This is Italy’s fourth largest lake, and a designated natural park. There are several towns around the lake offering restaurants and public beaches. Boat trips go out on the lake and you can try water sports such as kayaking, motor boating and sailing. There is a lovely seaside atmosphere in these towns and quite a few festivals around the lake over the summer months.
The villages in the hills surrounding the lake are also nice to tour around. In the south-east corner, there is a wetlands reserve with wooden walkways and hides from which to spot the migratory birds which come here. And just south of the lake is a water park which the children will be sure to enjoy.