Rooms and apartments in a farmhouse to discover the territory.


Franciacorta is a morenic amphiteatre which stretches south of the Iseo Lake. The hilly terrain is nowadays full of vineyards, producing mostly the famous “bollicine” Franciacorta (sparkling wine). A tour of the wineries in Franciacorta will allow you to taste the most renowned wines such as Barone Pizzini and Bellavista, or discover smaller wine companies founded out of the same love and passion for this land. You can also go discover the lesser-known small wine producers who have nothing to envy companies that have made the history of this wine and territory.


The eastern side of Lake Iseo is rich in small villages to discover slowly, such as Sale Marasino, Zone, Sulzano, Pisogne, Paratico, Marone, Iseo, Clusane di Iseo. Iseo is the closest to Cascina Rossano and it’s a small medieval village with a wonderful square and, not to be missed, the Oldofreddi Castle. Chiesa di Santa Maria della Neve featuring Romanino’s ancient frescoes is a church worth visiting in Pisogne. When in Sulzano you should get lost among the alleys of its village and make a stop for a refreshing break on the small beach. Sports enthusiasts should not miss the Vello-Toline cycling path, a 4 km long scenic route overlooking the lake and passing through many ancient tunnels.


Monte Isola is the pearl of Lake Iseo and it’s the largest lake island of the South Central Europe. Its shape seems to have inspired Dante in writing the Inferno of “Divina Commedia”. Described as one of the most beautiful villages in Italy, it’s just a few minutes by ferry departing from many different locations on the eastern side of the lake. When landed in Peschiera Maraglio you’ll be able to rent a bicycle which is the easiest way to visit the entire island and all its hamlets, but you can always have a pleasant walking tour.

Torbiere del Sebino
Natural Reserve

Torbiere del Sebino natural reserve in Provaglio d’Iseo is the truly natural jewel of Lake Iseo. It’s no less than the most significant humid area in the province or Brescia, considering its extension and ecological relevance. The 360 hectares of swamp reeds and ponds populated by protected wildlife annually attract visitors from all over the province, especially when the autumnal orange and brown hues turn the landscape in a fairy-tale place. You can have a walk along the 4 km long path through small wooden bridges suspended above the water while enjoying the view on Monastero di San Pietro in Lamosa dating back to the 11th century.

“ La struttura è situata in zona molto tranquilla dalla quale è possibile raggiungere le numerose cantine dislocate sul territorio nonchè il lago. Camera e bagno molto puliti. Colazione veramente ottima con prodotti genuini. „


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