VISIT LAKE ISEO is an association formed on 12 September 2018 by the 16 coastal municipalities of Lake Iseo, and the Provinces of Brescia and Bergamo. It is now formed by 23 municipalities located on Lake Iseo, including 7 neighbouring hill municipalities, together with the two Provinces.
Immediately operational, VISIT LAKE ISEO has as its mission the coordination of tourism projects aimed at enhancing and promoting the heritage of the territorially concerned municipalities.
More specifically, it deals with the management of the institutional website of the lake www.visitlakeiseo.info and related social media, the creation and printing of information material (distributed at tourist offices and trade fairs) and the reception of Tour Operators and Press , Italian and foreign.
VISIT LAKE ISEO is operating in an extraordinary corner of Northern Italy, in the heart of Lombardy, characterized by a particularly mild climate, rich in resources, which allow a varied and complete tourist offer. For centuries, the environment, nature, art and culture merge on the enchanting shores of Lake Iseo, as well as on the gentle hills designed by long rows of vines, villas and castles, ancient churches, monasteries and abbeys. The oenology is of excellence, just think of the international fame of Franciacorta. Gastronomy ranges from the cuisine of great chefs to the home, with particular attention to local products. The proposals for leisure time are of absolute standard. In addition to the traditional seaside sports such as windsurfing and sailing, there are also sports facilities, beautiful trails for trekking lovers and training routes for bikers. The calendar of events, shows and traditional celebrations is busy in every season. The accommodation offer is varied, from 5-star hotels to campsites, from agritusimo to B & B, from room rentals to holiday apartments, for a total of 15 thousand beds.
The Board of Directors is composed as follows:
Riccardo Venchiarutti – President
Fabio Ghirardelli – vice president
Marisa Zanotti – secretary
Silvia Marzoli – councilor
Daniela Negrinelli – councilor
Roberta Bianchi – councilor