Sail around Lake Iseo with an instructor. The feeling of the wind against your skin, the intense blues of the water and the thrill of sailing a boat will make this an unforgettable day. If you need transport to the meeting point our shuttle is available.
Lake Iseo is set into the end of the Camonica valley in the heart of the Lombard Alpine foothills, the watershed between Bergamo and Brescia provinces. On clear days you can see Mt Adamello from its Northern edge while to the south the Alpine foothills drop gently down to the Franciacorta wine area. Inside the lake is Monte Isola, Italy's largest lake island and seat of The Floating Piers cultural event by artist Christo in 2016. You initially sail towards imposing Corno del Trentapassi, Lake Iseo's symbol mountain. Once you've got used to the boat, we'll start sailing close to the wind in the direction of Monte Isola. You can try your hand at the helm, adjust the sails and learn seafarer's knots. Obviously, if you prefer you can simply relax, sunbathe and dive into the lake's cool waters.
Bergamo boasts a millenary history, dating back to the VI century BC. It distinguishes between the Città Alta, lying on the hills, and the lower part that develops instead towards the plain. Its province ranges from 3000m of the peaks of the Orobic Alps to the medieval villages of the plain. Bergamo offers a variety of experiences able to satisfy every type of need, boasting both a rich historical architectural heritage and natural and landscape heritage. Come with us to discover this masterpiece.Read more