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We walked half way around the lake to day and had views from very high. It’s a very beautiful and scenic area. On our arrival in Bolsena we went down to the lakes edge and there was a lot of activity at the lake. We...More
An amazing lake, located in an area filled with lakes, this one is by far one of the most beautiful. We passed by on our hike along the Via Francigena It has atypical volcanic character, with steep hillsides surrounding it and an extremely perfect climate,...More
Beautiful lake. In the crator of a old vulcano. There are many places where you can sit. Whe choose for a little beach with a couple of bars. The water is not cold and clear: you can see fish swimming. You have a beautifull view...More
First visit to Bolsena and we enjoyed every minute of our one week stay! Nice beach on the lakeshore, food and beverages all around at very decent prices. Hotels right on the boardwalk. Weather was fantastic in July. Festivities all week through. We went sailing...More
Great place to spend the holiday. Good water to swim and many things to do and see in the region. Beautifull villages such as Bolsena, Orviëto, Monte Fiascone and unesco world herritage towns Pitligiano, Sorano, Sorena and Civita di Bagnoregio. Great restaurants and very nice...More
This was an unplanned, unexpected joy. Lago di Bolsena is the town and the lake - "the largest volcanic caldera lake in Italy" as at least five people proudly told us. The town is quiet except in mid-summer (we were there in late September), so...More