4th largest Italian lake, Lake Trasimeno includes the 3 characteristic islands: Polvese, Isola Minore and Maggiore …
A 128 km2 stretch of water, surrounded by the surrounding countryside that surrounds it as if the stands of a natural amphitheater made up of low hills and cultivated fields. The three islets that rise from the lake are also worth a visit: the Polvese island, declared a scientific-educational park; Isola Maggiore, with its paths that wind through dense vegetation made up of olive trees, holm oaks, pines, cypresses and poplars; the Minor island, also covered by dense vegetation and inhabited by a large and numerous colony of cormorants.
In the area of Lake Trasimeno there is a large number of picturesque towns and ancient villages, such as Castiglione sul Lago: built on a rocky promontory, an ideal area for practicing activities such as windsurfing and water skiing, and its monuments represent a sort of historical path through Middle Ages and Renaissance.
Or like Passignano sul Trasimeno, an ancient village still surrounded by its medieval walls, where the church of the Madonna dei Miracoli is located. among the villages to see on Lake Trasimeno, there is also Città della Pieve, perched on its hill from which you can enjoy the view of the entire surrounding area.