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TRex81 wrote a review Mar 2020
Milan, Italy44 contributions7 helpful votes
if you expected to see the lake I am afraid that you have to wait one years as there is no lake .. unfortunately they are removing the sands from the bottom of the lake.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Soapman of Bubbles OH LA LA wrote a review Nov 2019
2 contributions1 helpful vote
forDget the Italian Riviera, Firstly too Crowed, Secondly can you say "EXPENSIVE" Forget all that mess and come to this quaint little village in the center of the Dolomites. Beside getting in touch with Mother Nature - Breath taking - there are some very special restaurants around the immediate area. Polenta - a Major Speciality is available at all restaurants....so for those of you that had "NONNAs" and remember that wooden Polenta Paddle, this is a must. I have read that someone wanted to know if you can go swimming here of course you can, as well as kayaking, paddle boating and sailing as long as you use sail or electric motor. Can you imagine bathing in Crystal Clear Pure Mountain Water - talking about a Healing or SPA Treatment. Now mind you, I am from there - American Italian, and am planning on retiring there due to all the ammenities for example one of the best Cancer Centers of Europe is located in Aviano, Venice is 1 hour ride and the Airport of Trevisio is just over 1 hour away. Coming from Upstate New York - this is a treasure. So take a look, come on over and be Surprise by this Treasure of the Dolomites. Enjoy.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Carlstan2 wrote a review Nov 2019
5 contributions6 helpful votes
Beautiful and as yet unspoilt Lago di Barcis sits at the gateway to the dolomites. Emerging from the series of tunnels which lead to the area one feels ones spirits lift as you take in the amazing colours and views of the lake with its mountain range backdrop. Although the village is small it contains a variety of cafes/bars and restaurants some of which have seasonal opening times but even out of season there remain a range of interesting places to get a drink or have a meal. As with most places in Friuli the food is delicious generous and very reasonable in price - similarly the wine. Clearly one of the main attractions of the area is the access it provides to the countryside and as Barcis sits in a National Park it is possible to take numerous trails from the village into the mountains if this is your thing - however it is also a good place to just enjoy the view and relax if you don't feel like doing anything strenuous! During the Summer season and into Autumn there are various free activities such as exhibitions and shows in the village so it is worth checking what (if anything) is on during the period you intend to visit.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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leos462 wrote a review Jul 2019
London, United Kingdom102 contributions12 helpful votes
Visited this place with friends to do a kayak. Absolute stunning view covered by mountain and nature. There is a cave which you can visit by kayak or tour.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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R H wrote a review May 2019
Province of Pordenone, Italy6 contributions6 helpful votes
Have visited the Lake Barcis area 4 or 5 times. Most attractions are outdoors. It has a small town, nice restaurants, many nice hiking trails, a-train that tours you through the town and surrounding areas. There is a beautiful canyon tour. The lake and views are gorgeous. All around its a nice day or weekend getaway. There is a nice park and playground for the kiddos. Prices are very reasonable. Great photo opportunities abound.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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