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Iseo Lake - Gigi's house -dubleroom


Iseo Lake - Gigi's house -dubleroom

2 guests
1 bedroom
1 bed
1 shared bath
2 guests
1 bedroom
1 bed
1 shared bath
BreakfastThis is one of few homes in this area that has this feature.

The space

Apartment by the lake with a big terrace

Apartment by the lake with kitchen, dining room, living room, double bedroom and bathroom with shower and a big terrace provided with a shed, a sun deck and table and chairs to enjoy lunch outside.
Rooms are spacious, bright and cool. The village is called “il paese dell’Ora” due to the cool breeze that blows every afternoon to cool down the summer heat.
Two mountain bikes are available to rent: €5 per day.
The perfect location only 50 metres from the lake shore will allow pleasant walks or bike rides along the well equipped port of the village (benches, picnic tables, fishermen areas and lawns to sunbathe) up to the sourrounding villages or along the old scenic route overlooking the lake (see photograph).
A few steps from home you can find the ferry boat station where you can take a ferry to discover Monteisola, the biggest lake island in Europe.

Facilties close to home:
•Bars, restaurants, pizzerias, night clubs
•Supermarkets and the local market (Sunday mornings at Lovere – 3 km)
•Ferry boat station (500 mt)
•Equipped picnic areas and sundecks
•Climbing and mountain treks
•Wellness Centre and Spas: (Website hidden by Airbnb)
•Sports complex with tennis courts, bowling green, soccer field, basketball court, swimming pool with games for children
•Possibility to rent canoes, windsurfs, motorboats and sailing boats on (Website hidden by Airbnb) More infos at home.

The Lake of Iseo offers a multiple choice to personalize your holidays to your taste: you can enjoy the scenery and relax walking and sunbathing enjoying the cool and mild climate and the fresh mountain air.
You are only a few kilometres away from Spa complex Terme di Boario, known for the healing properties of the water: (Website hidden by Airbnb)
You can also explore the surrounding lake scenery by foot, bike, canoe, boat and ferry. Or have fun with sports: tennis, football, basketball, swimming, fishing, diving, birds, squirrel, marmot and ibex-watching along alpine treks or huts within the Adamello National Park.
Twenty minutes drive south you can visit the nature reserve of the lake peat-bogs (Website hidden by Airbnb)

Our local specialties are a must: the famous casoncelli (fresh raviolis filled with meat or vegetables) whose recipe varies from village to village and is handed down from mother to daughter, lake fish (eels, perch, freshwater sardines and much more), duck, game, polenta, mushrooms, chestnuts, local olive oil and the spongada, a typical sweet focaccia.
From May to September many village festivals are dedicated to this local food and the women will turn into cooks for your pleasure only.
Here is a list of some of the main events: (Website hidden by Airbnb)
And don’t forget we are in Franciacorta, where one of the best Italian spumante is produced!
(Website hidden by Airbnb)

Vallecamonica is named after the prehistoric Camuni, first European people to leave trace of their culture on the complex and peculiar petroglyphs found all over the valley, and the area is listed as the first World Heritage Site in Italy.
Such peculiar and fascinating archeology is well illustrated during the guided tours within the educational park where prehistoric life is reconstructed and simulated: (Website hidden by Airbnb)
Although the Roman period has also left important traces (see the beautiful amphitheatre of Cividate Camuno) is the Middle Ages that plays the lead role with its most unique and wonderful legacy. The upper town of Bergamo (Città Alta – 30 km) is the best-preserved medieval town in Europe, with its original walls enclosing a maze of stone paths and houses. Many other well-preserved villages in the valley can well represent the rural medieval architecture, also recalled in historical performances in some folk festival (see the website below).
Art lovers should not miss Romanino’s frescoes in the local churches. He is considered the precursor of Caravaggio and one of the most interesting artist of his era.
(Website hidden by Airbnb)

Some of the battles from the 1st WW were fought along these valleys and touching memories can be seen in local museums or in the trenches digged into the rocks.

For more info about this subject I suggest you visit the following site:
(Website hidden by Airbnb)

Gigi's house hasn't a tv signal, but you can use a tv with a DVD player. But don't worry, you won't miss this lack!


Hair dryer

Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 queen bed

House Rules

Check-in time is 2PM - 12AM (midnight)
Check out by 10AM


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June 2018
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