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the village is small and cozy and the lake is just a PARADISE OASIS ! i've never seen clearer water and peaceful atmosphere ! i'm so happy i could go there in a beautiful september sunny day ! i rented a pedalo (10 euro per...More
It was very hot so we didn't really walk around but the main square on the lake is average. Water there was plenty of weeds so we decided to give up a possibly refreshing swim in the lake. Boats are available for rental on site.
On your way from Rome to south Italy make a small sheer and turn to Isola del Liri, Sora, and Lago di Posta Fibreno, all these places are small and beautiful and worth the turn from main road. Drive lengthwise the lake, on the south...More
We have been visiting Posta fibreno for over 10 years now, the village is so beautiful and has many exciting walks for the young and elderly, wildlife is in abundance from many birds, and beavers on the lake , butterflies & bees , olive groves...More
It would be so nice if you can come here in the summer, because the lake water will be crystal clear and you will see the ducks swimming around. Words can't describe the beauty of this place, as you feel totally peaceful and calm in...More
Val di Comino is one and a half hours between Rome and Naples and part lies in the Mianarde mountains. Last thing you expect to find is a beautiful lake, where you can hire paddle boats and learn that Pliny talked about this 2000 years...More
enjoyed looking at various animals from the boat. Pity it was too hot. It must be nice in the spring or autumn when there is more water. Renting a boat for more time would be nice to go more further from the coast and explore...More
This lake is a beautiful area which is a little different from the ususal lakes I would frequent to. For instance this lake is not cool it is SOOO COLD. We swam in the lake which was an experience and yes we did go back...More