third DOC wine (after Champagne and Cava) is made and tastes!
Whether you just want a taste or your a keen to find a little known vintage to show to friends back home we can help you find just what you are looking for.
Lombardy's unique cuisine is varied and includes game, lake fish and speciality cured meats. The area's restaurants offer something for all tastes.
Iseo and its sister town Sarnico have some excellent bars. For those looking for nightlife there are a number of spots in Brescia and Bergamo that are well worth visiting.
Lake Iseo is within easy reach of a number of airports. Milan Bergamo is only 40min away. The main A4 motorway that joins Milan and Venice is only 20min away.
Bergamo and Verona are less than an hour away as are some of the best ski resorts in the Italian Alps. The Iseo area has a rich history and many places to visit.
There is both a summer and winter high season although Lake Iseo never feels overcrowded. There is much to do the whole year round. Each month has its highlights.
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