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Beautiful winding roads around the lake. Fabulous views every way. We found a pull in and walked down a track to the lake side. A wild swim in the beautiful waters with the stunning scenery all around you. It doesn’t get much better than that....More
Came here a couple of times 3 years ago when our boys were 4 and 6. Since then, they have asked every year to go back. Which we did this year. (08/08/17). We stay in the Ascoli Piceno region when we come to Italy so...More
I visited friends who lived in Tern Italy. They drove me to this place. Took us a couple of hours. The drive was amazing. It was hot and we wanted somewhere to picnic and bathe while they showed me the country side of Italy. we...More
We arrived just before lunch time with a 7, 4 and 2 year old. It was our first visit. After a walk around the area of the public toilets we made our way down to the shingle beach. The kids loved a cool swim in...More
Great views, curves and more curves and good road. Italy is so well known for good food and wine and the tourist hotspots on the global map, but the centre of Italy has glorious mountains with stunning views and little traffic. Lago di fiastra is...More
Attractive lake set in the stunning Sibillini Mountains National Park. We visited out of season and enjoyed a peaceful lake side walk. Driving to the far side of the lake gives you a great hill top panorama. We even saw a wolf with a recently...More
The lake is beautiful, very clean and had a pleasant temperature during our stay in July and August. There is well enough space around the lake to quietly relax on its grass-beach, under the many trees or in the sun, even on the busier weekends....More
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The lake is 87 metres deep at the deepest point. The shores are quite steep, so after 4-5 metres you will not be able to stand in the water anymore. The access from the beaches is easy and child friendly though, while canoes... More
The lake is 87 metres deep at the deepest point. The shores are quite steep, so after 4-5 metres you will not be able to stand in the water anymore. The access from the beaches is easy and child friendly though, while canoes and other activities have still plenty of space on the rest of the lake.