Holiday house - Lake Iseo
The apartments are on the hill of Riva di Solto - Zorzino village, are the ideal holiday accommodation not only to explore Lake Iseo, Montisola and the pre-Alps of Bergamo but also to spend a relaxing holiday.
The apartments are tastefully furnished to offer every possible comfort.
Each apartment can accommodate up to 4 people and is an ideal location for a family (couple with children), the two apartments can be rented together.
Each has a living-dining room with sofa, new kitchen complete with utensils for daily use, bathroom with shower and two bedrooms, private balcony and garden in common.
In addition, each has its own entrance.
From the apartments you can easily reach the local market / bakery, the butchers’ and restaurants.
The holiday house is situated in Riva di Solto (Bergamo) by the Lake Iseo and it provides a spectacular view as well as tranquillity.
Riva di Solto is close to the cities of Bergamo and Brescia, both of which are important centres, rich in history and with plenty of culture.
Near the Riva di Solto village there are various attractions available in each time of the year and to adapt them to your own, your family’s or your friends’ desires.
For people loving sports, there is a variety of activities to be done on the lake, such as sailing, windsurfing, wakeboarding, kayaking or rowing. Furthermore, there is the opportunity to enjoy winter sports in the nearby skiing areas. There are also facilities for playing tennis, soccer, volleyball, basketball or for swimming, etc...
If you enjoy outdoors activities, you can go on excursions either by walking, horseback-riding or mountainbiking in the hills or in the foorhills of the Alps. A visit to one of the following sights is also worthwile: Valle del Freddo, the turf fields of Sebino, the Pyramids of Zone. You could also go on a boat-trip on the Lake Iseo and go to the splendid Montisola, the largest island of all European lakes.
In respect of culture, we recommend a visit to the Accademia Tadini in Lovere, to the rockpainting in the Valley of Camonica, to Pis
ogne with its frescos of Romanino, to Trescore with frescos of Lotto. Also the cities of Bergamo and Brescia offer a whole variety of important artisitc, historical and architectural objects of interest.
Last but not least, there are guides to the culinary art as well, including wine and the Italian cuisine, that direct you to the renowned products of the Franciacorta region and the Valley of Calepio.