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Make your dream into a reality. An amazing adventure awaits you in Lombardy, Italy! Be surprised by the good cuisine and marvelous landscape of northern Italy. Be captivated by the magical Lake Iseo, relax, and experience a world class wine tasting. This holiday is just what you need; a break from the hustle and bustle of the city. Cook delicious Italian meals and delight your family and friends when you get home. Learn the secrets of Italian cuisine from an experienced chef.
The writer Alessandro Manzoni and many other praised the water of Boario which is famous all over Italy. Marketed since the early 1900s, the waters gush from four springs in the modern resort situated in a park of over 140.000 square meters. Luine Park is well worth a visit for the first rock engravings of the valley. Lake Moro is very beautiful with its charming village of Capodilago.
An area of gentle hills covered with vineyards, medieval towers and patrician villas. It lies in a sunny hollow to the south of Lake Iseo and has been dedicated to wine-making since the Romans started to cultivate the vine. Heirs of the tradition, today's wine-makers produce high-quality wines, the most famous being "Franciacorta", the king of Italian sparkling wines.
Every lake is a world of its own and Lake Iseo is one of the most charming and romantic because of its changing moods, its amphitheatre of surrounding mountains, and its central island, Monte Isola (the largest lake island in Europe) which rises green out of the lake's deep, blue waters. It is easily reached by ferry and no cars are allowed. In just a few minutes the boat arrives at the pretty fishing villages which have maintained their charm.
Golf breaks: Golf Hotel Paradiso is dedicated not only to all the guests who want to concentrate on playing golf, but even those who want to relax. Not too far away, in this elegant and demanding atmosphere, you will be satisfied by the green oasis, desire of sport, peace, wellness, and appetizing food. The Golf Hotel Paradiso is next to the Club House of Golf Club Paradiso del Garda, our 18-hole golf course winding up and down a 800,000 square meter estate, comprised of a driving range and putting green, together with a 4-hole Golf Academy.
Shop until you drop: The Outlet Village is located in the heart of Franciacorta, the prestigious wine-growing area well-known for its famous sparkling wines. The special outlet formula makes it the perfect destination for quality shopping at convenient prices. Find exactly what you are looking for in the 160 outlet stores dedicated to the best italian and international fashion brands with real discounts of up to 70%. A stylish environment in which to buy clothing, accessories, household linen, shoes and much more. Extensive open spaces, bars, restaurants, ice-cream parlors and a play area to keep the kids entertained. Open 7 days a week!
Ski Breaks in Lombardy: Montecampione is a modern ski resort in Lombardy- Italy, facing Lake Iseo, only 15 kilometers from Boario Terme, and 50 minutes from Milan Orio al Serio airport. Over 40 kilometers of ski slopes from 1200 to 2000 meters above sea level with fine views. 25 kilometers of which are covered with programmed artificial snow system from December to April. Be rest assured, either beginner or professional, the possibility of skiing is endless. In Montecampione you can find ski schools, ski rentals, restaurants and bars on the slopes, ice-rink, shops, and first aid station.
Visit Capodiponte: Valcamonica has the highest concentration of rock engravings in the world. They tell the story of this valley over a period of 10,000 years from Paleolithic to Roman times. They are unique in that the story of the Camuni tribes is continuous from primitive tribes of hunters to a people more or less assimilated into the Roman World. For generations the Camuni carved their symbols of everyday life, hunting, war, religious and propitious rites onto rocks to document their history.