Lake Iseo, also known as Sebino, is the fourth largest lake in the north of Italy, fed by the Oglio river. Lake Iseo retains its natural beauty, with its lush green mountains surrounding the crystal clear lake. Several medieval towns around the lake could be charming to visit and reachable by car or, if you want a particular experience, by a self-drive boat ride or with a regular ferry service.
From where I live, in the north of Italy near Milan, it’s only 1 hour and a half drive, most of all on the highway and only the last but suggestive part on a provincial road: “The Franciacorta Wine Road”.
I left my home quite early in the morning and reach my hotel on the lake almost at midday. The check-in at the Rivalago Hotel has been fast and, also, each operation concerned with the Covid Security has been quick and straightforward. Don’t forget your mask: you will wear it only in the common part of the hotel if you can’t attend 1 meter of distance between you and the other guests. There are also sanitizing gels everywhere in the hotel and the staff is very attentive at your security.
The overall experience at the Rivalago Hotel is fantastic. The atmosphere is delightful, the room is spacious and the view from your junior suite terrace is impressive. And what about drinking at sunset a glass of Franciacorta wine?
In this region you can enjoy a lot of experiences, hiking, sunbathing, swimming…I choose to drive a boat for 2 days to explore the lake: on Sunday there were lots of people but on Monday, yes I decided to retake the boat, we had almost all the lake for us. I took some pictures and drone videos in front of the island of Loreto during the golden hour. So fabulous there, almost alone, fully immersed into the nature, the fresh water, the gentle breeze, the warm sun. This spot was perfect to feel inside the power of the weekend.