San Giulio Island
Discovering the island of San Giulio, only 15 minutes away by boat, offers a true change of scenery. At the arrival, the preserved buildings, such as a baroque cloister and a 900-year-old basilica, stand on this small island like a fortress.
Through a sensory and introspective journey along the ancient houses, the traveller is charmed by the special atmosphere and the breath-taking views of the lake.
Accompanied by a naturalist guide, the guests go on the trails leading to the other villages of the lake. During half a day, the discovery of the typical villages of Egro and Grassona, is a timeless moment focused on the well-being and the discovery of the richness of nature.
An oenological journey to discover the differences between the wines of the wineries of the region. Coming from the Nebbiolo grape variety, and considered as the pearl of Italian grape varieties, it is named in the famous appellations such as Barolo or Barbaresco.
Introduction to photography
Learn how to give movement to a picture through a course with Walter Zerla, famous, among other things, for his photos taken on Italian lakes. One-day apprentices learn how to play with the light and reflection of the calm waters of the lake.