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Very nice oasi to visit if you want to see some wildlife, The wodden walking path is well mantained, the only low point is that the hide to see bird are against the sun in the evening/sunset so is not so good to go for...More
Visited the museum and bird hides reached via boardwalk across the marsh Saw many common and rarer species.
For a longer visit take the signposted cycle path which starts beyond the hotel and which follows the edge of the Lago towards the Puccini Villa.
Despite paying €110 for a guide, we only saw saw coots, moorhens, grey heron, buzzard, cormorants, black headed gulls, Cetti's warbler, great crested grebe, manky mallard ... Pathetic ! Armed with a bit more information, I discover that the lake is polluted from chemical run-off...More
We took our 4 and 2 year old here and to the roman ruins next door. They loved watching the fish and birds and the opportunity to have a run around. We walked through the little museum (two rooms in a house) and the guide...More
Very nice place, quiet and nature all around the lake. Natural passage of several species of birds, it's present an LIPU oasis with possibility of giuded tours. Historical roman site with the rest of an ancient Roman Villa.
On the Internet we have seen pictures of that nature and we were excited. Yes, the photos do not lie and it's really beautiful. But the whole journey takes about twenty minutes, maybe few minutes longer. But since the entire trail written only in Italian,...More
Living "next door", I visit the lake on a weekly basis. The WWF oasis has done really a great job on the boardwalks allowing you to walk just up to the edge of the lake and hidden in observer huts you can watch the wildlife...More